Thanks to amazing lottery and raffle players like you, we’re able to deliver life-changing support to stroke survivors and their families, helping to rebuild lives after stroke.

We value your support, so we want you to know how the prizes and proceeds of our lottery and raffle work.

Lottery

In 2021, after paying out prize money and running costs, the Stroke Association received 75p or 75% from every £1 spent in our lottery.

We gave away 16% in prize money and spent 9% on the administration of the draw.

Supporters had a 1 in 358 chance of winning a prize.

Raffle

During the 12 months ending 30 September 2021, 66p from every £1 ticket spent in our raffles went to help support the vital work of the Stroke Association. 12p was given away in prizes and 22p was spent on running the draw.

All winners are randomly selected, with the first ticket number selected receiving the first prize, the second ticket number selected winning the second prize and so on.

In our Summer Raffle, drawn on 9 September 2021, there was a 1 in 1,070 chance of winning a prize.

Gambling rules, regulations and policies

Please see our full terms and conditions before entering.

Please visit our gambling responsibly page for guidance and helpful advice and view our gambling social responsibility policy.

The promoter of this lottery is Juliet Bouverie, CEO, Stroke Association, Stroke Association House, 240 City Road, London EC1V 2PR.
Please play responsibly. The Stroke Association is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4703.
This website is provided by our External Lottery Manager, Sterling Management Centre Limited. Sterling Management Centre Limited are licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 3137.
Players must be 18 or over and live in Great Britain.
The Stroke Association is registered as a charity in England and Wales (No 211015) and in Scotland (SC037789).
© Stroke Association 2022
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