Frequently asked questions

About Amnesty International

We are a global movement of ordinary people from across the world standing up for humanity and human rights. We work to protect men, women and children wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. We investigate and expose human rights abuses, educate and mobilise the public and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world.

What is the Amnesty International UK Raffle?

Our raffles are a fun way to raise money for a serious cause. By playing, you are supporting Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust and helping to fund our vital human rights work.

How are proceeds from the raffle used?

In 2023, our raffle proceeds totalled £188,278! We spent 65.6% of that on human rights work and raising further funds, 12.4% on prizes and 22% on running the raffles.

What are my chances of winning?

With 37 prizes up for grabs, we estimate that every entry will have a 1 in 4,320 chance of winning cash in this year’s Summer Raffle.

How do I enter the raffle?

To buy your tickets online, click the ‘Enter’ button below and fill in your name, contact details and payment details on our secure online form.

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You can buy your Summer Raffle tickets online until 23:59 on Tuesday 25 June 2024. Postal entries must be received by Friday 21 June 2024.

When is the raffle drawn?

The draw takes place on Friday 28 June 2024.

What are the requirements to enter?

You need to be over 18 and a resident of mainland Great Britain to enter the Amnesty International UK Raffle. Unfortunately, we can’t accept entries from residents of Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. For our raffle's full terms & conditions click here.

How is Amnesty International UK funded?

We are independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion.

To ensure our independence, we do not seek or accept money from governments or political parties for our work in documenting and campaigning against human rights abuses. Our funding depends on the contributions of our worldwide membership and fundraising activities. To safeguard the independence of the organisation, all contributors are strictly controlled by guidelines laid down by the International Council.

How can I contact Amnesty International UK?

Please email our Supporter Communications Team at and we will endeavour to answer you as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can write to us at:

  • Amnesty International UKHuman Rights Action Centre17-25 New Inn YardLondonEC2A 3EA

You can find out more about our work by visiting our website.