Play Our Lottery
For just £1 per week, you can play the DRWF lottery for an amazing chance to WIN up to £25,000 every Friday.
What’s more, DRWF will receive at least 50p of every £1 play, which will support the work that we do to provide awareness information, award‑winning educational Diabetes Wellness events and fund vital research in the UK and around the world.
This lottery is provided by Unity, part of Sterling Lotteries, one of the nation’s fundraising lottery providers, who will administer the programme for us and take the remaining 50p per entry to cover the support and running costs and most importantly, to contribute to the prize pot on offer. Your entry will be specific to the DRWF draw.
How to Play
You will be allocated a 6-digit entry number for every £1 you play* *Up to a maximum of 20 plays per week
The more you play the higher the chance of winning!
The number/s will be yours for as long as you continue to play.
Every Friday, lucky winners are selected at random and prizes issued directly to winners – so there’s no need to claim, the prize comes directly to YOU!
Winning numbers will be posted on the Unity website.
Entrants must be 16 or over
Entrants must be resident in Britain – gambling legislation doesn’t allow us to offer the opportunity to play in this lottery if you live in Northern Ireland.
However, if you wish to participate in the charity’s biennial sweepstake programme, please email email@example.com
Rules can be consulted here
If you have concerns about gambling, please visit Gamble Aware for further help and advice or call the National Gambling Helpline:
0808 8020 133 lines are open from 8am until midnight.
How We Can Help at DRWF
Each year we run events for people living with diabetes, ranging from educational workshops and wellness events, to fundraising marathons and group skydives. To find out more about our events and how we support people living with diabetes, please visit our Events Page.
Since 1998 we have provided over £12 million of funding for medical research programmes, with the aim of finding a cure for all types of diabetes. In 2004, we made a significant commitment to Islet Cell Research and Transplant, a programme which focuses on the role of islet cells in diabetes. Read more about our commitment to research by visiting our Research Page.
We rely on our amazing donors who raise the funds that help support people living with diabetes across the UK, as well as funding our vital research programmes. There are lots of ways to raise money to support people living with all forms of diabetes, there’s something for everyone! To discover more about fundraising with us, please visit our Fundraising Page.
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