Banner with an image of lottery balls and the text: win up to £25,000 with the DEBRA weekly lottery. Sign up.

Your workforce can make a difference to the EB community whilst being in with the chance to win up to £25,000.

Individuals sign up for just £1 a week, with the draw taking place every Friday.


Or download this form and return it to the address stated.


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The difference your team could make in a year if each player has 1 set of numbers:

  • 10 people playing raises £240
  • 50 people playing raises £1,200
  • 100 people raises £2,400

Your team can make a difference and could be richer by the end of the year too!

Please spread the word on your Intranet, staff emails, bulletins etc., and who knows, someone in your company could be a £25,000 winner!


50p from every £1 comes directly to DEBRA

A minimum of 50% of the total lottery proceeds go to supporting the work carried out by DEBRA, 18.4% on prizes and 31.6% on expenses and administration of the lottery.

Find out your odds of winning a prize.

For the full set of rules, results and more details of the DEBRA Lottery, visit the Unity Lottery website or call 0870 055 2291. If you have any queries, please call 0870 050 9240 or email [email protected].

You must be 18 or over to enter.


The promoter of this Unity Lottery is: DEBRA, The Capitol Building, Oldbury, Bracknell, RG12 8FZ Tel: 01344 771961 Registered with: Bracknell Forest Council. Registration Number LN/199800915. DEBRA is a charity registered in England Wales (1084958) and Scotland (SC039654). The DEBRA charity lottery is operated by Sterling Management Centre Ltd, registered as an External Lottery Manager by the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005. Enjoy the game, but play responsibly. is a website which provides information about gambling and particularly issues related to problem gambling. That information is there to provide a single resource for those seeking advice and guidance. It also provides links to specialist support and treatment for those who need it.

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