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The Winter Raffle has landed – Could your year be off to a flying start?

If you haven’t already, be sure to get your paws on our Winter Raffle tickets! For just £1 you could win up to a brrrrilliant £7,500!! What better way to start the new year? And don’t forget, by taking part you will also be helping us keep the dogs in our care safe and cosy this winter. So why not roll up and play?!

For those of you lucky enough to already have our raffle tickets in your pawsession, whether you buy the book yourself or sell to friends and family, make sure to send your stubs and donation to Freepost RTJE-SXGL-BEEJ, Dogs Trust Raffle, Moulton House, 10 Pond Wood Close, Moulton Park Industrial Estate, Northampton NN3 6DF by 31st January 2020, ready for the big draw on 12th February 2020!

Haven’t got a raffle book yet but would love to take part? Have snow fear. Simply call our raffle ticket hotline on 020 7833 7672 to order up to 3 books.

What can I win?

1st Prize: £7500

2nd Prize: £5000

3rd Prize: £2500

4th Prize: £1000

5th Prize: £750

6th Prize: £500

7th Prize: £250

Top ticket seller: Magnum of Champagne

3+ Raffle Books sold Special Draw: £100 M&S Voucher

Please see terms and conditions below. For any other queries please call on 020 7837 0006. We woof you lots of luck in the draw!

Thank you to everybody who took part in our 2019 Spring Raffle

Congratulations to the lucky winners!

Dogs Trust Spring Raffle 2019 Winners List






1ST Prize


Mrs W Heidrich



2nd Prize


G Bury



3rd Prize


Mrs K Thompson



4th Prize


Mrs E Sievwright



5th Prize


Mrs Woosnam



6th Prize


Mrs D Lawes



7th Prize


Mrs J Brown




Top Ticket seller, winning a magnum of Champagne:

Lucy Fry

Winner of the 3 or more raffle books sold prize draw, winning £100 Marks & Spencer vouchers:

Lucy Fry


In 2018, 79.8% of Dogs Trust raffle proceeds (50.2% from raffle ticket sales and 29.6% from raffle donations) were attributable to our charitable activities. This includes caring for almost 13,000 dogs a year, the running costs of our 21 rehoming centres and our campaign work such as education, neutering, and microchipping. The remaining proceeds accounted for the running costs and governance of the raffle, including raffle prizes and ticket production.

Terms and conditions

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.

If you or someone that you know has been affected by gambling, you can contact Gamcare at or by telephone on 0845 600 0133.

Responsible Gambling

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.

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 you can call our Supporter Relations Team on 020 7837 0006.

If you wish to find out more about gambling problems, please visit or speak to one of their trained counsellors on 0845 600 0133.

Complaints Procedure

Complaints are dealt with by the Complaints Coordinator at Dogs Trust and all details are formally recorded.

Dogs Trust spring and winter raffles are licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission,, licence number 4639.

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 [email protected]