You may not become a millionaire by playing our fundraising lottery, but hospice care always wins!
In the draw each week lottery members not only could win a rollover jackpot or one of 111 guaranteed weekly prizes, but they are also directly helping hospice care.
Your Hospice Lottery is owned and run by St Helena Hospice and also raises money for seven other hospices across the country. At the time of joining, players choose which hospice to support with their entry and St Helena Hospice also receives a small income from these additional memberships for administering the lottery.
Alex Howe, Head of Lottery at St Helena Hospice, explains: “Because there are initial set up and running costs with a fundraising lottery, the hospices are working together so more funds can be used to support patients and their families at a difficult time – all the profit stays within the hospice world.
“Many people who play our lottery do so as a fun way of supporting the hospice. Our lottery isn’t going to make you rich, but waiting to see if you have won a little something is a fun way to end the week!”
Hospices may receive a small amount of funding from the government, but it is the generosity of hospice supporters and the communities they serve that makes all the difference in giving patients the best care possible and supporting their loved ones through difficult times.
Thanks to loyal players, the lottery raised around £5.2m for hospice care, which makes a massive difference to people living with life limiting and life threatening conditions.
And it’s cheaper that the National Lottery at just £1 per week! Your Hospice Lottery is an easy and fun way to support the hospice and every week lottery members have the chance to win one of 111 guaranteed prizes between £10 to £1,000 in the draw or even the rollover jackpot up to £10,000!
To join in the fun please pay online by direct debit or credit/debit card or telephone 0800 285 1390.
Lottery players must be 16 or over. Please gamble responsibly. Gambling support: gambleaware.co.uk
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