Sign up and save lives with our weekly lottery.

Play the lottery for just 50p a week and support your air ambulance crews as they fly 365 days a year across the region.

How it works

Our weekly lottery costs 50p per number. It is drawn every week, with a guaranteed prize fund of £1,500 being handed out to 61 winners. The top prize is £500.

Furthermore, all of the profits from the lottery support the work of the air ambulance and crews. Our lottery players save lives.

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Join or renew

Signing up online takes just a few minutes. Simply choose how many numbers you would like, and for how many weeks, give us a few personal details, and we will do the rest. You will need your payment card handy, or your bank details if you wish to set up a Direct Debit. 

Renewing your existing numbers is as straightforward through our online form. There’s no need to miss a week again!

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Winning numbers

Find out if you are one of our 61 weekly winners here. Remember though – if you’ve won we will be in touch with your winnings, so there’s no need to lift a finger.

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Previous winners

Find out what some of our previous winners spent their winnings on.

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Lottery team

Our small team of representatives visit the communities served by our air ambulance to spread the word about our lottery. They are always happy to provide identification. Meet the team here.

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Our annual raffle is now live, with the chance to win the £10,000 top prize!

Tickets are just £1 each, available in books of 5 online.


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Responsible gambling

Playing the GNAAS lottery should be a fun way of supporting our charity. But if gambling stops being fun, if you have a problem with gambling or a concern about it, please visit or contact the National Gambling Helpline on 0808-8020-133.

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If you require any assistance, please ring our lottery help desk on 0800 1777 035 or email 
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