Entering online by Direct Debit is easy and you’ll be helping to save young lives
Also, by playing every week, you’ll automatically be entered to the Super Draw – one entry for each weekly children’s lottery ticket, and into our two Super Draws each year, for the chance to win £25,000 or one of the many other wonderful prizes.
My lottery is a brilliant way to support our life-saving work while giving you the opportunity to win fantastic cash prizes. £1 a week entry will help to save lives; you could double your chances to win for £2. Enter online now by Direct Debit to ensure that you never miss a draw.
Linda Robson (Trustee)
*by playing every week, you'll automatically be entered to the Super Draw - one entry for each weekly lottery ticket!
Taking part in the Children with Cancer UK Weekly Lottery couldn’t be easier. Just follow the simple instructions below for your chance to win one of these cash prizes:
Choose the number of entries you would like and enter your personal details and your Direct Debit details
Review your entry details on the Summary page and click ‘Complete’
That’s it – you’re entered! We’ll send you a letter out in the post confirming your entry to our Weekly Lottery including your lucky lottery number(s)
If you are one of our lucky winners, we will contact you within two weeks of the draw date
Current players of our weekly lottery will automatically be transferred to Linda’s Lottery, there is no need to sign up again or contact us.
You must be at least 16 years or older to enter.
If you have any questions, or would like to find out about other ways to enter, then please get in touch by calling 01628 201 282 or emailing email@example.com
The draw takes place every Friday and the results are published on the same day. If you are a lucky winner, you will be sent your cheque in the post within two weeks.
If you have any questions about your lottery numbers or prize money, please call 01628 201 282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your entry every week could help find a cure for childhood cancers.
Eva was 18 months when she was diagnosed with Wilms’ Tumour, a type of kidney cancer.
Tests and scans confirmed that Eva had a Wilms’ Tumour and Eva’s life changed forever. We have seen how Eva’s treatment has been specifically tailored to her individual circumstances with the consultants offering Eva new and experimental treatments. She has been so very brave, full of smiles and laughter. She has been nicknamed ‘Eva the Brave’ and we are so proud of her.
Eva’s mum, RebeccaRead Eva's Story
could help fund vital life-saving new research projects to find cures for childhood cancers
could help fund innovative new welfare projects to provide better care and practical support for children with cancer
could help save young lives through funding essential research into better treatments of childhood cancer to increase survival rates
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