Draw rules

Entry for the main draw closes on the 20 September 2024; with the draw taking place on the 27 September 2024. Prizes are open to all Great Britain residents. Entries from Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands are currently not available. Employees and volunteers of Blind Veterans UK working within engagement, finance and SLT are also unable to enter. Sarah Gray is also prevented from playing due to his name being on and associated with the license. Immediate family and those living with these individuals will also not be able to participate in the raffles or lottery. External agents involved in the production or promoting lotteries/raffles or selling lottery/raffle tickets face to face or via telephone will not be permitted to enter into the draw of any raffle/ lottery they have been involved in.

Players can purchase a maximum of 60 raffle tickets per raffle, in line with the regulations of the Gambling Commission.

We are unable to accept credit card payment for any purchase.

If a draw date falls on a Bank Holiday, the draw will take place on the next working day.

When you purchase a ticket, your unique number will be generated through a computer and assigned to you. Full payment for each ticket must be received in approved funds before tickets will be entered into the draw. Only payment approved tickets will be entered. The winning numbers for each draw will be chosen by a random number generator, run by our External Lottery Manager (Woods Valldata).

The likelihood of winning a prize in the raffle is 0.02% or 1 in 6139 per chance.

Raffle proceeds are spent as stated below:
22% of proceeds are spent on expenses relating to the promotion and running of the raffle
78% of proceeds is applied directly to the purpose of the society
7% make up the prize fund cost.
Statistics have been produced from April 2022-March 2023 results.


1st prize: £15,000 cash

2nd prize: £1000

3rd prize: £100

4th prize: 2 x £50

Runners up prizes: 30 x £10 M&S vouchers

Speed draw prize: £500 

The person responsible for this raffle is Sarah Gray at Blind Veterans UK, 3 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AR.

Blind Veterans UK is a registered charity no. 216227 (England & Wales) and SC039411 (Scotland).

Fair processing

Blind Veterans UK will use the data you provide for the purposes of processing your donation and in support of our legitimate interest and legal obligations in fundraising. We will share this information only with those staff and third parties necessary for the stated purpose and we will never sell your data. For further details on how we process your data and to understand your rights, please refer to our detailed Privacy Policy on our website: If you’d like to change your preferences, enquire, or discuss how we process your information, please email or call us on 0300 111 2233.