Our Hospice in the Home service relies on the regular income we get from local people playing the lottery. As part of this service our community nurse specialists give emotional support and practical advice to patients and families in their own homes across north Essex, using their expert knowledge in pain and symptom control to help people with incurable illness to live well with dignity.
There are a number of ways to sign up to play every week:
By direct debit for as little as £4.34 a month. Your first direct debit payment will include an additional £1 per play, this is to ensure that you are entered into every weekly draw, even if there are five week months. Sign up with Your Hospice Lottery
To pay by cheque please call our Your Hospice Lottery office 0800 285 1390 to arrange your membership. Please make cheques payable to Your Hospice Lottery (minimum £10) and send to our lottery office: Your Hospice Lottery, 6 The Atrium, Phoenix Square, Wyncolls Road, Colchester, CO4 9AS
You can also pay by debit card (minimum of £10). Sign up with Your Hospice Lottery or call our Your Hospice Lottery office on 0800 285 1390. (Because we are a lottery, we don’t accept credit cards)
Winning cheques are sent by post after the draw, so you don't need to make a claim for your prize if you win, but you can check your numbers on the Your Hospice Lottery website here
Our Your Hospice Lottery team work to recruit players from the local community. We rely on this activity to ensure we continue to sign up new players and receive this valuable income year on year. Since Covid-19, we have introduced telesales and have also recommenced face to face recruitment in venues and door to door to maintain this essential income.to maintain this essential income.
All numbers are checked against the Telephone Preference Service and precautions are taken to ensure there are no breaches of PECR (Privacy Electronic Communications Regulations).
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Whether you're a long-term supporter and feel like increasing your chances as the rollover gets higher, or you're just feeling lucky, you can purchase single tickets to enter into the draw for just one week. Each ticket costs £1 per entry.
The draw takes place every Friday - purchase your tickets before 9am the day before the draw to be entered, any tickets purchased after 9am on Thursday will be entered into the following Friday's draw.
You must be 18 or over to play Your Hospice Lottery. Please play responsibly. Responsible gambling support: www.begambleaware.org. Your Hospice Lottery is wholly owned by St Helena Hospice, a hospice working with other hospices to raise much needed funds. Promoter: St Helena Hospice trading as Your Hospice Lottery. St Helena Hospice Limited is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4685 - www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk
If you play Your Hospice Lottery in support of St Helena, you will have access to several discounts at a variety of local businesses ranging from take-out restaurants to home and beauty. Your Play & Save Discount Card will be sent by email and if you use it regularly enough, you could save more than your annual lottery membership!
Did you know that you can put yourself forward or nominate businesses to be a Your Hospice Lottery Play and Save partner?
Contact the Your Hospice Lottery office to get involved on 0800 285 1390.
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