People's Postcode Lottery | Depaulcharity

Depaul helps people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

People's Postcode Lottery

Support Depaul and play People’s Postcode Lottery

Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised an amazing £1,250,000 for young people facing homelessness since 2013.

Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have already been vital to the expansion of Depaul’s work and increasing the quality of our programmes and accommodation for young people.

Players have helped us to create our first Endeavour Centre, in London, which is set to support more than 1,000 young people this year through our Nightstop, Alone in London, and Get Up and Go services.

In 2016, we expanded Depaul’s emergency accommodation network Nightstop to cover South Yorkshire  with seed funding from players.

Nightstop is helping more young people every day and night, in more cities than ever before – all thanks to the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

Players’ support has also co-funded our five-year Endeavour programme.

Endeavour will enhance Depaul’s services to young people through workforce development, service user involvement and improved monitoring and evaluation. Working alongside our staff and young people, the Endeavour programme is having an impact on the whole organisation.

With players’ support, Britain will be a safer place for children and young people who run away from home or are thrown out of home and cast aside. 

We will work towards no young person having to sleep in an unsafe place ever again.

Play the People's Postcode Lottery

Depaul operates our own society lottery, licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission.

Our lottery is promoted and managed by People's Postcode Lottery. A minimum of 31 percent from every £10 monthly subscription for draws promoted for Depaul goes to support our vital work.

If you would like to play People’s Postcode Lottery, have the chance of winning big and help support Depaul, sign up by clicking on the button below or calling 0808 109 8765. 

Sign up today to play with your postcode for the chance to win!

Guaranteed winners every day!

What can you win?

  • In 2017, there are Postcode Millions draws every month, each with a massive £3million prize fund.
  • Each day, Monday to Friday, winning tickets in five postcodes scoop £1,000 each with the Daily Prize.
  • In the Saturday Street Prize, you win £25,000 for every ticket you play with.
  • Every Sunday, your ticket can win £100, £50, £20 or £10.
  • Every month, one player drives away a brand new BMW car, and tickets in one lucky postcode win a £5,000 Dream Holiday prize.

Find out more information about the People's Postcode Lottery prizes.

How It Works

Depaul’s Lottery is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licences: 000-048692-R-326708-001 and 000-048692-N-326709-001. People's Postcode Lottery manages multiple society lotteries promoted by different charities. For details of each week’s society lhttps://uk.depaulcharity.org/peoples-postcode-lottery-downloadsottery visit:www.postcodelottery.co.uk/societyPlayers must be 16 years or over. Only available to play with postcodes in England, Scotland and Wales. Not available in NI. Conditions apply. Ticket price £10 for 10 draws paid monthly in advance, a minimum of 31%  goes to charities. For a full list of prizes visit www.postcodelottery.co.uk/prizes

Maximum ticket prize is 10% of draw proceeds up to £400,000. Postcode Lottery Limited is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licences Number: 000-004954-N-309971-008 and 000-004954-R-317106-007. Registered office: Postcode Lottery Ltd, Titchfield House, 69/85 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4RR. Company reg. no. 04862732. VAT reg. no 848 3165 07.

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