Play today and help make sure every child survives.

For just £1, you can buy a ticket for you chance to win £25,000 whilst giving hope to children with cancer. Every ticket you buy will help fund vital research into more effective cancer treatments for every child.

Every Grand Draw has over 100 cash prizes. Don’t miss out – enter today for your chance to be a lucky winner. Best of luck!

UPCOMING DRAW

The Summer Grand Draw closes on:

4th September
2020

£25,000
top prize

Over 100
prizes every day

Only £1
per play

You could win £25,000

By entering the Summer Grand Draw, you have the chance to win one of our guaranteed cash prizes – including a top prize of £25,000. It’s an amazing opportunity to have some fun and raise vital funds to help make sure every child with cancer gets to ring the end of treatment bell and go home with their families.

Simply choose how many tickets you would like to buy and you’re all set to go. Best of luck!

£25,000 1st prize,
£4,000 2nd prize,
£1,000 3rd prize,
£10 100 runners-up prizes

The biggest win of all

Whenever a child rings the end of treatment bell, it means they’ve finished their cancer treatment.

Every time you play for £1, you’ll help make wonderful moments like this possible. Money raised from our Weekly Winners Lottery is invested in specialist research to help save children’s lives, as well as welfare projects that support families affected by childhood cancer.

Since 1988, we’ve raised over £230 million for vital research into childhood cancers and better facilities for families. Now, with your help, even more children with cancer will ring the end of treatment bell.

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