Our vision is to grow the National Lottery responsibly, making it bigger, better and safer for all, with more to good causes.
Bigger because we will significantly increase Good Causes contributions by the end of the Fourth Licence through responsible growth of people playing.
Better because we will modernise technology and operations, refresh games and support shops while improving the use of data and digital.
Safer because participant protection underpins everything we do.
What is unique about us?
Our preparations to transform the National Lottery will be a once-in-a-lifetime type of project in the lottery industry, anywhere in the world. Join our journey to create a new experience for the National Lottery and help us to power change for the greater good.
In Allwyn, the National Lottery will have an operator that has social value at its heart. We will raise more funding for Good Causes, while running our own business in an environmentally and socially responsible way. That’s why we have committed to an ambitious Social Value framework, which is woven into the way we do business. We believe that lotteries must serve everyone across society, not just those who play. So whether as an employee, a supplier, a retailer or any of the stakeholders that we interact with, we will be powering good across the UK.
Our goal is to create one of the UK’s most inclusive organisations – where people can bring the best of themselves, to do their best work, every day, for the benefit of good causes.
We are working to make the National Lottery truly accessible in a safe way, whether as a player, a retailer or an employee. We are proud to have been a partner with Purple since 2021 to support our work to embed accessibility into everything we do. Purple has carried out an accessibility audit on our office in Watford, is working with us to have truly inclusive workplace policies, and we have exciting plans to do so much more to make our games, both in-store and online, safely accessible.
Come and help us shape what the future of the National Lottery could look like.
“I became an amputee in 2021 and I struggled to find my place back in the working world until Allwyn welcomed me with open arms. They have always focused on what I bring to the table and it is apparent that my disability is not what defines me within the company, but my skill. Allwyn has a noticeable strong focus on accessibility and inclusion, which makes me feel seen and like I have found a permanent home for my career.” Lorna Jeanes, Transition Co-ordinator.