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Play Fund Win

The revolutionary digital raffle platform that makes fundraising
simple for sports clubs, events and charities.

Prizes given to date

£200k

Monies raised for good causes

£300k

Live Draws

How much could you raise?

Use our simple calculator to forecast how much your good cause could raise based on the 50:50 split.*

Ticket Price
£
£2
£20
Draw Frequency
Daily
Annually
Number of players
100
5,000
Annual amount raised for cause 42.5% of the total amount

£27625

Annual amount raised for cash prizes 42.5% of the total amount

£27625

*after operating costs deducted

What is
Play Fund Win?

It’s time to tear up those paper raffle slips and join the revolution – raise thousands for your club, charity or good cause using our simple online raffle platform.

We make fundraising easy by taking the hassle out of licensing, allowing sports clubs, events and charities of all sizes to raise money easily.

Our draws ensure a minimum of half of the profits go to charities or good causes, and that every draw has a jackpot prize, the value of which increases with every entry.

Want to find out more about raising money for your cause?

Don’t worry, we’ll only message you occasionally about Play Fund Win, we hate spam too.

How it works

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Choose your favourite cause and play now.

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Fund good causes and grassroots sport.

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Win a guaranteed cash prize on every draw.

Contact us to host a draw for your favourite cause:

Who can host Play Fund Win draws?

Grassroots Sports Teams

Raising funds to offset operating costs and encourage participation in sport.

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Professional Teams

Raising funds for the clubs charitable foundations or junior academies associated with them.

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Musicians

Raising funds for charities they are patrons of, or that they want to support.

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Venues

Raising funds to support local good causes.

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Event Organisers

Using the events they run as a vehicle for raising funds for local charities they support.

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Schools and Youth Groups

Organisations who want to host digital draws to raise vital funds.

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  • Grassroots Sports Teams

    Raising funds to offset operating costs and encourage participation in sport. Learn more
  • Professional Teams

    Raising funds for the clubs charitable foundations or junior academies associated with them. Learn more
  • Musicians

    Raising funds for charities they are patrons of, or that they want to support. Learn more
  • Venues

    Raising funds to support local good causes. Learn more
  • Event Organisers

    Using the events they run as a vehicle for raising funds for local charities they support. Learn more
  • Schools and Youth Groups

    Organisations who want to host digital draws to raise vital funds. Learn more

Want to find out more about raising money for your cause?

Don’t worry, we’ll only message you occasionally about Play Fund Win, we hate spam too.

About Us

We are passionate about making a difference to people’s lives, and providing them with the tools to raise the funds they need to make a positive impact.

Play Fund Win was started in 2019 by three friends with a passion for sport, events and tech, who are on a mission to raise millions of pounds for good causes and charities using our revolutionary digital raffle platform. By digitising paper-based raffles, we make hosting a draw easy, and make fundraising fun and engaging.

Play our draws. Fund good causes. Win cash prizes.

News and Examples

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The revolutionary digital raffle platform that makes fundraising simple for
sports clubs, events and charities

Grassroots Sports Teams

Raising funds to offset operating costs and encourage participation in sport.

Example:

Rotherham Town Juniors FC (RTJFC)

  • RTJFC have 11 teams, ranging from under 7s, to under 17s.
  • The club has 165 members.
  • Draws are staged at every home game with tickets costing £2 to enter.
  • Total entries = c250 entries per draw
    (including family, friends and opposition).
  • Total money retained by RTJFC = c£212.50.
  • Total prize money won per draw = c£212.50.

If the club stage 26 draws a year, they would raise £5,525 from Play Fund Win which is enough to cover all pitches, referees, U11s, nets and the majority of new kits.

Professional Teams

Raising funds for the club's charitable foundation or junior academy.

Example:

Manchester United

  • Manchester United's average home attendance is c70,000 at every match.
  • In this example 20% of the crowd purchase a £5 ticket for a draw staged at half time.
  • Total entries = c14,000.
  • Total money retained by Manchester United Foundation. = c£32,375.
  • Total prize money won by somebody in the Stadium = c£32,375.

If the club stages 19 draws a year (at all Premier League home games), they would raise £565,250 from Play Fund Win per season... and that is just from people in the stadium. With the global reach of Manchester United their entries-per-draw could be significantly higher.

Musicians

Looking to raise funds for charities they want to support.

Example:

Ed Sheeran Tour

  • Ed Sheeran's 2018 UK tour was attended by 1,000,000 people.
  • He played 20 nights in 6 cities (avg. 50,000 per night).
  • In this example, a draw is staged each night with each entry being £10. 25% of attendees purchase a ticket.
  • Ed will nominate a local charity of his choice. The chosen charity will be the beneficiaries of that nights funds raised.
  • Total entries per night - 12,500 (total revenue per night - £125,000).
  • Prize won by somebody in the stadium, per night - £53,125.
  • Funds raised for Ed's charities, per night - £53,125.
  • Total funds raised for Ed's charities across the tour
    - £1,062,500.

Somebody in the crowd wins £53,125 every night!

Venues

That want to raise funds to support local good causes.

