Play the Hearing Dogs Christmas R-r-r-raffle!

Notelets for the early birdsFast entry for the early birds

If you buy your tickets before 30th October, you gain automatic entry into an extra prize draw to win one of 25 Hearing Dogs mini notepads, so note-taking becomes a pleasure because you'll be thinking about cute puppies!

Help deaf people to leave loneliness behind

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People believes that nobody with deafness should feel alone. This is why we train highly skilled dogs that provide love, companionship and emotional support. As importantly, they alert deaf people to life-saving sounds like the smoke alarm and intruder alarm, and other important sounds such as the oven timer and baby monitor.

We receive no central government support to do this, so when you play our R-r-r-raffle (yes, you have to say it like that, just roll your Rs, the more the better) you really do help more deaf children and adults throughout the UK. Plus you stand the chance to win a great prize!

Each entry costs just £1 and really makes a difference

We receive no central government funding to train our life-changing hearing dogs, so every time you play, you really do help deaf people.

Also, if you would like to enter all our future raffles instead of applying each time, then our subscription raffle may be for you. That way, you're always in it to win it, and you can be sure you're supporting deaf people through 'the raffle without the hassle'. Find out more by clicking the button above.

Thank you again for your wonderful support and all the very best of luck, because real people really do win our R-r-r-raffle. You can see the lucky winners of our last raffle to prove it!

You can also play the Weather Lottery which helps raise valuable funds to support our work.

Please be aware that some credit card companies will charge a transaction fee when you purchase your chances from our raffle website. There is no such fee for payments by debit card.

For more information about the terms and conditions of our raffle, policies that apply, and ways to tackle problem gambling, see our Raffle and Lottery terms page.