Play our Spring Superdraw

We’re giving you the chance to win 125 fantastic prizes – including our grand prize of £2,019, second prize of £500 and third prize of £250 as well as 100 prizes of £10.

We've sent tickets for the Spring Superdraw to our supporters in the post, but we want to make sure everyone has the chance to win big! You can join in simply by clicking above and buying your tickets online.

Tickets are just £1, and each ticket you buy helps us reach the people who will call on us for help during 2019.

Your ticket cost could go to help someone who has chosen to spend their final days at home, and is being supported by our Hospice at Home service. Hospice at Home allows us to give very best care to terminally-ill patients in their own homes overnight – when the services that people rely on in the day simply aren’t available.

Last year we cared for 916 patients through Hospice at Home, and the demand for our services continues to grow. It costs £44.95 for a Hospice at Home nurse to spend an hour with a patient at home and we get less than 40p from every £1 we need from the government. That means we must rely on our local community - the people we care for – for help.

Please buy your tickets online for your chance to win, and to help us be there for everyone who needs us.

If you prefer, you can call into the hospice to buy your tickets. Just be sure to complete the ticket stub so we can let you know if you're a lucky winner!!

Or we can send tickets out to you. Please give us a call on 01253 359362.

We’ll draw the raffle on Friday 12th April 2019, so make sure you send your ticket stubs to us by Friday 5th April 2019. We’ll let you know if you are one of the lucky winners! We’ll also put all the winning numbers on our website.

We have our fingers crossed that you’ll be one of our winners.

Did you know?

There's something unique about hospice care, but we sometimes get mixed up with other charities and there are still lots of people who think hospices are part of the NHS. Our services cost over £7 million a year to run and around £5 million of that comes from local peoples' voluntary donations. It's the generosity of our community that keeps our doors open.

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