PLAY THE AMNESTY WEEKLY LOTTERY
YOU COULD WIN £10,000 AND HELP HUMANITY WIN TOO
£1 is all it takes to enter the Amnesty Weekly Lottery. And you could turn that £1 into £1,000, or even £10,000 in our annual Superdraw!
That could mean a dream holiday, a new car or a chance to treat your nearest and dearest. And by taking part, you’ll also be standing up for people around the world who are denied freedom and justice.
You could help someone like Tran Thi Nga. She was unfairly imprisoned in Vietnam in 2017 and sentenced to nine years in prison. But thanks to people like you, we campaigned for her release and reunited her with her young sons in 2020.
Enter the Amnesty Weekly Lottery today! You could win a cash prize and freedom for more people like Tran Thi.
GUARANTEED CASH PRIZES EVERY WEEK
|4th prizes||£25 x2|
|5th prizes||£10 x10|
and an annual Superdraw prize of
Last year, proceeds from the Amnesty Weekly Lottery (including the Superdraw) totalled £353,486! We spent 63% of that on human rights work and raising further funds, 22% on prizes and 16% on running the lottery.
With 780 prizes up for grabs in total in 2020, we estimate that approximately 11% of players will win a prize this year.
|The Amnesty Weekly Lottery and Amnesty Superdraw are promoted by Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust, a registered charity in England and Wales (1051681) and Scotland (SC039534). Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4969. www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk|
|You must be aged 18 or over to enter this lottery. It is a criminal offence for anyone under 16 years of age to play.|
|We are committed to promoting responsible gambling. For information and support for those affected by problem gambling, visit BeGambleAware or call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133. Lines are open 8.00am to midnight.|
|Proceeds from this lottery will 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.|