The Hospice Lottery Partnership has now distributed over £15 million of funding to its partner charities since 1997, thanks to the wonderful supporters who take part in the weekly lottery or biannual Superdraws.
David Griffiths, CEO of The Hospice Lottery Partnership, said: “We could not have achieved this milestone without our loyal long-term players, whose ongoing support helps to ensure that our partner charities are able to continue providing their specialist care and services to thousands of patients and their families.
“The last year has been particularly challenging and we have been touched by the generosity and compassion that our players have shown in response, which makes this announcement feel even more significant. On behalf of everyone here at The Hospice Lottery Partnership, I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to every player for helping to make a difference to so many people at an incredibly difficult time in their lives.”
Supporters of The Hospice Lottery raise money via a weekly lottery and seasonal Superdraws.
The weekly lottery has some great prizes to be won with a top prize of £1,000, a bonus rollover prize that can reach £10,000, plus 113 other cash prizes.
To find out how to play in the weekly draw as well as information on the recently launched Superdraw please visit the web page here.
As a not-for-profit organisation, all The Hospice Lottery Partnership’s profits go directly towards helping to fund medical and palliative care at:
- Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity
- Harlington Hospice
- Michael Sobell Hospice
- Raise, West Herts Hospitals Charity
- Rennie Grove Hospice Care
- South Bucks Hospice
- The Hospice of St Francis.