People's Postcode Lottery

Carers Trust is delighted to have the support of the players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Since 2017, players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised over £3,000,000 through the Postcode Care Trust to provide vital support to unpaid carers.

This invaluable support will transform the help we can offer unpaid carers, providing grants to individuals and enabling us to kick-start vital projects:

Young Carers Futures

Thanks to support from players, Carers Trust was able to launch a new pilot internship programme for young adult carers. 13 young adult carers across the UK were employed for 12 weeks in a range of different paid roles; including Policy & External Affairs, Fundraising, Grants & Programmes, Communications, and Young & Young Adult Carers. This was designed to help young adult carers understand the workplace, gain experience and skills, and connect with our partners such as People’s Postcode Lottery, as well as other employers on a range of skills development opportunities.

Volunteers from People’s Postcode Lottery delivered workshops to the Interns, supporting in their development.

Since completing their internships, our Interns have gone on to secure employment and freelance work, continued with their education, and started volunteering with other charities.

Carers Grants

Support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery also contributes to our essential Carers Funds grants programme. 

Tina received a grant to take a 2-day make up and beauty course. Tina said:

“Please pass my thanks on to People’s Postcode Lottery as without them I wouldn’t be able to do this course. Learning how to apply makeup will boost my confidence and maybe with lots of practice I can even do this in the future as a career.”

Thank you to players of People’s Postcode Lottery for their support of Carers Trust today and throughout the year. Recent funding is awarded by Postcode Care Trust, who People’s Postcode Lottery manage lotteries for. 

Celebrating the players of People's Postcode Lottery support

Danyl Johnson talking to an older woman who is seated in a chair

"We are thrilled to be supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Three in five of us will become carers and anyone can become a carer at any point in their lives. It’s therefore vital that help and support are available when it is most needed. Some of the money raised by players will fund breaks for groups of carers, this is an excellent way to tackle loneliness among carers as well as helping them meet people with similar experiences.”

Svetlana Kirov, Executive Director of Fundraising, Carers Trust

Three people in chairs talking to Danyl Johnson, more people in background

“Carers Trust provides vital support to carers and allows them respite in a role that can often be very lonely. I am delighted that funding raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery is enabling Carers Trust to continue to offer this fantastic service.”

Laura Chow, Head of Charities at People’s Postcode Lottery

Information about People’s Postcode Lottery

  • People’s Postcode Lottery manages lotteries on behalf of 20 Postcode Trusts.  People play with their chosen postcodes for a chance to win cash prizes. A minimum of 33% from each subscription goes directly to charities and good causes in Britain and internationally. Players have raised more than £750 million so far. For details of the charities and good causes which are promoting and benefitting from the lottery draws, please visit
  • It costs £10 a month to play and winning postcodes are announced every day. The maximum amount a single ticket can win is 10% of the draw proceeds. For details, please visit
  • New players can sign up to pay using direct debit by calling 0808 10 9 8 7 6 5. New players who sign up online at can pay using direct debit, debit card or PayPal.
  • People's Postcode Lottery Limited is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licence numbers: 000-000829-N-102511 and 000-000829-R-102513. Registered office: 2nd Floor, 31 Chertsey Street, Guildford, Surrey, England, GU1 4H.
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