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Did you know you can stand up for human rights and win a cash prize at the same time?
Lotteries and raffles are a fun way to support Amnesty International UK. Play today and you could soon be the lucky winner of a cash prize. You’ll also be helping to make the world safer and fairer for all of us. What’s not to love?
Find out more about the Amnesty Weekly Lottery and Amnesty Raffles below.
Just £1 a week is all it takes to enter the Amnesty Weekly Lottery. And you could turn your £1 into £1,000, or even £10,000 in our annual Superdraw! That could mean home improvements, a hard-earned holiday, or treats for your nearest and dearest.
By taking part, you’ll stand up for people around the world who are denied freedom and justice. And you’ll give yourself the chance to win one of 15 cash prizes every single Friday! Sign up today or find out more.
Our raffles are a brilliant way to support human rights and have your chance at winning cash and other prizes. We run two or three raffles a year with top prizes of up to £5,000! Tickets are just £2 each.
Check out our latest raffle to find out more and see what you could win!
Our terms and conditions state that you must be aged 18 or over to enter the Amnesty Weekly Lottery or Amnesty Raffles. It is a criminal offence for anyone under 16 years of age to play.
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Proceeds from our lotteries and raffles support the human rights work of Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust, a charity registered with the Fundraising Regulator and committed to good fundraising practice.