HOW WOULD YOU SPEND YOUR £10,000 WINNINGS?
Playing our annual Superdraw is your chance to win a fantastic £10,000 prize — all while creating a world where everyone’s a winner.
For one week only, our Weekly Lottery’s £1,000 top prize becomes an amazing £10,000! This year, the Superdraw will be held on Friday 28 September, and we’ll be giving away 15 great prizes including our top prize of £10,000.
If you are a Weekly Lottery player you’ll be automatically entered into the Superdraw with your weekly entries, but you can also boost your chances of winning by buying extra plays.
If you’re not in the draw yet – enter today! Entries are just £1, and with each one you could help people all over the world win their fight for human rights.
Get your Amnesty Superdraw tickets now for your chance to win amazing prizes!
|4th Prize||£25 x 2|
|5th Prize||£10 x 10|
WE CAN WIN FOR HUMAN RIGHTS!
Play our Superdraw and help create a world where everyone’s a winner. Your entries will help support the fight against human rights violations worldwide. When we stand together and campaign, we can win for people like Eskinder.
In 2011, Eskinder Nega was arrested under terrorism charges and thrown into an Ethiopian jail. His crime? Writing an editorial about democratic protest. Thousands of Amnesty supporters demanded his freedom until his release earlier this year.
“Thanks Amnesty International. I am honoured to have been deemed worthy of your support.”
I WON THE SUPERDRAW
AND HELPED AMNESTY WIN HUMAN RIGHTS VICTORIES AROUND THE WORLD
When Jay Mackinnon won the Superdraw, she used her £10,000 to pay for her dream wedding.
“It was such a marvellous surprise to win the Superdraw — especially as I was planning my wedding. It helped us out so much.
I take part in the weekly lottery as I have faith that it must generate more money for Amnesty than is distributed in prizes and is a light-hearted way of giving a little extra money.
I support Amnesty more than any other charity I’ve directly benefitted from because your work in defence of human rights is fundamentally essential. The defence of human rights underpins everything else worthwhile that we collectively try to do.”
|Amnesty International (UK Section) Charitable Trust is licensed with the Gambling Commission to operate this lottery, under licence number 4969. View our Gambling Commission licence.|
|No under 18s allowed to enter.|
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|All lottery entries will support Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust, a charity registered with the Fundraising Regulator and committed to good fundraising practice.|