Supporting Rowcroft

Give a Rowcroft Lottery Gift Subscription - the perfect gift that keeps on giving

Why not give a friend or family member the chance of winning £1000 a week with a subscription to Rowcroft Hospice's Lottery? It’s a great gift, and helps your local hospice to support local families to make the most of every day they have together. 

You can choose how much you’d like to spend – every pound buys one week’s entry so if you give £20, you’ll give 20 weeks of chances! The recipient will also receive a Rowcroft Lottery Gift Certificate.

To find out more about giving a Lottery Gift Membership, please contact our friendly team by calling 01803 210842 or email lottery@rowcroft-hospice.org.uk

You can sign up for a Gift Subscription by downloading the 'Lottery Gift Application Form', complete and return it to:

Rowcroft Hospice Lottery
Rowcroft Hospice
Avenue Road
Torquay
Devon
TQ2 5LS

You can also buy single tickets which could be used as wedding favours, Christmas stocking fillers, Secret Santa gifts or a token present. Give us a call on 01803 210842 to buy some!

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Fundraising responsibly: Rowcroft Hospice is licensed by the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk) and is a member of the Hospice Lotteries Association.   All of us are committed to using lotteries/raffles to fundraise responsibly and we work together to encourage responsible gambling and access to support if needed. For further information visit www.gamcare.org.uk, www.hospicelotteries.org.uk

"This Lottery win is indeed a really delightful surprise and I am very appreciative of my good fortune...I hope that the Lottery will continue to be a really good source of fund raising for Rowcroft."

Mr S - Dawlish

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