Help your Hospitals and win up to £25,000!
The East Kent Hospitals Charity weekly Lottery is part of Unity – a lottery with a difference. We receive profits directly from the number of players we recruit, so we need your support. For every £1 entry, 50p will go to the Charity.
The generosity of local people enables East Kent Hospital Charity to provide additional support across the hospitals.
We provide hospital services from the three large hospitals in Ashford, Canterbury and Margate and the two community hospitals in Dover and Folkestone.
How does it work?
Join the Lottery NOW! Each lucky number costs £1.
The draw will take place weekly. You will be issued with a unique computer generated number which will be entered into the draw for as long as you decide to play. The winning numbers are randomly selected by computer.
In line with national regulations all players must be aged 16 or over.
You can sign up to the Lottery online! Follow this link to be taken to the website.
An application form can be obtained from the charity, from various leaflet racks across our hospitals, by downloading the form below and by applying online. Then simply click on the "Sign up online" or "Pay via DIRECT Debit" icon and follow the instructions.
What are the Prizes?
Winners have to match three, four, five, or all six digits of the winning sequence in the correct place in the sequence. Six digits in the correct place wins £25,000, five digits in the correct place wins £1000, four digits wins £25 and three digits win £5.
How to join via the Leaflet
You can download the leaflet below or if you would prefer you can contact us with your details (at email@example.com) and we will send you a leaflet.
Some important information:
A minimum of 50% of the total lottery proceeds are spent on supporting the work carried out by East Kent Hospitals Charity, 18.4% on prizes and 31.6% on the running costs and administration of the lottery.
Last year our lottery proceeds were £2102.32: of that, £1051.00 was spent on our good cause work, £382.83 on prizes and £668.49 on expenses.