The Norfolk Hospice is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its Lottery. The first Lottery draw took place back on the 4th October 2002 and since then it has raised over £3 million enabling the Hospice to provide vital care for people in the local area living with life-shortening illnesses.

a group of ladies with balloons and a cake

We are truly grateful to all of our fantastic lottery supporters – we simply wouldn’t be where we are now without them!

Chloe Buttery, Lottery Manager at the Hospice said

We are truly grateful to all of our fantastic lottery supporters, past and present.  Playing our lottery is a fun way to support the Hospice, not only are players helping our patients but they could also win a prize.

There are eight cash prizes up for grabs every week; the top prize is £1000. It costs just £1 per week to play and all profits are used to provide care and support to people in the local community either at the Hospice or in people’s own homes.

If you would like to support the Hospice by playing the lottery please call the Lottery and Fundraising office on 01485 601701 or visit the Lotttery page for more information.