The Oxford Lottery is a weekly online lottery to help raise funds for local voluntary and community groups in Oxford.
Players can enter for a chance to win a jackpot of up to £25,000, whilst nominating their favourite local charities or community groups as beneficiaries. Players will also be able to support the general Oxford City Lottery Community Fund.
A single ticket for the Oxford Lottery costs £1.
Which ‘good causes’ can become beneficiaries?
Any good cause operating within Oxford can apply! (See the Oxford Lottery Terms and Conditions for details).
When do the draws take place?
The draw will take place every Saturday night with results posted on the Oxford Lottery website, Facebook and Twitter.
Where do ticket sales go?
60 per cent of ticket sales will go directly to good causes in Oxford. Nominated good causes will receive 50p from ticket sales, with 10p going towards the Oxford City Lottery Community Fund.
Players who do not wish to support a specific cause can still take part in the Oxford Lottery, with 60p of their ticket price going into the general Oxford City Lottery Community Fund, which will be distributed by the council.
How can I sign up to play?
Sign up to play on the Oxford Lottery website.
How can I sign up as a beneficiary?
Good causes can sign up as beneficiaries on the Oxford Lottery Good Causes page.
Players of the Oxford Lottery must be 16 or over and physically located in the UK.
Always play responsibly, if you need to talk to someone about your gambling please contact Be Gamble Aware.
Find out more on the Oxford Lottery website.