Lewis-Manning Hospice offers free specialist palliative nursing care to the people of Poole, Bournemouth and the surrounding towns and villages living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. The Hospice promotes acceptance, hope and peace of mind in a safe and calming environment – helping people to live well throughout their illness and beyond. They aim to ensure that local people are given access to the support they may need to help them cope with their illness and the changes it may bring.
The money raised by people taking part in the Local Hospice Lottery helps to fund these essential services and enables Lewis-Manning Hospice to keep caring for local families, when and where they need it most.
How playing the Local Hospice Lottery helps Lewis-Manning Hospice
All of the services provided by Lewis-Manning Hospice are given completely free of charge and this is only made possible through the ongoing support of the local community. Lewis-Manning Hospice needs to raise over £6,663 every day to keep its services running.
Profits from the Local Hospice Lottery help towards the running costs of Lewis-Manning Hospice and provides a regular stream of income which they can rely on receiving, each and every month. Not only does this help to provide essential care and support to local families right now, it also enables the Hospice to plan and develop their services for the future.
Lewis-Manning Hospice is one of a number of hospices throughout Great Britain supported by Local Hospice Lottery. Local Hospice Lottery will give between 50% and 80% of profits from individuals playing in of support of Lewis-Manning Hospice to Lewis-Manning Hospice. This is expected to be at least £550,000 over five years from September 2018. For each £1 entry in the weekly draw Local Hospice Lottery gives an average of 60p to hospice care.
For more information about the services provided by Lewis-Manning Hospice and the other ways you can help:
Lewis Manning is a registered charity, number 1120193