Raffle & Lottery

Which one suits your organisation best? Why not let your staff pick?

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What is St Oswald’s Annual Raffle?

We can bring tickets to you to buy or sell to colleagues, family and friends on our behalf. We can also arrange an Annual Raffle stand at your organisation – if you have the space, we can even bring the car along to attract attention!

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How can I win?

Buy a ticket (or even a book of tickets!) and we’ll enter you in the draw to win one of the fantastic prizes.

When does it happen? Tickets are on sale from June each year and the winner is drawn live at our Christmas market in November.

Great for...

• Staff engagement and participation
• Can run alongside and complement other events
• Doesn’t require much time/effort to take part

What is the St Oswald’s Lottery?

  • How can I win? Sign up to our lottery and your number(s) will be entered into a weekly draw. You can win one of 19 prizes from £10 up to £1000, along with a rollover jackpot of up to £10,000!
  • When does it happen? Every week! Our lottery runs all year round and you can join in at any time.

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Care that money can’t buy

At St Oswald’s we make no charge for our specialist services, meaning care is available to those who need it. We rely on the generosity of people and businesses to support our campaigns like the Annual Raffle and Lottery, so we can be there for families like the Andersons.
Ian Anderson’s daughter, Eve 15, has been coming to the Hospice since 2012. She has an inoperable brain tumour after suffering a cerebral bleed in 2011. As a single parent caring for Eve, plus a younger daughter to care and provide for, St Oswald’s has been a lifeline to Ian and his family.

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