Play our foundation lottery and be in with a chance of winning £25,000!

Supporting the charity via our lottery is a great way for us to raise vital funds and for you to be in with a chance of winning a regularly monetary prize.

You can also set up the lottery as a gift for someone else, so if you’re stuck for that special gift and don’t want to spend too much, then a lottery enrolment is a unique way to help us raise funds whilst also giving someone the chance to win £25,000.

You’ll be able to play for as little as £1 per week and you’ll be allocated with a six-digit lottery number that will remain yours for as long as you wish to keep playing. There’s no restriction on how many numbers you wish to purchase, and the odds of winning any prize are 1 in 63, which are pretty amazing odds!

Every Saturday the lucky winners are selected at random and prizes are issued and posted to you directly, so there’s no need for you to claim. Winners have to match 3, 4, 5 or 6 digits of the winning number in the correct place in the sequence, and you need to be at least 16 years old to play.

The prizes up for grabs are as follows:

6 digits in the correct place wins £25,000
5 digits in the correct place wins £1,000
4 digits in the correct place wins £100
3 digits in the correct place wins £10

Paying is simple, with manageable payment amounts to choose from to suit your needs. Payments can be made via Debit card as follows:

Per Lottery Number

Monthly £4.34

Three-monthly £13.00

Six-monthly £26.00

Annually £52.00

And if one of our members wins the jackpot of £25,000, we will receive an extra £2,500 for the foundation, which will help us to continue working on our promises to deliver a brighter mito future for our warriors and their families.

By simply playing in our lottery you will be helping mito patients to receive vital and much needed medical equipment, respite holidays, family photo shoots, home adaptions, advice and support, and to help us find that all elusive cure.

So sign up for our lottery today and help make a difference, because mito matters.