We run two Superdraws a year as a way to raise additional funds for our partner hospices.
We appreciate your compassion for those in need of hospice care, and through your generous support of the Superdraw you will be helping to raise extra funds to support many people in the local community.
Tickets cost £1 each, and every ticket you buy really does make a difference to our partner hospices.
What can you win?
Fast Reply bonus draw
As a little thank you for taking part, if you buy your tickets before 15 May you will also be entered in to an extra draw to win a £10 Marks & Spencer gift card. There are ten to be won!
Please enter now.
Winners for the Fast Reply Draw will be drawn on 18 May 2017, and winners for the main Summer Superdraw Draw will be drawn on 12 July 2017.
Our Rollover has reached £10,000 and must be won this Friday!
Buy your tickets before 4pm on Thursday 6th April!
Our #rollover is up to an incredible £9800 this Friday!
And don’t forget the guaranteed weekly prize of £1000 – last week’s winner was speechless when we told her.
She lost her daughter to cancer several years ago and knows the wonderful care that hospices provide so chose to support them by playing The Hospice Lottery.
She had to have extensive dental work done recently and in doing so couldn’t afford a holiday. So she was most happy that she would now be able to afford to go away later in the year.
What would YOU spend your winnings on? Buy your tickets before 4pm on Thursday 30th March.
Huge Congratulations to the winners of our Christmas Superdraw!
The first prize of £5,000 goes to Mr D B from Slough
2nd prize – Mrs A M from High Wycombe
3rd prize – Mr A F from Berkhamsted
4th prize – Mrs J C from Aylesbury
5th prize – Mrs J R from Luton
A Big Thank You to everyone who bought tickets – you raised over £54,145 for our Partner Hospices.
Dr Ros Taylor, MBE, National Director of Hospice Care at Hospice UK, was Hospice Director of one of our partner hospices, The Hospice of St Francis, for many years.
Recently, she wrote a blog post for Channel 5 News which sums up the amazing work that hospices do and why we need to support our local hospices.
Read it here.