You could win £2,000 in The Hospice Lottery Summer Superdraw
The Hospice Lottery has just launched its annual Summer Superdraw to help raise money for Michael Sobell Hospice and other local hospices.
By taking part, you could be in with a chance of winning a top prize of £2,000, as well as helping patients and their families who are in need of hospice care and support.
Tickets cost £1 each and are available to buy online between now and the 25 August.
Thank you for your support and good luck in the draw!
About our Lottery
Five local hospices form The Hospice Lottery Partnership (HLP) with all the profits equally split between the partners. Last year alone our share of the lottery topped £196,000 which helps fund our Patient and Family Support Team, offering support, advice and a listening ear. Since joining HLP in 2005, we have benefited from over £1.5 million from our lottery.
Play our Lottery
By playing The Hospice Lottery, you can make a difference to local people in need of hospice care.
We are part of The Hospice Lottery Partnership, a not-for-profit organisation that raises money for local charities with a weekly lottery and seasonal Superdraws.
Since joining The Hospice Lottery Partnership in 2005, we have benefitted from over £1.8million in funding, which has helped to make such a difference to the palliative care services that we are able to help support within the local community.
Taking part in The Hospice Lottery each week is a great way to help support us. Not only do you get the chance to win a top prize of £1,000 plus 114 other prizes in every draw, you will also be contributing to the many services that are provided by Michael Sobell Hospice.
What you could win:
Plus the bonus Rollover prize which can reach as much as £10,000!
There are several ways to play online:
• Set up a direct debit for as little as £4.34 a month
• Buy one-off tickets for this week’s draw
• Purchase a Gift Subscription for someone special
Tickets are also available to buy from all of our shops.
“I support The Hospice Lottery to help raise funds for the wonderful work that my local hospices do. I never expected to win anything, let alone the top prize.”