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Age UK Lottery & Raffle

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Age UK Weekly Lottery

With a top prize of £25,000, the Age UK Lottery gives you the chance to win life-changing prizes.

For just £1 a week, you could win between £10 and £2,000, with 1,000 winners announced weekly. You also get the chance to win big because 4 times a year you’re automatically entered into our Superdraw. Here, 5,000 lucky players win anything from £10 to the top prize of £25,000.

For every £1 spent on the weekly lottery, 56p^ goes directly to the charity, helping to support Age UK’s services. This is a bigger amount in the pound than many other large nationwide lotteries, such as the National Lottery and the Health Lottery, pay to their charitable causes.

Help support Age UK’s vital support services

Thanks to your support, the Age UK Lottery makes a real difference in the day-to-day lives of thousands of older people across the country. It has helped to raise over £51m* since 2005, funding all kinds of services for older people. This includes offering information and advice on a wide range of topics as well as providing regular lunch clubs and transport options for people who feel isolated in later life.

By playing the Age UK Weekly Lottery, you help the charity to support older people throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. For just £1 a week, you also have the chance of winning £25,000 in the process. So, what are you waiting for? Get involved today!

^Based on 2018 Gambling Commission Lottery Submissions

*Source: Age UK Jan 2005 – Nov 2019

Age UK, Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA, registered charity in England and Wales (1128267), wholly owns three subsidiary companies, each of which promotes a society lottery to raise funds to support different areas of Age UK’s work for older people.

The three subsidiary companies, all registered at 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA and also known as ‘Promoters’, are each licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk):

Age UK Information and Advice Lottery CIC Registered Company No.11335248, is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 52373; provides funding for information, advice and related services provided by Age UK and local Age UKs for older people in the UK

Age UK Local Programmes Lottery CIC Registered Company No.11335613, is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 52413; provides funding for local programmes to assist older people – i.e. the work of local Age UKs.

Age UK Education and Research Lottery CIC Registered Company No.11372685, is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 52417; provides funding for research activities that advance education in relation to issues affecting older people in the UK.

The responsible person for all Promoters is: Steph Harland, who can be contacted at the above address.

£1 per entry. You must be 18 or over to enter. Entries not to be sold to or by anyone under 18 years of age. All proceeds from the Age UK Weekly Lottery go to the relevant Promoter and all profits are donated to Age UK.

All the money from each Lottery ticket goes to that months designated area of support (Information and Advice, Local Programmes and Education and Research) the Age UK Charity then allocates the profits from these lotteries against that months area of support.

The % of proceeds raised and declared as profit from each of the society lotteries promoted in 2019 by each of the three subsidiaries and the likelihood of winning a prize, can be found on the Society Lotteries web page.

Take part in Age UK's Lottery and Raffle and support the care of people across the UK in later life. Find out more about our £25,000 prize and get involved today! ]]>