The Health Lottery is not part of the national lottery. It is an independent game which operates by coordinating 12 individual society lotteries. Each one is licensed by the Gambling Commission and represents a different region of the UK.
Tickets cost just £1 and drawings are held five times a week - Tuesday to Saturday. The funds raised by players are rotated across each of the 12 areas involved and are used to support public health causes which benefit the local community. Select a topic below to learn more about this innovative game.
Check the latest numbers here straight after every draw to see if you have won a prize! Results are usually published around 8pm.
To play the Health Lottery, simply pick five numbers between 1 and 50. Find out how to get your tickets online or from authorised retailers.
Find out your chances of winning the jackpot, or any other prize tier. Plus get information on how the odds are calculated.
Find out all you need to know about The Health Lottery. We've answered the most Frequently Asked Questions about the game.
Get the opportunity to win up to £25,000 every 3 minutes! Find out how you can get involved in this supplementary game.
The Health Lottery began in 2011. Take a look through this timeline of key changes and events that have taken place in the game.
By taking part in the Health Lottery, you are helping to support a number of vital public health initiatives across Great Britain. Find out more about some of them here.
All or Nothing is the latest lottery game brought to you by the Health Lottery. You can win £25,00 by matching either all 12 balls drawn, or none of them!