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The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is a charitable organization that was founded in 1889. It works to promote conservation and protection of birds and the wider environment through public awareness campaigns, petitions and through the operation of nature reserves throughout the United Kingdom. The RSPB has over 1,300 employee, 18,000 volunteers and more than a million members making it the largest wildlife conservation charity in Europe. The RSPB works with both the civil service and the Government to advise Government policies on conservation and environmentalism. They maintain over 200 reserves throughout the United Kingdom covering a wide range of habitats from estuaries and mudflats to forests and urban habitats. The RSPC protect threatened birds and wildlife so that towns, coasts and countryside will once again teem with life.
The RSPB lottery is drawn every Friday and offers you the chance to win one of 35 cash prizes up to £1,000. Entries are £1 a week and players can have a maximum of five chances to win. You’ll get a unique number for every £1 entry. Around 70% of the proceeds from the RSPB lottery go directly towards saving nature.
- £1,000 jackpot
- £250 second prize
- £100 for three runners-up
- £10 for 30 lucky winners
There is also a Robin Rollover prize of up to £8,215. Every Friday the computer will also generate one Robin Rollover number. If you have the matching number you will win the prize of £155. IF the weekly prize doesn’t have a winner it will be carried over to the following week up to a maximum of £8,215.
RSPB Lotto is ranked #9 out of 12 charity lotteries reviewed