Thank you for clicking to join the Local Hospice Lottery - the lottery that helps YOUR local hospice to keep caring for people living with life-limiting illnesses in YOUR community.

For just £5 per month, you could win one of the many cash prizes on offer. PLUS, you'll also be automatically entered into our incredible £10,000 Super Draws! Further detail about prizes and how the Lottery works is available below.

Good luck and thank you. It's a little bit of fun, but it makes a BIG difference to Hospice of the Valleys!

Hospice of the Valleys in your community

Hospice of the Valleys is a registered charity that cares for over 750 patients every year in the Blaenau Gwent and South Wales Valleys area. Their team of specialist palliative care professionals are dedicated to providing hospice care; taking care not only of people’s physical needs, but also providing for their psychological, spiritual and social needs. Their mission is to deliver free, high quality care for patients in their community suffering life limiting illnesses, and comprehensive support for their families throughout treatment, end of life care and bereavement. The money raised by people taking part in the Local Hospice Lottery helps to fund these essential services and enables Hospice of the Valleys to keep caring for local families, when and where they need it most.


All of the services provided by Hospice of the Valleys are given completely free of charge and this is only made possible through the ongoing support of the local community. Hospice of the Valleys only receives 11.9% of their funding from the NHS so need to raise over £1.8 million every year to keep their vital services running.


In 2020 for each £1 entry in the weekly draw Local Hospice Lottery gave an average of 68p to hospice care. Hospice of the Valleys is one of a number of hospices throughout Great Britain supported by Local Hospice Lottery. Local Hospice Lottery will give between 55% and 80% of profits from individuals playing in support of Hospice of the Valleys to Hospice of the Valleys.


With the help of wonderful supporters like you, this is expected to be at least £100,000 over five years (from April 2019)!