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Ways to Join

Direct Debit

This is the easiest way to play our Hospice Lottery regularly and also the lowest cost payment method for us to administer - leaving more money to fund our services.

Simply click here and provide your banking details online via our secure Direct Debit page.

You can choose how many entries you want and how often you wish to renew your payment when you complete the form and we take care of the rest.

You get a confirmation of what has been arranged with your bank and all payments are covered under the Direct Debit guarantee so you will never pay more than you intended.

The minimum commitment that you can make using Direct Debit is £4.34 per month for one entry every week.

 

By telephone using Credit / Debit Cards

Please call our lottery office on 0161 624 9213.

The minimum commitment you can make paying by card is £13 for one entry every week for 13 weeks. (You also have the option to purchase Lottery Gift Vouchers through this method)

Opening hours are 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday. Out of hours you can leave a message and someone will return your call.

By post

Complete the relevant section on the new membership form and return it to us along with your cheque/postal order or your credit/debit card details and choose from a 13, 26 or 52 week membership period. You can also pay by standing order with an additional option of a £4.34 monthly payment.

Refunds may occasionally be offered at the discretion of the management.

Sign up for...

£4.34 Monthly membership (when paying by Direct Debit or Standing Order only)
– This contributes towards the cost of a patient visiting our day hospice

£13 for 13 weeks membership
– You will help fund the cost of our counselling and support services for a patient and their family


£26 for 26 weeks membership
– You will help to control a patient’s pain by giving the gift of medicine


£52 for 52 weeks membership
– This contributes to the meals, support and specialist care offered to a patient during their stay at the hospice