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Play for Purpose Charity Lottery

We've partnered with Play For Purpose, the not-for-profit lottery, that gives you the chance to win great prizes and help us raise funds to support children with cancer, and their families.

Make vroom for a $250K Prize Pack!

You could WIN an Audi SQ5, fuel for a year and $125,000 in cashable gold!

There are hundreds of other prizes to be won for decking your house out with furniture, home entertainment and more - thanks to vouchers from leading retailers such as JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Mitre 10 and Travel Club!

Tickets cost $10 each and the Childhood Cancer Association will receive a minimum of $5 from every ticket purchased. The remaining $5 will go back into funding the amazing prizes.

Play For Purpose is the ultimate Win-Win raffle!

NOW OPEN - Game 10 - Closing 11 March 2021

BUY TICKETS NOW



Help us Sell Tickets

Interested in supporting Childhood Cancer Association, while giving your friends and family the chance to win amazing prizes? Become a Play for Purpose Fundraising Champion!

You'll be given a dedicated fundraising web page where you can tell your story, set your fundraising goal, and sell Play For Purpose tickets on behalf of our cause. It’s fun, easy and entirely free to sign up, and a minimum of $5 from every $10 ticket you sell will go directly to supporting families in need!

Think you’ve got what it takes to be our Champion?  Click here.


AutoPlay Bonus

You could win a BONUS $1,000 gift card for you and $1,000 for the Childhood Cancer Association if you subscribe to AutoPlay. You'll also guarantee your entry into every Play for Purpose Raffle. That means you'll never have to fill in another form and you never miss a chance to win!

Don't worry, you can manage your subscription anytime. 

Find out more.



Previous Winners

View past draw results, by entering your ticket number at this dedicated webpage.


Watch Thomas’s Story

Watch this 5 minute film where Chris Hartley talks through his family’s journey after his son’s diagnosis of a brain tumour and the support he received from the Childhood Cancer Association.

View film

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