With raffolux, you have the chance to win both for yourself and the causes you care about.
Charity is at the heart of what we do. That's why raffolux donates 10% of each ticket to the wonderful charities our members choose to sponsor.
We also run raffles exclusively for charity, where we donate every penny of the money raised to good causes. Keep a look out for the baby blue symbol next to some of our raffles!
You can change your sponsored charity at any time (or select one if you haven't already) by visiting the member area.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity raises money to support some of the most seriously ill children in the UK who are treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The charity funds research into pioneering new treatments for children, provides the most up to date medical equipment, funds support services for children and their families and supports the essential rebuilding and refurbishment of the hospital. You can help us to provide world class care for our patients and families.
The Bradley Lowery Foundation was established in August 2017 after six-year-old Bradley Lowery lost his fight to Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of childhood cancer. In 2013, his mum, Gemma, started a fundraising campaign to raise funds to get Bradley treatment in the USA, which was not available in the UK. The campaign was very successful and with the support of thousands of people, raised over £1.3m, as well as vital awareness for Neuroblastoma and childhood cancer in general. These donations provided the funding base for the charity. The Bradley Lowery Foundation aims to support families who are fundraising for treatment or equipment, which is not readily available or covered by the NHS. This includes all illnesses and conditions. The foundation also supports research into Neuroblastoma and childhood cancers, is developing plans to support a £600,000 holiday home in Scarborough and runs a support line for the families of children with cancer in the North East.
Blue Cross is a charity that has been helping sick, injured, abandoned and homeless pets since 1897. Pets help us in so many ways and they depend entirely on us. That’s why at Blue Cross we believe in helping pets because pets help us. We help thousands of pets every month and with your support we can give back to more pets in need.
Fair Trials is a human rights organisation that works to improve respect for the fundamental human right to a fair trial. We believe the right to a fair trial is an essential part of a just society. Each person accused of a crime should have their guilt or innocence determined by a fair and effective legal process. But the right to a fair trial is not just about protecting suspects and defendants; it also makes societies safer and stronger. Without fair trials, trust in justice and in government collapses.
NHS Charities Together is a collective experience representing, supporting and championing the work of the NHS’ official charities. NHS Charities give £1million a day to the NHS, providing vital funds to help the NHS do more.
1 in 4 people in the UK has experienced a mental health problem. Mental Health UK is the only UK-wide mental health charity supporting people affected by mental health problems including friends, family and carers. We bring together over 40 years of expertise from our four national founding charity partners to improve understanding and provide vital care.
Plastic Oceans UK have been experts on plastic pollution for nearly a decade. This began with our award-winning documentary A Plastic Ocean, now available for streaming on Netflix. Now, we’re solving the plastic crisis through our science, sustainability and education programmes. Through changing attitudes, behaviours and practices on the use and value of plastics, we can stop plastic pollution reaching the oceans.
Raising funds in aid of WWF. WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation. Our mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together. Our world is under threat like never before. We need a global deal for nature and people to reverse the decline. Help us build a movement of people calling for change – support our campaigns for a safe climate, clean oceans and forests filled with wildlife.
At the end of a person's life, we only have one chance to get it right. Sadly, on average more than 335 people every day won't access the compassionate, expert care that hospices across the UK provide. Hospice care is so much more than a building where you go to die. Most hospice care happens at home and in the community. But for one in four families in the UK today, hospice care isn't an option. It's vital we're there to support every family in need. Hospice UK is your national charity for hospice care and our mission is to ensure that everyone who needs hospice care, gets it.
Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. Since 1974 we have been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic abuse, with survivors at the heart of our work. We are a federation of over 180 organisations which provide just under 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country.
Through our cooperation with Work for Good, we also donate to Save the Children, the British Heart Foundation and Worldwide Cancer Research.
All Dogs Matter is a dog rescue and rehoming charity working in and around London to transform the lives of unwanted and abandoned dogs. We also rehome dogs in need from overseas. In 2019 All Dogs Matter rescued and rehomed over 415 dogs with new owners. We also found forever homes for 27 unwanted and abandoned dogs from Egypt, Italy and China.
There are 400,000 people living with sight and hearing loss in the UK. For the past 90 years, we have been providing vital support to people who are deafblind, helping them to live the life they want. We help people to build their confidence and independence; continuing their lives beyond sight and hearing loss. We are here every step of the way to reassure, advise or just to be someone to turn to if there is no one else.
Cancer research needs you more than ever. Because of the ongoing pandemic much of our fundraising has had to stop and our lifesaving research is at risk. But cancer carries on. In the UK, nearly 450 people die from cancer every single day. You can help start new cancer cures and stop suffering.