About our Lottery

Six local hospices form The Hospice Lottery Partnership (HLP) with all the profits (over £7.5 million since 1997) equally split between the partners. Last year alone our share of the lottery topped £194,000 which is the equivalent of funding our Day Centre for a whole year! Since joining HLP in 2005, we have benefited from over £1.2 million from our lottery.

Joining the weekly draw for only £1 a week is a fantastic way to support local hospice care. Not only do you get the chance to win a top prize of £1,000 every week, but you will also be directly contributing to the many services we offer at Michael Sobell Hospice.

Each week, our Lottery gives you a chance to win:

For more information, please contact the Hospice Lottery

Tel: 01442 891459
Email: info@hospicelottery.org.uk
Website: www.hospicelottery.org.uk

HLP supporters have been raising funds through the weekly draw and bi-annual Superdraws since 1997 and have funded over £9.7 million of hospice care. Each year, the Superdraw’s raise a combined total of approximately £100,000 which is a staggering amount of money and enough to fund over 3,600 hours of specialist nursing care.

News from our lottery

Many of you already play our weekly lottery, for which we are truly grateful. And we are always delighted when a local supporter wins a prize. As did an extremely lucky Mr C from Rickmansworth who won the £10,000 rollover earlier this year.

“I have never won anything before and was absolutely shocked when the lady from the lottery called to say I had won so much money," said Mr Coles. “I am calling it my taxi fund. I gave up my car last year and it’s quite a hike to the bus stop, so this will mean we can get a taxi whenever we want without having to worry about the expense.  I am also planning a few treats for the rest of the family.

"My wife was treated for cancer a few years ago and we also very sadly lost our daughter-in-law to cancer, so we know first-hand the wonderful care and support that Michael Sobell Hospice provides, to not only their patients but the rest of the family too. Joining the lottery seemed like a great way to help raise funds."