OLBG Charity Scheme

What is the OLBG Charity Scheme?

The OLBG charity scheme allows our tipsters to donate their real money tipster winnings to our charity fund which will then be used to help sports related charities.

Charity Of The Month Is
Injured Jockeys Fund

For every £1 donated by tipsters, OLBG will also donate £1 to the fund therefore doubling the donation.
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How Do I donate?

If you are an OLBG member and have a positive real money balance then you will see a Claim Button under Real Money On the Status Page in the Members Area.

You can donate any amount (in units of £1) even if your balance is below £5.

Where does the money go?

We have identified a few sporting charities (see the menu in the top right) and are continuing to look for more. We focus on lesser known but highly deserving sporting charities.

If you have any suggestions then please email us.

Can I still withdraw cash for myself?

Yes. Just like before you can still request a cash withdrawal by Moneybookers or Paypal when your balance reaches £5 or more, but you can make charity donations if you have a balance of £1 or more.

Can I donate if I don't have tipster winnings?

Of course but we request you make your donations direct to the charity.

Amount Raised

Current Pot


Injured Jockeys Fund

Amount Raised By OLBG Members


£1000 Cheques Paid To Charities

HerosOct 2017

GreatwoodApr 2017

Retired Greyhounds TrustOct 2016

Injured Jockey FundApr 2016

HerosDec 2015

Great Football GiveawayMay 2015

HerosFeb 2014

Retired Greyhound TrustJul 2014

GreatwoodDec 2014

Injured Jockeys FundJul 2013

The Great Football GiveawayApr 2013

GreatwoodOct 2012

HerosMay 2012

Great Football GiveawayNov 2011

GreatwoodJun 2011

Great Football GiveawayJun 2010

HerosMay 2010

GreatwoodJan 2010

The Great Football GiveawayJul 2009

Wheel AppealNov 2008

Injured Jockeys FundSep 2008

Cricket Without BoundariesDec 2007

The Great Football GiveawaySep 2007

HerosAug 2007

Greatwood The Great Football Giveaway Sparks Wheel Appeal The Injured Jockek Fund Cricket Without Boundries Heros