Example:

Manchester Arena (ASM Global)

  • Manchester Arena welcomes c1,000,000 paying visitors annually.
  • In this example, 25% of attendees take part, paying £5 each to enter.
  • Manchester Arena nominates a number of charities which it wishes to support (on some occasions they would also let the artist playing nominate charities too).
  • Total entries at Manchester Arena draws per year = 250,000.
  • Total entry fees = £1,250,000.
  • Total monies for good causes = £531,250.
  • If done at 100 events per year, somebody in the arena walks away with over £5,000 per night.

Event Organisers

Raising funds to support amazing charities.

Example:

Glastonbury Festival

  • Glastonbury Festival welcomes c200,000 paying visitors annually and supports a wide range of charities, including Oxfam and Water Aid. Each day the nominated charity would host the draw.
  • In this example, the entry fee for the Glastonbury Festival draw would be £10, and 25% of attendees take part.
  • Total entries = 50,000.
  • Total entry fees = £500,000.
  • Total monies for good causes = £425,000.
  • Total prize fund to be won by festival attendees = £425,000.

Youth Organisations

Helping youth groups raise vital funds to support their incredible work with young people.

Example:

Girlguiding UK

  • Girlguiding UK has over 500,000 paying members. For administrative purposes, the country is split in to 6 regions.
  • For this example, each region hosts a monthly draw, which gets 50,000 entries @ £5 per entry.
  • Regional revenue, per month = £250,000.
  • Total monthly revenue (multiplied by 6 regions) = £1.5m per month.
  • Total monies for good causes = £637,500.
  • Total monies retained by Girlguiding UK per month = £637,500.
  • Annual amount raised for Girlguiding UK = £637,500.

Grassroots Sports Teams

Raising funds to offset operating costs and encourage participation in sport.

Example:

Rotherham Town Juniors FC (RTJFC)

  • RTJFC have 11 teams, ranging from under 7s, to under 17s.
  • The club has 165 members.
  • Draws are staged at every home game with tickets costing £2 to enter.
  • Total entries = c250 entries per draw
    (including family, friends and opposition).
  • Total money retained by RTJFC = c£212.50.
  • Total prize money won per draw = c£212.50.

If the club stage 26 draws a year, they would raise £5,525 from Play Fund Win which is enough to cover all pitches, referees, U11s, nets and the majority of new kits.

Professional Teams

Raising funds for the club's charitable foundation or junior academy.

Example:

Manchester United

  • Manchester United's average home attendance is c70,000 at every match.
  • In this example 20% of the crowd purchase a £5 ticket for a draw staged at half time.
  • Total entries = c14,000.
  • Total money retained by Manchester United Foundation. = c£32,375.
  • Total prize money won by somebody in the Stadium = c£32,375.

If the club stages 19 draws a year (at all Premier League home games), they would raise £565,250 from Play Fund Win per season... and that is just from people in the stadium. With the global reach of Manchester United their entries-per-draw could be significantly higher.

Musicians

Looking to raise funds for charities they want to support.

Example:

Ed Sheeran Tour

  • Ed Sheeran's 2018 UK tour was attended by 1,000,000 people.
  • He played 20 nights in 6 cities (avg. 50,000 per night).
  • In this example, a draw is staged each night with each entry being £10. 25% of attendees purchase a ticket.
  • Ed will nominate a local charity of his choice. The chosen charity will be the beneficiaries of that nights funds raised.
  • Total entries per night - 12,500 (total revenue per night - £125,000).
  • Prize won by somebody in the stadium, per night - £53,125.
  • Funds raised for Ed's charities, per night - £53,125.
  • Total funds raised for Ed's charities across the tour
    - £1,062,500.

Somebody in the crowd wins £53,125 every night!

Venues

That want to raise funds to support local good causes.

Example:

Manchester Arena (ASM Global)

  • Manchester Arena welcomes c1,000,000 paying visitors annually.
  • In this example, 25% of attendees take part, paying £5 each to enter.
  • Manchester Arena nominates a number of charities which it wishes to support (on some occasions they would also let the artist playing nominate charities too).
  • Total entries at Manchester Arena draws per year = 250,000.
  • Total entry fees = £1,250,000.
  • Total monies for good causes = £531,250.
  • If done at 100 events per year, somebody in the arena walks away with over £5,000 per night.

Event Organisers

Raising funds to support amazing charities.

Example:

Glastonbury Festival

  • Glastonbury Festival welcomes c200,000 paying visitors annually and supports a wide range of charities, including Oxfam and Water Aid. Each day the nominated charity would host the draw.
  • In this example, the entry fee for the Glastonbury Festival draw would be £10, and 25% of attendees take part.
  • Total entries = 50,000.
  • Total entry fees = £500,000.
  • Total monies for good causes = £425,000.
  • Total prize fund to be won by festival attendees = £425,000.

Youth Organisations

Helping youth groups raise vital funds to support their incredible work with young people.

Example:

Girlguiding UK

  • Girlguiding UK has over 500,000 paying members. For administrative purposes, the country is split in to 6 regions.
  • For this example, each region hosts a monthly draw, which gets 50,000 entries @ £5 per entry.
  • Regional revenue, per month = £250,000.
  • Total monthly revenue (multiplied by 6 regions) = £1.5m per month.
  • Total monies for good causes = £637,500.
  • Total monies retained by Girlguiding UK per month = £637,500.
  • Annual amount raised for Girlguiding UK = £637,500.