Local Hospice Lottery

Sign up to the Local Hospice Lottery today and for as little as £5 per month you can win amazing cash prizes and directly fund lasting care for your community, when and where it is needed the most.

To date, our amazing Local Hospice Lottery players have raised over an incredible £2.1 million for patient and family care and counting! Now that is certainly something to celebrate!


By joining our Local Hospice Lottery community, not only will you be creating ongoing lasting impact for patient and family care, you also have the chance to win some amazing prizes every week!

Be part of a caring community raising millions of pounds for those in need.



  • You could 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*!
  • And players are automatically entered into Super Draws, which take place every March, September and December, and have an additional guaranteed top prize of £10,000!

The Local Hospice Lottery – an amazing weekly lottery set up to provide financial support to adult and children’s hospices across Great Britain. The Lottery provides regular income we can rely on and a chance to win prizes, so, it really is a win-win!

Thank you for making such an incredible impact for your local community! To join the Local Hospice Lottery right now, just click here, or call Freephone 0800 316 0645. To find out more, click here.

For information on how we notify winners, please check below.

*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)
How are winners notified

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 or via Facebook and Twitter. 

The more people that join – the more we receive! 

What's the benefit to Dorothy House

Local Hospice Lottery is a hospice owned collaboration. By sharing one prize fund and set of administration costs, players can benefit from a larger prize fund (the biggest of any hospice lottery!) and more money can be raised for Dorothy House than if we ran our own lottery. 

Further detail about prizes and how the Lottery works is available here. 

Dorothy House Hospice Care is one of a number of hospices throughout Great Britain supported by Local Hospice Lottery. Local Hospice Lottery will give between 55% and 80% of profits from individuals playing in support of Dorothy House Hospice Care to Dorothy House Hospice Care. This is expected to be at least £2,700,000 over five years from April 2020.

In 2020, for each £1 entry, Local Hospice Lottery gave an average of 68p to Dorothy House. 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’. 

Local representatives

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. You can view members of the team on the Local Hospice Lottery website by clicking here. All authorised Fundraisers are paid by Local Hospice Lottery Ltd. 

Promoter information

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

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