Play our lottery – you could win up to £1,000!
Playing the lottery is a great way of helping the hospice as it gives us a regular income we can depend on. Many people look at their subscription as a way of making a regular donation to the hospice - with the added bonus that you might win one of 30 guaranteed weekly prizes.
Download our Wigan and Leigh Hospice Lottery Application Form here
Online sign-up will be available shortly!
How Playing Our Lottery Helps
The Hospice has to raise around £9,700 every day in order to provide our range of services.
Our lottery pays for almost 800 individual days of patient care on our inpatient unit and by joining you can enable us to do even more.
There are 30 prizes to be won every week.
There is a guaranteed top weekly prize of £1,000 with additional prizes of £250, £100, £75, £50 as well as five prizes of £25 and 20 prizes of £10.
How it works
Our lottery costs just £1 per week or double your chances with two numbers.
You'll be given a unique number which is yours to keep and every Friday 30 winning numbers will be drawn by a computer.
If your number is drawn you could win up to £1,000.
There's no need to claim or check the results as we'll send you a cheque in the post. However, the winning numbers will be published weekly on our website.
Hospice Lottery Canvasser
The Hospice employs canvassers to spread the reach of our Hospice Lottery.
Licensed by the Gambling Commission
Lottery operated by Wigan & Leigh Hospice, Kildare Street, Hindley, and Wigan WN2 3HZ. Licensed by the Gambling Commission under the gambling act 2005 (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk), Wigan & Leigh Hospice is a registered charity, number 513400.
Members of the lottery must be 16 years of age, or over. It is illegal to gamble under the age of 16 years.
The Responsible Gambling Trust
The Responsible Gambling Trust is committed to minimising the level of problem gambling and gambling-related harm in Britain through effective education and prevention techniques, which stop people getting into problems with their gambling, and ensuring that those that do develop problems receive fast and effective treatment and support. www.responsiblegamblingtrust.org.uk
Exiting the lottery
If you wish to leave the lottery please fill in the Self Exclusion Form.
You may also make a complaint to:
Independent Betting Adjudication Service
PO Box 62639