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Care this Christmas with Pilgrims Hospices Lottery

Posted on 5 October 2017

Care this Christmas with Pilgrims Hospices Lottery

Pilgrims Hospices Lottery annual draws raise thousands for local hospice care. This year, the Care this Christmas Superdraw gives you the chance to win amazing cash prizes whilst supporting Pilgrims at the same time.


Pilgrims Hospices Lottery Manager, Shiralee Riddell, said: “By entering our Superdraw you could win £2,000, £750, £500, one of two £250 Super Seller prizes or even one of 10 £50 prizes in our fast entry draw. With Christmas just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to try your luck – you could treat yourself to a lovely holiday or something special for your family.

“Thanks to our supporters, over the years we’ve been able to introduce new services like our Wellbeing and Social Programme, Hospice at Home and community and outreach services. Pilgrims plays such an important part in serving our east Kent community, but we couldn’t continue without our fantastic supporters.”

How to play

Care this Christmas Superdraw tickets are £1 and players must be over 16.

The closing date for the main draw is 7 December 2017; the main draw will take place on 14 December 2017.

To order your Care this Christmas Superdraw tickets today, email carethischristmas@pilgrimshospices.org with your name and address, call the Lottery team on 01227 379 741 or the Hotline on 01628 511 701.

Tickets will also be available at our three hospice receptions in Ashford, Canterbury and Thanet, so keep your eyes peeled.


Your support is vital in helping Pilgrims to provide skilled, compassionate care to people across east Kent. More than £250,000 was raised in our last four draws and this year, with your help, we hope to raise even more.

If you or your family are experiencing Pilgrims care, find out about the support Pilgrims can offer through our Wellbeing and Social Programme.

 


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