Play our New Year raffle
Enter our New Year Raffle today to help us fight for every childhood. Be in with a chance of winning £10,000, a brand new kitchen, or one of over 50 other cash prizes. For Every £1 raffle ticket you buy will help us reach more children.
1st prize - £10,000 or a brand new kitchen
But even if you don’t win £10,000, you could still be a winner. There are over 50 prizes up for grabs.
2nd prize - £1,000
3rd prize - £500
£20 for 50 runners up
Online entries received by 11:59pm on 29 January 2021 will also be entered for the chance to win a £25 M&S voucher - there are 20 to be won.
Every £1 raffle ticket you buy will help us reach more children.
Raffle closes - 22 March 2021
Raffle winners drawn - 26 March 2021
Thank you for your support, and good luck!
By playing the New Year Raffle, you could help give children a brighter future
We are mindful that the current situation may result in some disruption to postal services. As the majority of our raffle players enter via the post, this could cause delays to the open and close dates of our raffle.
In 2019, £266,504 was raised from ticket sales in our seasonal raffles, with 14% spent on prizes, 40% spent on expenses and a fantastic 46% being used to fund the work of the NSPCC, based on the raffle submissions made by the NSPCC to the Gambling Commission, during the 2019 calendar year. In 2019, the likelihood of winning a prize was, on average, 1 in 1,676 in our seasonal raffles.
- Winners will be notified as soon as possible after the draw. A list of winning ticket numbers will be made available online 7 days after the draw or in print on request by calling 020 7825 2505.
- Entry closes 22 March 2021 and the draw takes place 26 March 2021.
- You can request additional tickets by calling 016 2820 1281.
- By purchasing these tickets you agree to these terms and conditions.
- If you have a complaint please call our Supporter Care Team on 020 7825 2505.
- All profits from the NSPCC Raffle are used to fund the NSPCC's work and wherever the funds are needed most, that's where they will go.
NSPCC is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4781.
Promoter: NSPCC, Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3NH.
Responsible person: Stuart Osborne. Must be 18 or over to play. Underage gambling is an offence.
1 in 20 children in the UK have been sexually abused. This abuse has long-lasting effects and can have a significant impact on a child's health and development. It's not an easy experience to work through, especially in these uncertain times, but with our Letting the Future In service, children can overcome the past and rebuild their lives.
Could pay for a trained practioner for one hour, helping children who have been sexually abused get back on track.
Could pay for art materials to help a child express their feelings when they are unable to find the words.
Could pay for one of our trained volunteer counsellors to answer a child's call for help to Childline, when they reach out.