There are lots of great reasons to play our weekly lottery – not only will you be supporting our care, but you’ll also be in with the chance of winning one of 28 cash prizes every week!

Our weekly draw gives away a top prize of £1,000, as well as 27 other cash prizes. You’re ten times more likely to win £1,000 with us than with the National Lottery – and it’s half the price.

Your £1 a week means that we can be there for the people who need us most. In order to continue to deliver our services to the local community, we need to raise over £8 million every year – that’s well over £150,000 every week. After prizes and running costs, our lottery raised £411,111 in 2016/17 so your £1 really does makes a difference.

So please, join in today, and help us to continue to provide vital care in your community.

The Lottery’s contribution to Prospect Hospice

By law, all society lotteries must ensure that at least 20% of the proceeds of any lottery are applied to the purpose for which the charity exists. In the year 2017-18, after expenses and prizes, 61% of the proceeds from Prospect Hospices Lottery was applied to the provision of care by Prospect Hospice.

 

  • It only costs £1 per week to enter our lottery and it’s easy to pay by Direct Debit.
  • You have ten times more chance of winning £1,000 with us than on the National Lottery.
  • The draw takes place every Friday.
  • You will be given a lucky number and entered automatically into the draw every week.
  • If you’re a winner, we’ll post you a cheque – so you don’t even need to check your numbers! (Although you can check here if you’d like to).
  • It costs over £150,000 a week to run Prospect Hospice, so your £1 really does make a difference.
  • Last year, we cared for and supported more than 6,370 people (patients and those most important to them) in their homes, at the hospice in Wroughton, at our outreach centre at Savernake Hospital in Marlborough, and at the Great Western Hospital.
  • It costs more than 7.8 million per year to deliver all of our services, and less than one third of our funding (28.5%) come from the NHS and other statutory organisations.
  • All of our care is given free of charge to those who need it, thanks to the generous support of the community.