Dogs Trust Spring Raffle winners
Congratulations to all our winners of the Dogs Trust Spring Raffle! The big draw took place on 10th June 2021
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts and paws, to everyone who played or donated towards our Spring Raffle. With your help, we will continue to change the tale for dogs like Digger this year, and in the future. We expect many dogs and their families will need our help as life starts going back to some sort of normal, so it’s vital we keep going.
If you didn’t manage to play this raffle, never fear! You can have another shot at winning one of seven cash prizes when our Winter Raffle opens in October! Keep your eye on our pages for updates and details.
Digger was found as a stray, which has left him really anxious of strangers and certain noises. By playing our raffle, you’re helping us to continue building his trust and confidence until he’s ready for his forever home.
Our pawsome winners
- 1st Prize £7,500
Mrs J Portsmouth from Romford, ticket number 2276095
- 2nd Prize £5,000
Ms C Broeksma from Marlow, ticket number 1124393
- 3rd Prize £2,500
Mrs A Dyke from Somerset, ticket number 2054060
- 4th Prize £1,000
Ms E Peasley from London, ticket number 0342678
- 5th Prize £750
Mr R Hall from Tyne and Wear, ticket number 4480982
- 6th Prize £500
Mrs R Hetherington from Cumbria, ticket number 3567631
- 7th Prize £250
Mr R Bruce from Harrogate, ticket number 0557243
If you’re a wagtastic ticket seller, you are automatically entered into our Special Prize Draw! By selling or buying 3 or more books you could win a £100 M&S voucher, and our very top ticket seller wins a magnum of Champagne!
Top Ticket seller:
Mr D Lumsden, Inverness
Special Prize Draw Winner:
Mr Christopher Smith, Roxburghshire
Terms and conditions
Dogs Trust raffles are licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission, http://www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk/, account number 4639.
Please note that, in accordance with Gambling Commission Rules:
- You must be aged 16 years or over to buy or sell raffle tickets.
- This raffle is only open for residents of Great Britain. Residents of Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are unfortunately not eligible to take part.
- Lottery tickets must not be sold to a person in any street. For these purposes ‘street’ includes any bridge, road, lane, footway, subway, square, court, alley or passage.
- We cannot accept credit card payments for raffle tickets over the phone or via email, only via post.
If you are concerned about the amount you are gambling and would like to request that Dogs Trust excludes you from any of its future raffles, please email us at [email protected]
Alternatively, you can call our Supporter Relations Team on 020 7837 0006 or write to Dogs Trust, 17 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7RQ.
We will amend our records to ensure that you aren't entered into any future draws and that we don't send you further raffle related literature. If you have already made payments towards a current raffle, we can refund this money to you.
The minimum period of exclusion is 6 months. If you would like to enter our raffles again after this period please contact us again on the details above.
If you wish to find out more about gambling problems, or you are worried about someone please visit www.begambleaware.org or speak to one of their trained counsellors on 0845 600 0133.
Complaints are dealt with by the Complaints Coordinator at Dogs Trust and all details are formally recorded. Please see more details about our complaints procedure here: https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/about-us/customer-care/
Any lottery complaints relating to our lottery, managed by and marketed as People's Postcode Lottery, will be dealt with directly by People’s Postcode Lottery. Please contact
In 2020 Dogs Trust received £940,591 in ticket sales, of which 66% were attributable to our charitable activities. This includes essential care for the dogs across our 21 rehoming centres, running costs, and our campaign work such as education, neutering, and microchipping. After these proceeds, 3.7% was spent on prizes, and the remaining on the running costs and governance of the raffle.
Each of the seven cash prize winners are drawn randomly by hand. In the event that government restrictions are in place at the time of the draw, it will be attended by the relevant persons over video call, following guidance from the Gambling Commission. The likelihood of winning a cash prize is 0.0447% by purchasing a 30 ticket raffle book.