Join the lottery that gives you a great chance to win AND an easy way to help fund our caring services, all for just £1 per week!
Jessie May are proud to be working with Local Hospice Lottery – a weekly lottery set up to provide financial support to adult and children’s hospices across Great Britain.
Playing the Local Hospice Lottery in support of Jessie May gives you a great chance of winning £2,000 every week – along with 152 other cash prizes – plus there’s a rollover that can reach as high as £25,000*! Players are also entered into two Super Draws every year (March and September) which have an additional guaranteed top prize of an incredible £10,000!
And as well as having a great chance to win, you will of course also be helping to make a real difference to local families in need of our help, as the Lottery provides a regular income we can rely on.
So it really is a win-win!
One entry costs just £1 per week, making it an easy and affordable way to support our caring work in the community. £1 per week might not seem like a lot, but it really does add up and make a big difference to the amount of care we are able to provide locally. In fact, over five years (from February 2019) we’re hoping to raise at least £250,000 through people like you playing the Local Hospice Lottery in support of Jessie May!
How to join
To join the Local Hospice Lottery right now, simply click here or call Freephone 0800 316 0645.
Prizes are issued automatically each week, so you don’t even need to worry about remembering to check your number(s) or claim any prizes. However, the weekly winning numbers are always available on the Local Hospice Lottery website here, or via Facebook here and Twitter here. The more people that join – the more we receive!
Jessie May is one of a number of hospices throughout Great Britain supported by Local Hospice Lottery and all profits are donated to hospice care. By sharing management costs and overheads, Local Hospice Lottery are able to offer both a larger prize fund to players (the biggest of any hospice lottery!) and provide more money for hospice care. Local Hospice Lottery will give between 50% and 80% of profits from individuals playing in support of The Jessie May Trust to The Jessie May Trust. For each £1 entry in the weekly draw Local Hospice Lottery gives an average of 60p to hospice care.
A full list of the charities supported, along with full terms and conditions and a guide on how to play, are available on the Local Hospice Lottery website, or upon request from ‘Freepost Local Hospice Lottery’.
To help us to recruit players, a team of paid fundraisers will be working in the local area both door-to-door and at venues. Each member of the team will be wearing a uniform and will have a Local Hospice Lottery photo identity card with them. You can view members of the team on the Local Hospice Lottery website by clicking here.
Thank you so much for helping and good luck in the weekly draws!
Have more questions?
If you’re still not sure, then head over to our FAQ’s Page to find the answers to some of the most common questions that we’ve had about supporting Jessie May through player the Lottery. Can’t find the answer to your question? Drop your question to firstname.lastname@example.org or call FREEPHONE 0800 3160645 to find out more.
* The £1,000 prize can roll over to a maximum of £25,000 (excluding Super Draw weeks where the £1,000 prize will always remain £1,000)!
Promoter: Local Hospice Lottery Ltd, North Court Road, Chelmsford CM1 7FH. Local Hospice Lottery Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Farleigh Hospice, (Registered Charity No. 284670), and has Company Registration No. 3226004. Local Hospice Lottery Ltd is licensed by the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk) under the Gambling Act 2005, licence 004716-N-100332-006 and is a member of the Hospice Lotteries Association and the Lotteries Council, who on behalf of their members make financial contributions to Gamble Aware, an independent charity tasked to fund research, education and treatment services to help to reduce gambling-related harms in Great Britain. Further support can be found at the Gamble Aware website www.begambleaware.org.