By signing up to our lottery you could be one of our 13 winners!
For just £1 per entry, you could join our Bury Hospice Lottery, and be in with a chance to win £1000 every week! Our valuable lottery members help to raise essential money for the Hospice. This allows us to continue providing free, high quality care for patients and their families.
To play, simply complete complete our Standing Order form and return to the Lottery Department, Bury Hospice, Rochdale Old Road, Bury. BL9 7RG.
Once we receive your Standing Order form we will set up your membership. If you have any questions please call our lottery team on 0161 763 1893.
Bury Hospice Lottery is just one of the ways you can help to raise money for our hospice.
The winners of each prize are randomly selected by a verified random number generator. The exact likelihood of winning a prize varies each week depending on how many members are in the draw that particular week. However the current likelihood is in the range of a 1 in 420 chance to a 1 in 430 chance.
In the 2020-2021 financial year, the Bury Hospice Lottery generated an income of £356,507. Of this, £179,930 (50.5%) went directly to Bury Hospice, £68,150 (19%) was paid out on lottery prizes, and the remaining £108,427 (30.5%) was spent on administering the lottery.
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We are currently running lottery recruitment campaigns with SEC Fundraising Ltd. Our lottery representatives are out and about, knocking on doors and visiting venues, to grow our membership of lottery players.
We are confident that they will always uphold our fundraising integrity and will stop if you say “no” or if there is any worry over the vulnerability of the person they are speaking to.
If you receive a knock at the door or are approached by one of our representatives and would like to provide some feedback, it will be very welcome.
If you have any queries, please contact our Lottery Office on: 0161 763 1893 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lottery representatives working in the community are pictured below:
Chris Harding - (ID 2022)
Jean Avery - (ID No. 2016)