Out lottery is a fun and easy way of supporting your local air ambulance.
Entry costs just 50p a week, with winners announced every Wednesday. Join the fun and help your air ambulance at the same time.
How our weekly lottery works
Every Wednesday, we have 61 guaranteed winners sharing a total prize fund of £1,500. Our top prize is £500. There are ten second prizes of £50 each and 50 third prizes of £10 each.
Each play costs 50p per week.
How to pay
Direct Debit – Paying by Direct Debit reduces our administration costs, please click below to pay by Direct Debit or give us a call on 0800-1777-035.
Debit/Credit Card – Please click below or call 0800-1777-035 to join.
By Post – to download an application form click here and send the form and cheque to: GNAAS Lottery, Progress House, Urlay Nook Road, Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees, TS16 0QB (please make cheques payable to GNAAS)Join today
What happens next?
After joining you will receive your welcome pack containing your certificate of entry with your unique play number(s).
If you are one of our lucky winners, there is no need to claim as all prizes are automatically sent out.
If you pay by cheque or debit/credit card, we will contact you when your numbers are due to renew if you want to continue playing.
How our lottery works
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Join or renew
You can join our lottery or renew your existing numbers online in just a few minutes.
Find out if you are one of the 61 weekly winners here.
Our small team of representatives are regularly out in the communities we serve. Meet them here.
Exciting news about our 2019 raffle will be revealed in Spring. Check back here for more information.
Playing the GNAAS lottery should be fun but if your gambling has become a problem, we can help you take the necessary steps.
For full terms and conditions, click here.
If you require any assistance, please ring our lottery help desk on 0800-1777-035 or email email@example.com
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