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You could win up to $250,000 in cash while supporting animals in need in B.C.

This year’s BC SPCA Spring Lottery includes a 50/50 pot of up to $500,000, as well as 31 cash prizes totalling $125,000, to be won!
Tickets are available now!

The BC SPCA Lottery for animals in need is back and bigger than ever this spring!

By buying a lottery ticket, you will help BC SPCA in their efforts to help homeless, abused, neglected, and injured animals in the province — and could potentially put thousands of extra dollars in your pocket.

“With 31 cash prizes totalling $125,000 to be won, plus a bonus 50/50 pot up to $500,000, there are now more ways than ever to win big and help animals too,” says Tess Repenning, BC SPCA senior manager, digital giving. “Last year the 50/50 tickets sold out in record time, and we expect them to sell out quickly again this year.”

Tickets for the lottery start at $30 each, with three tickets for $60, or six tickets for $90, also available. 

Tickets for the 50/50 draw are $10 each, with three tickets for $25, and six tickets for $40 up for purchase as well.

The deadline for the early bird prize of $10,000 is May 7, and the final tickets sales deadline is May 18.

All funds generated by the Spring Lottery will go towards providing rescue, shelter, and medical care for animals in need through the BC SPCA. When you play, the animals always win!

Spring Lottery and 50/50 tickets will go quickly, so get yours today! For tickets and for more information, visit or call 1.855.205.5998. Ticket purchasers must be 19+ and tickets can only be sold in B.C.

A non-profit organization funded primarily by public donations, the BC SPCA’s mission is to prevent animal cruelty and to promote the welfare of animals through a wide range of services, including cruelty investigations, emergency rescue and treatment, sheltering and adoption of homeless and abused animals, humane education, advocacy, farm animal welfare, spay/neuter programs, and wildlife rescue and rehabilitation.

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