BHWT logo
Close this search box.
Close this search box.
Close this search box.
Close this search box.

BHWT Charity Lottery

From just £1 a week you can play the BHWT’s brand new charity lottery and be in with a chance of winning £25,000 each week. This lottery, run by Unity, offers you the best odds of winning as it’s a number match game, meaning the odds are fixed. Every player has a 1 in 63 chance of winning ANY prize, so, what are you waiting for?!
Next draw in

How does the lottery work?

For every £1 you play each week you’ll be given a unique six-digit lottery number.

Every Friday a winning number is drawn at random by our lottery provider, Unity. This lottery is a number match game so, if three or more of your digits are in the same position as the winning number, you get a prize!

And that’s not all! We’ll also be offering ‘bonus prizes’ four times a year (March, June, September and December). All active players of the weekly Lottery that month will automatically be entered with the winner drawn at random, so no need to do anything.

You can check the recent results and find out if you’ve won here.
Lottery prize balls
Lottery image 1

For the weekly number match game, if the winning number sequence was 123456, the lottery number 163057 would be a 3-digit winning match because 3 digits are positioned in the same place in the sequence.

So what can you win?

For more information, please refer to Unity’s game rules.
Lottery prize balls

Why should you play our lottery?

unity lottery

At least 50p from every £1 you play goes to us, directly towards helping save commercial laying hens from slaughter. The rest goes towards the prize pot and any administrative costs. 

The money you raise by playing the BHWT lottery helps keep our vans on the road rehoming hens otherwise destined for slaughter because, at 72 weeks old, their use to the commercial egg industry comes to an end. 

However, we know that they’ve got lots more life to give which is why we rehome them with loving families in back gardens across the UK. They get to live out a free-range retirement with grass beneath their feet, rootling around for bugs and slugs on a daily basis, doing what chickens do best! 

By playing our lottery you’re supporting our work rehoming 50,000 hens every year as well as all our other projects like Hens as Therapy and Improving Pet Hen Health, which helps not just hens here on home soil but across the globe too. 

So, why should you play our lottery? Because not only are you in with the best odds of winning a prize, you’re also helping hens to boot.

"Thank you so much for my lottery win! I love your charity work rehoming ex-commercial hens. We always rehome our hens from you so when you sent me an email, telling me about your new lottery I thought what a great idea."

"I signed up to the Lottery as a fun way to give some extra support to BHWT, not really thinking I’d win anything. You can imagine my surprise when I opened the letter - yes it came as a cheque which made it even more exciting! I have two broody hens at the moment (who said ex-commercials don’t get broody) so I’m putting this towards a new nest box so my other ladies have a bit more room."

The small print

You must be aged over 18 to play the BHWT lottery. The promoter of this lottery is Kylie Durose-Ford, British Hen Welfare Trust, Hope Chapel, Rose Ash, Devon, EX36 4RF. The BHWT lottery is licensed by North Devon District Council, registration number SSL0268.

The BHWT lottery is designed to be an enjoyable way to play while also helping hens. If you feel that gambling is no longer enjoyable, please visit the BeGambleAware website for help and advice, or contact the 24/7 National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133. For further information and support visit the Gambling Commission website.

Unity is a common brand lottery jointly promoted by Sterling Management Centre Limited and individual society lotteries. Each Lottery operated under Unity is a separate licensed lottery, operated by and supporting that particular good cause. Unity is administered by Sterling Management Centre Limited, licensed and regulated in Great Britain by The Gambling Commission under account number 3137. A minimum of 50% of the total lottery proceeds go to supporting the work carried out by British Hen Welfare Trust, 18.4% on prizes and 31.6% on expenses and administration of the lottery.

Lottery prize balls