Win £5,000!
Play our Summer Raffle today

You’ll be helping to protect more children like Matamola from trachoma.

Young Matamola sits on a log alone on the dusty ground of her village in Zambia.

If you’re anything like us, the arrival of summer has probably inspired you to plan a sun-packed getaway.

And what better way to afford a special holiday treat than by playing our online raffle and winning big? Here’s your chance!

The top prize is £5,000, and there’s also a second prize of £1,000. Third place gets £250 and five runners-up will get £100 each – so there are plenty of chances to win.

Taking part in our raffle couldn’t be simpler. Tickets are just £1 each: click on the ‘Play now’ button to get started.

By getting involved today you’ll be helping us to eliminate the blinding disease trachoma in the countries where we work, saving thousands of adults and children from the threat of blindness. And that’s no small feat.


How to play

Tickets for the raffle are only £1, and the deadline to enter online is 8 August 2018. The draw will take place on 10 August 2018.

Surgeons operate on a trachoma patient.

Why you should take part

Surgeons operate on a trachoma patient.
Thanks to people like you, Matamola and the other children in her village are now protected from this horrific disease. With your support, we’ll have the chance to find and treat many more children and prevent them from going blind. Play our raffle today and you can help stop more vulnerable children from living with unnecessary pain and sight loss.For every £1 ticket you buy, you could help fund a sight-saving operation that could change someone’s life, or treatment to help protect more children like Matamola. On top of that, you’ll be giving yourself a chance to win £5,000.

All your gifts help to achieve our aim of changing lives for the better.

You’ll be transforming lives

Every gift you give helps change lives for people in the world’s poorest countries. Since our work began, your donations have provided 6.1 million cataract surgeries and 332,000 trachoma operations. Our donors have also helped us to support more than 180,000 people with disabilities, enabling them to live full and independent lives.

We think it’s money well spent, and we hope you do too.