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In May 2020, Lottoland launched its first charity focused lotto in the UK, 20p of every pound bet will be donated to three charities – the Hospice UK, Blue Cross and Prader-Willi Syndrome Association UK

Each bet on the Win-Win Charity Lotto will cost £1 and the jackpot will be fixed at £250,000 for every draw. The game format and results will be based on the popular French Lotto, with draws taking place every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Five balls will be drawn out of a total of 49, with 10 bonus balls up for grabs.

Who are the charities?

Read more about each of them below

win win Charity Lotto charities

Hospice UK –

Hospice UK is the national charity for hospice and palliative care. We work to ensure all adults and children living with a terminal or life shortening illness receive the care and support they need, when they need it. We believe that everyone, no matter who they are, where they are or why they are ill, should receive the best possible care at the end of their life. Hospice care transforms lives.

Blue Cross –

Blue Cross is a charity that has been helping sick, injured, abandoned and homeless pets since 1897.

Pets help us in so many ways and they depend entirely on us. That’s why at Blue Cross we believe in helping pets because pets help us.

We help thousands of pets in need every month, providing veterinary care, expert behaviour help and find them loving happy homes, as well as advice and education for current or future owners and pet bereavement support. We develop lifelong relationships with pets and owners, providing quality care that is accessible and non-judgemental. With your support we can give back to more pets in need.

Pets change lives. We change theirs.


The Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) Association UK supports those with PWS, their family, friends and those who work with them. We provide a wide range of services including a telephone and digital helpline offering support, mediation and help, an information hub proving everything you need to know about PWS, training, Familynet – our regional peer to peer support groups for those affected by PWS and funding for and participation in research.  We also hold a range of events, meetings and weekends away.