There’s a new £25,000 rollover jackpot on our Lottery!
What would you spend it on?
Pledging £1 to play in Your Hospice Lottery’s weekly draw, supporting Weldmar Hospicecare, will not only give you better odds of winning a cash prize, but you could win up to £25,000 in the rollover draw!
The rollover prize has increased from £250 to £500, up to a maximum of £25,000 and an extra 40 guaranteed £10 cash prizes have been introduced to the weekly draw. This exciting change to the prize fund takes effect from Friday 19th July. This means Your Hospice Lottery will now be creating 176 guaranteed winners every week (1 prize of £1,000 and 175 prizes of £10), plus a higher rollover prize!
We asked people in Dorchester what they would spend £25,000 on…
Ever since our first draw with Your Hospice Lottery last November, thanks to the generous support and loyalty of our players, the lottery has raised £100,500 for Weldmar Hospicecare and currently has over 4,800 players in the draw each week.
James O’Neill from Weldmar Hospicecare says every person who plays the Lottery will make a difference. “Currently, we need to raise £18,000 every day in order to provide our services to patients and their familes, both in the community and at our in-patient unit in Dorchester, and that figure is set to rise as we see increased demand for our support. Not only will anyone who signs up to play the Lottery help us towards that target, but they could also win up to £25,000, so what’s not to like!”.
Sally Thomas, Marketing Manager at Your Hospice Lottery, said: “We are really excited to be offering more weekly prizes and a bigger rollover prize for our players, which means they have a better chance of winning and a more attractive rollover jackpot. We could not increase the prize fund without the amazing support of our players and the fact that more people are playing the lottery in support of their chosen hospice than ever before. It is important that we keep enticing new members to join with bigger incentives as in turn that will mean more funds raised to support people living with incurable illness.”