Not only is the raffle a fun way to support our work but it’s also absolutely vital in helping us to make sure that we're here for anyone facing breast cancer from day one.

The money raised from our raffle helps Breast Cancer Care give free support and information to thousands of women facing breast cancer each year.

Entry is only £1 per chance. Each ticket sold will help more people affected by breast cancer across the UK today.

The lucky winner will be drawn on Tuesday 22 December and the last chance to buy entries is Tuesday 15 December so don’t miss out!

Buy your own tickets

If you’ve already bought tickets for our Christmas Raffle then thank you so much. And if you’d like to buy more chances to win a fabulous cash prize simply click here.

Terms and Conditions

Draw date: 22 December 2015.

Winners will be notified by post or telephone within two weeks of the draw date. The winner’s photograph may be required for future publication.

No ticket to be sold by or to anyone under 16 years of age. Any person found to be under 16 years of age automatically forfeits the right to any prize. No ticket is to be sold to/by any person in a street. Please return any unsold tickets.

Late entries will be transferred to the next lottery.

Do you have a complaint? Please call 0345 092 0811. Contact for enquiries: Catherine McCrohan, Breast Cancer Care, 5-13 Great Suffolk Street, London SE1 0NS.

We may wish to contact you in the future about ways to help our work; please email raffle@breastcancercare.org.uk or phone us on 0345 092 0811 if you prefer not.

Breast Cancer Care is registered with the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005 www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk.

Breast Cancer Care is a registered charity in England and Wales 1017658 and Scotland SC038104.

Are you gambling more than you really want to? If you feel you have a problem with gambling, please visit the GambleAware website for help and advice at www.gambleaware.co.uk or contact The National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020133 (lines open 8am to midnight).


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