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NKF Draw

We run two draws per year, one in the spring and one in the autumn, the tickets are sent out in Kidney Life magazine and the draw takes place at the head office by an independent person, overseen by the NKF promoter Pete Revell.

The 2024 Spring Draw is now live, if you would like to buy draw tickets please click here

The draw takes place on Wednesday 8th May.

The 2023 Christmas draw took place on Tuesday 12th Dec and the winners are as follows :

1st Prize – £1,500 – ticket number 059480 – J. Burr

2nd Prize – £750 – ticket number 061977 – M. Thomas

3rd Prize – £500 – ticket number 040207 – KG & E Hodkinson

4th Prize – £125 – ticket number 025205 – L. Mouser

5th Prize – £125 – ticket number 006717 – J. Sklaroff

The 2023 spring draw took place on Wednesday 3rd May 2023

1st Prize £1,000 – Danny Bolye  ticket number 142906

2nd Prize £500 – Mags Cherry  ticket number 094144

3rd Prize £300 – Julie Galliers  ticket number 143131

4th Prize £200 – Mrs J Clark  ticket number 006496

These terms and conditions are the raffle rules. By entering the raffle, entrants agree to be bound by these rules.

Promoting society: The National Kidney Federation

The National Kidney Federation, Registered Charity No. 1106735, Scottish Registration No. SC049431. The National Kidney Federation is a limited company registered in England.

Contact details of Raffle Licence Holder: Mr Pete Revell, The National Kidney Federation, The Point, Coach Road, Shireoaks, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S81 8BW.

The National Kidney Federation holds up to 2 raffles each year: the spring draw and the Christmas draw.

These tickets may only be purchased by residents of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The National Kidney Federation is licensed by the Gambling Commission of Great Britain under the 2005 Gambling Act ( Our licence number is: 000-004751-N-303128-003.

No-one under 16 years of age may purchase or sell raffle tickets. Anyone under 16 years of age who buys a ticket will immediately forfeit the right to any prize.

We take our social responsibility to our supporters seriously and no longer accept credit cards as a payment for the purchase of raffle tickets.

Full payment for each ticket must be received either in the form of cash or cleared funds before the ticket can be entered into the draw. Only tickets for which full payment has been received either in the form of cash or cleared funds are eligible to win the prize.

All prize winners will be notified first by telephone and failing that by post, and results will be published online at We may ask winners to participate in future publicity.

There are no alternatives to any prize and all prizes will be paid by cheque. The National Kidney Federation requires written confirmation that winners would like to receive their prize, if they have been sold a ticket by a National Kidney Federation supporter.

If a winner cannot be contacted or does not respond to the latter sent to the registered address within 28 days of the draw, they will automatically forego their right to claim the prize.

In the event of a cheque not being banked we will hold the prize for a maximum of six months. A registered letter will be sent to the last contact address and a further 14 days will be allowed to respond. After this period the prize will be deemed to be forfeited and will be allocated to The National Kidney Federation as a donation.

The draw will be conducted and approved by an independent person.

Based on the average number of tickets sold in our raffles over the last two years, each ticket bought has a 1 in 800 chance of winning a prize. The likelihood of a supporter winning a prize will differ depending on the amount of tickets sold for the draw and how many tickets bought by the individual.

Of the £11,446.91 received in ticket sales for The National Kidney Federation spring raffle in 2021, just £813.60 was spent on expenses, £2,000 on prizes and £8,633.31 came back to the Charity to fund our work supporting kidney patients and their families.

Problem gambling

If you, or someone you know, need information and/or help with problem gambling, please call GamCare on 0845 6000 133 or visit

If you wish to self-exclude yourself from The National Kidney Federation draws, please inform us at [email protected] or call 01909 544 999 or write to The National Kidney Federation, The Point, Coach Road, Shireoaks, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S81 8BW.

A subscriber who uses an exclusion form will not be able to participate in the draw for a period of not less than six months.


Any complaints relating to the raffle should be sent by letter or email to The National Kidney Federation, The Point, Coach Road, Shireoaks, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S81 8BW – [email protected]. You should give full details of the complaint and supply any supporting documentation.

Read our fair and open draw policy.

The National Kidney Federation also operates a weekly draw using a company called Unity, the rules of the lottery can be found here unitygamerulesv10.121082023.pdf