Birmingham Hospice is the new name for John Taylor Hospice, in Erdington and Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, in Selly Park. To find out more information about the merged hospices, please read the information here.
Now unified under one name, Birmingham Hospice, they care for more people than ever before. Their patients are at the heart of everything they do and have been throughout their combined 157-year history. From caring for those in their Inpatient Units, to providing vital day services in their Living Well Centres, and supporting families with personalised bereavement counselling, they take care of the community when they need them most.
From your very first game, you will raise vital funds that will support people in your local community living with a terminal diagnosis. Some examples of what your contribution could pay for are:
Registered Charity Number: 1156964
Each entry to the draw costs £1. Our draws are run every week of the year, usually on a Friday. You can either set up a membership to provide your chosen hospice with a regular and reliable income, every week of the year, or you can play as and when you want to, whatever suits you best!
Lottery fundraising is a really easy and fun way to provide hospices with an income that they can plan for the future with. You need to be 18 or over and living in Great Britain to take part.
Last year (April 2022-March 2023):
*Lottery Income that went towards charitable causes : £2,614,911.00 - 65.5%
*Lottery income that went on expenses : £1,177,430.00 - 29.5%
*Lottery income that went on prizes : £172,525.00 - 5.0%
Any prize = 1 in 344 tickets entered into the draw will win a prize.
These figures are estimated using current plays and figures and can vary slightly from each week. These are an approximate and can be updated at any time.
Please call us if you would rather set your lottery membership up over the phone 0800 285 1390.
When you join, we will allocate you with a lottery play number. Our draws are randomly drawn each Friday (with exception when this is a Bank Holiday, when it will take place the working day prior). You don’t need to check the results every week, although you can if you want to. If you win, we will contact you to let you know. If we have your email, your prize winnings will automatically go into your Your Hospice Lottery account; where you can then request a withdrawal, after which monies are then transferred into your bank account, or if you don’t have an email with us, a letter and cheque will be sent via post (please make sure that we have your up to date address).
|PLUS a rollover of £500 each week||up to a maximum of £25,000!|