Give and Win Voluntary is an online fundraising lottery set up to help charities and voluntary organisations thrive.

Players can win cash prizes in weekly draws AND raise much-needed funds for their local charity in the process. See Lottery Rules.

    • Prizes:
      • Six Number Match you and your chosen charity can win £25 000 each!
      • Five Number Match £1 000.
      • Four Number Match £100.
      • Three Number Match 3 free Tickets.
      • Plus a  guaranteed monthly Bonus Draw of £1000!
    • Players buy tickets online for £1 each, players can buy as many tickets as they want and can either play once, or set up a recurring monthly credit or debit card payment.
    • When paying for their tickets online, players are asked to select which charity they would like their ticket proceeds to go to. Charities get 50p of every £1 ticket sold.
    • Players are asked to select their chosen charity from a drop-down list. Charity must register to appear in this list. The organisation administrator just needs to set up a personalised online fundraising page.
    • The Give and Win Voluntary lottery draw takes place every week. All entries purchased prior to Friday 17:00 hours will be placed in the draw the following day. The Draw process is based upon the results of the first six digits of German’s Spiel 77 lottery which is drawn every Saturday at 18:45 CET and the results are published on the website ( Winners will be notified by email if they have won a cash prize.
    • Charities receive any proceeds from tickets sales on a monthly basis , after each draw takes place.
ìLotteries are a proven and effective method of fundraising, but in order to succeed they tend to require a considerable commitment in time and resources. Give and Win is changing that by removing the licensing and infrastructure burdens, allowing our members to raise much-needed funds without the
hassle.îRichard Williams, Director of Innovation, NCVO

Why not support your local charity?

You could win a fantastic prize and help cement your local charities future