Welcome to the Muscular Dystrophy UK Weekly Lottery! The brand new and exciting way for you to join the fight against muscle-wasting conditions.
Entering is easy and every week you will have the chance of winning up to £10,000 or one of our other great cash prizes from £5 to £1,000.
It costs just £1 a week to enter, or £2 to double your chances of winning. Simply click the ‘Enter now’ button to join by Direct Debit and ensure you never miss a draw. We will send you your unique 6-digit number and there is no need to claim as we will write to you if you win and pay any winnings directly to your bank account.
The best thing about our Weekly Lottery is that everyone’s a winner – just one entry can help fund world-class research into treatment and cures, and ensure we are here to support families and individuals across the UK living with muscle-wasting conditions.
Join the Weekly Lottery and help families like Luke’s:
I remember that day like it was yesterday. It was the worst day of my life. We’d just been told that Luke, our beautiful little 18-month-old, had Duchenne muscular dystrophy. We’d never even heard of it. To try and understand that he probably wouldn’t live much past his 20s, blew our whole lives apart.
I met someone from Muscular Dystrophy UK’s care and support team at the clinic after our first neurologist appointment. They gave me all the information I needed. They also put us in touch with another family – that really helped us not to feel so alone.
Muscular Dystrophy UK plays such an important part in the lives of families like ours.
Vicky de Bruin, Luke’s mum
Please, enter today to help us be here for families like Luke’s as well as having your chance to win £10,000 every week.
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