Play our Lottery

Win fabulous prizes in our Lottery…plus a Rollover of £2,400!

 

 

What could you do with an amazing cash prize?

There’s only one way to find out…play our lottery!

Our draw takes place at the end of each week, and you could be the person we call to congratulate! There’s a guaranteed top prize* of £1,000 in addition to the weekly Rollover.

How does it work?

Each entry costs just £1. You play for a minimum of 10 weeks – so that’s just £10.
Buy tickets online now, or if you would rather set up a direct debit or pay by cheque you can download an application form.

Once your payment is received you will be sent your own unique Willen Hospice Lottery draw number(s) and we’ll enter them into the draw each week. Winning numbers are selected at random by computer and prizes are mailed to winners automatically. You can also check the winning lottery numbers each week on our website.

What happens if I win?

If you win the main prize, we will contact you by phone to let you know. The winning numbers will be displayed in all our shops. If you have bought your ticket in one of our shops, please be sure to check your numbers here on our Results page. Please let us know if you have a winning ticket. You will have six months to claim your prize.  Please call 01908 303065 or email lottery@willen-hospice.org.uk for any other questions you may have.

How your support helps

This year, Lottery celebrates its 25th anniversary and with your help, we’ve raised over £6M in this period!

That’s the equivalent of covering the entire running costs of all our Hospice services for over a year. From helping to fund our lakeside IPU and care at home, to our Bereavement services, complementary therapy and more – your support is so hugely important in helping us provide our free care to those in our local community.

 

 

Other ways to support us

Scratchcards

If you have any scratchcards that you would like to claim the prizes on, please post them back to us, with your name and address, to:
Lottery Office, The Well, Newport Road, Willen, Milton Keynes, MK15 9AA

The last sale date on our existing Confetti Scratchcards has been extended to keep them valid for another year (up to 1 March 2022). Prizes can be claimed 28 days after this new date. If you have any queries please contact our Lottery Office on 01908 303065 or see our Terms and Conditions which are available to download below.

Read about our Summer Draw winner here

 

About our Lottery
*To play, you must be 16 or over.
Chances of winning: in 2019/2020 there were on average 8,152 lottery players per week.

Prize Structure: 1st prize: £1,000, 2nd prize: £100, 3rd prize: £50, 4th prize: £50, plus 20 prizes of £10, rollover increases by £200 weekly to a maximum prize of £5,000.

Responsible fundraising:

Promoter: Willen Hospice Ventures Ltd, Milton Road, Willen Village, Milton Keynes, MK15 9AB.
Responsible Person: L O’Gorman.
All proceeds donated by deed of covenant to Willen Hospice (registered charity number 270194).

Registered with the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk) under the Gambling Act 2005.
Willen Hospice is a member of the Hospice Lotteries Association. We are are committed to using Lotteries to fundraise in a responsible way, encourage responsible gambling and access to support if needed. Gambleaware and Gamcare provide support if required. Before placing your entry, please read
our Lottery-Terms-and-Conditions-2021.
Willen Hospice Ventures Limited is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4988. 

In a typical year...
£9
our cost, per minute
11,000
phone calls to patients at home
600
fabulous volunteers
700
patients cared for at home
3,200
home visits
300
patients at the hospice
18,000
of cups of tea
290
counselling sessions
We can only provide the care we do thanks to the incredible generosity of our community, through their continued volunteering, fundraising and donations throughout the year. Your donation will enable us to continue providing care and support to those facing a life-limiting diagnosis, and to support their loved ones.