Be in it to win it with Mencap!
Win big and feel super proud of the difference you will make!
The deadline for entries is 30th June 2021 so don’t delay, get your tickets today.
What would you do with £8,000 cash?
All prizes must be won!
1st prize: £8,000 cash or a brand new car, the choice is yours!
2nd prize: £1,000 cash
3rd prize: £200 cash
Runner up prizes:
5 x £50 cash prizes
1 x £25 in our fast reply draw
Draw will be made on: 7th July 2021
Sign up and play the Mencap Weekly Lottery and be in with a chance to win cash prizes every week!
Read our rules, policies and advice
Take a look at the Mencap Lottery & Raffle rules, as well as responsible gambling advice, our fairness and openness policy and complaints policy.
You might find it useful to take a look at these before you start playing.
Every ticket makes a difference!
Entering our Super Spring raffle means so much to the people with a learning disability and their families who we support.
There are 1.5 million people with a learning disability in the UK. From early years support, to help with finding a job, a place to live, or making friends and finding a relationship – by supporting Mencap you are enabling people with a learning disability to live life as they choose, which is an amazing gift.
So don’t delay, play today!
Need Help? Call 0330 123 9880 or email: email@example.com
In 2020/2021 we raised £119,000 through our raffles of which 30.6% was spent on the good cause, 33.5% on prizes and 35.9% on admin expenses. In 2021/22 we aim to raise £165,000.
The Mencap Raffle is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission.
Licence number: 20259
Must be 18 or over to play. Underage gambling is an offence.
£1 per entry.
Responsible persons: Danielle Willams.
Promoter: Royal Mencap Society, Concordia House, 123 Golden Lane, London EC1Y 0RT Charity number 222377 (England & Wales); SC041079 (Scotland). Find out more about us,
If you are concerned about the amount you are gambling please call 0330 123 9880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a self exclusion form.