Play the Local Hospice Lottery

Join the lottery that gives you a chance to win great cash prizes every week, PLUS an easy way to support Katharine House!

We’re proud to now be working with Local Hospice Lottery – a weekly lottery set up to provide financial support hospices across Great Britain.

Playing the Local Hospice Lottery in support of Katharine House gives you a chance to win £2,000 every single week – along with 200 other cash prizes. PLUS…there’s a rollover that can reach as high as £25,000![1]

Katharine House Hospice logo and the Local Hospice Lottery logo
Lottery 'Play Now' image. Image reads: A great chance of winning AND an easy way to help! Just £1 per entry. Play now!

Lottery Prizes

Players are also automatically entered into Super Draws, which take place every March, September and December, which have an additional guaranteed top prize of an incredible £10,000!

And as well as having a great chance to win, you will also be helping to make a real difference to local families in need of our help, as the Lottery provides regular income we can rely on.

Prizes are issued each week automatically, so you don’t even need to worry about remembering to check your number(s) or claim any prizes. However, you can always check the weekly winning numbers online.

How to Join the Lottery

Freephone

Join the lottery by calling
0800 316 0645

Why Support Us via Local Hospice Lottery?

Local Hospice Lottery is a hospice owned collaboration. By sharing one prize fund and set of administration costs, you can benefit from a larger prize fund (the biggest of any hospice lottery!) and more money can be raised for us here at Katharine House Hospice than if we continued to run our own lottery.

Further details: Prizes and how the Lottery works.

We are one of a number of hospices throughout Great Britain supported by Local Hospice Lottery. Local Hospice Lottery will give between 60% and 80% of profits from individuals playing in support of Katharine House Hospice to Katharine House Hospice. For each £1 entry in the weekly draw Local Hospice Lottery gives an average of 67p to hospice care. This is expected to be at least £1,000,000 over five years from April 2022. A full list of the hospices supported, along with Terms and Conditions, can be seen on the Local Hospice Lottery website or provided on request from ‘Freepost Local Hospice Lottery’.

Image reads: Weekly prize fund £5,200. Rollover can reach as high as £25,000! Plus, £10,000 super draws every March, September and December!

Fundraisers in the Local Area

To help 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. All authorised Fundraisers are paid by Local Hospice Lottery Ltd.

View members of the Local Hospice Lottery team.

Thank You

Thank you so much for helping and good luck in the weekly draws!

Lottery 'Play Now' image. Image reads: A great chance of winning AND an easy way to help! Just £1 per entry. Play now!

* 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)!

Graphic includes: (a) 18+ All players must be aged 18 or over; (b) BeGambleAware.org logo with the message to 'play the Local Hospice Lottery responsibly'; and (c) Registered with Fundraising Regulator image.Promoter: Local Hospice Lottery Ltd, North Court Road, Chelmsford CM1 7FH. Local Hospice Lottery Ltd is registered in England and Wales (Company No. 3226004) at Farleigh Hospice, North Court Road, Chelmsford CM1 7FH and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Farleigh Hospice (Registered Charity No. 284670).

Local Hospice Lottery Ltd is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4716 and is a member of the Hospice Lotteries Association and the Lotteries Council through whom Local Hospice Lottery makes annual contributions to GambleAware (the leading charity in the UK committed to reducing gambling-related harms). For more information and advice, visit www.begambleaware.org.