Thank you so much to everyone who played our Christmas Raffle - you helped fund life-saving breast cancer research.
We are so grateful you played the Christmas Raffle – you are helping fund life-saving breast cancer research. We wouldn’t be able to carry our work without supporters like you! “Thank you”.
Were you a raffle winner?
Find out of you were one of our lucky Christmas raffle winners!
For those of you who didn’t win, we are really sorry you didn’t win on this occasion, however we do have more ways for you to support our work and be in with a chance of a prize; by joining our weekly Pink Ribbon Lottery.
For the winners, we are delighted you scooped a prize for this raffle and we’d love to invite you to win again, while supporting our work, by joining our weekly Pink Ribbon Lottery.
What is the Pink Ribbon Lottery and how do I play?
The Pink Ribbon Lottery is Breast Cancer Now’s weekly lottery. For just £1 a week you can be in with the chance of winning one of 18 cash prizes, every Friday!
- Top prize of £1,000
- Second prize of £250
- Third prize of £100
- 15 runners up prizes of £10
Our lottery is a fun way for us to raise vital funds to keep funding our cutting-edge breast cancer research. When you sign up to the Pink Ribbon Lottery you are given a unique number, which will be yours for as long as you play with us. The draw takes place every Friday and by signing up and paying your £1 each week, you never miss your chance to win £1,000 every week!
To enter the Pink Ribbon Lottery you must be aged 16 or over and live in Great Britain.
Please use the following links to find information on the terms and conditions for playing the Pink Ribbon Lottery, our policies on responsible gambling and details on how to make a complaint:
Contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone 01524 753 248.
The Pink Ribbon Lottery is promoted by Delyth Morgan, Breast Cancer Now, Ibex House 42-47 Minories, London, EC3N 1DY. Breast Cancer Now is licenced by the Gambling Commission to operate the lottery under the Gambling Act 2005.