Aylesbury's Florence Nightingale Hospice will benefit from lottery 'superdraw'

Aylesbury's Florence Nightingale Hospice charity is set to benefit from lottery 'superdraw' funds.

Thursday, 28th November 2019, 1:25 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th November 2019, 1:29 pm
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The Hospice Lottery Partnership has launched its annual Winter Superdraw to raise much needed funds to help support patients and families that are cared for by hospices including Florries.

Other hospices around this area which will benefit are: Michael Sobell Hospice Charity based in Northwood, Rennie Grove Hospice Care covering Herts and Bucks, South Bucks Hospice based in High Wycombe and The Hospice of St Francis based in Berkhamsted.

Every ticket sold includes a donation to hospices' work.

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Where your money could go

£5 can help to pay for a patient’s transport to a day hospice for therapeutic treatments and emotional support, £15 could help towards providing bereavement support for a family that have lost a loved one and £20 could help provide a complementary therapy session to bring comfort and relieve a patient’s symptoms.

The top prize in the draw is £2,000, second prize of £250, and a third prize of £100.

Anyone who buys their tickets before 25 November will also be entered in to a bonus Fast Reply Draw for the opportunity to win one of three £50 cash prizes.

A previous Superdraw winner said: “I support The Hospice Lottery to help raise funds for the wonderful work that my local hospices do. I never expected to win anything, let alone the top prize.”

Tickets cost £1 each and are available to buy online at hospicelottery.org.uk/superdraw or by calling The Hospice Lottery Partnership office on 01442 891459. Tickets are on sale until 10 January 2020 and the main draw takes place on 15 January 2020 which will get the New Year off to a great start for the lucky winners.