The Weekly Lottery
In 2019, our amazing supporters contributed an incredible £6.6 million through our weekly draws, which represents 77% of the total proceeds after the deduction of prizes and expenses. We simply could not operate our life-saving service without the support of the public and our lottery gives you the chance to support our cause and win prizes too!
THE REGULAR DRAW
The Regular Lottery is a fantastic way to support the lottery from as little as £1 per week. You will be allocated a membership number which will be entered into the draw every Wednesday.
To join the Superdraw, you must first join the Regular Lottery. So for just an additional £1 per week you will be in with a chance of winning £25,000.
Lotteries are one of the most important fundraising channels for our life-saving air ambulance service.
Get the results of our latest weekly draws and find out if you're a lucky winner!
Hear from some of our lottery winners. It could be you sharing your story with us one day!
Terms and Conditions
Read the important rules and restrictions that govern how we run our lottery.
Our Lottery Representatives
Dressed in Air Ambulance branded clothing, our representatives are hard to miss when they’re out and about encouraging supporters to join our lotteries.
Help and Advice
We’re not only here for emergencies. We take our responsibilities to our supporters seriously so speak to us if you need help or advice related to gambling.
Gambling Self Exclusion
If you feel as though you need to take a break from gambling please view our self exclusion policy and find information about how to self exclude.
Air Ambulance Promotions Limited is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4674.
Content on our Lotteries and Raffles Pages' are not suitable for anyone under 18 years of age.
The National Gambling Helpline is available 24/7 as usual. If you need advice or support about your gambling or someone else’s you can call 0808 8020 133 or talk to an adviser on live chat.
Keep Us Flying High
£7.50 a month could pay for twenty disposable blood pressure cuffs used to measure a patient's blood pressure.
£50 could fund 300 syringes used to administer life-saving drugs at the scene of an incident.