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Weekly charity lottery

Start playing the RSPB charity lottery for the chance to win up to £1,000 every week, and we'll put your money to work straight away.

Bee in it to win it!

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You could win up to £1,000 and give nature a home at the same time. You can play from as little as £1 per week and there's over 30 cash prizes for our lucky runners-up!

How it works

Here’s a great opportunity for you to have a bit of fun every week, and know that at the same time you’re helping some of the UK’s most vulnerable wildlife. In our weekly lottery, you could win £1,000, and wildlife will win too.

Get started:

  • For as little as £1 a week, you are entered into the weekly lottery, which is drawn every Friday
  • Every week, you have the chance to win one of 35 cash prizes
  • The top prize is £1,000 and there’s a Robin Rollover prize of up to £8,215
  • Simply set up a Direct Debit online, and you’ll never miss a draw
  • You’ll get a unique number for every £1 entry
  • We’ll send you confirmation of entry and your numbers by post

If you’re one of our lucky winners, we’ll notify you by post within seven days, and your winnings will be paid straight into your account (and we publish the winning numbers online).

Good luck!

Win up to £8,215 with Robin Rollover

As well as our top weekly prize of £1,000, you could win £155 in our Friday Robin Rollover draw. If the Rollover doesn't have a winner, it will be carried over to the next week, rolling up to a maximum value of £8,215.

How you'll help give nature a home

Every charity lottery entry helps fund work to protect some of our most threatened wildlife. Here are a few real successes from our nature reserves...

At Dove Stone in the Peak District, golden plovers are among the birds doing well, increasing from 59 to 92 pairs - and they produce the cutest chicks imaginable!

We're also helping natterjack toads - one of the UK's rarest amphibians. They have started breeding in ponds created only a few months ago at Mersehead in Dumfries and Galloway, and The Lodge in Bedfordshire.

Meanwhile, it's 'otterly amazing' to see otters returning to the former industrial site of Saltholme on Teesside - now an RSPB reserve where thousands of people have the chance to enjoy nature.

RSPB Weekly Lottery Rules

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Before you sign up, make sure you read the rules.

RSPB prize-winners

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Find out who's won our latest lotteries, raffles and competitions