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Changes to Hospice Lottery Terms & Conditions

Thank you to everyone who currently plays the St John’s Hospice Lottery. Did you know that in 5 years you have helped raise over £250,000 for our hospice?

Our lottery rollover prize is currently £3,800! If you are not a member, this is a great time to join! It is only £1 a week and you really would be helping the hospice, as well as having the chance of winning a big cash prize! Go to www.sjhospice.org.uk/lottery to join.

If you are already a member, please familiarise yourself with our terms and conditions, which will be updated from 14th July. Visit www.sjhospice.org.uk/lottery-terms-conditions.
Please remember to gamble responsibly. The new terms are listed below. The rest remain the same. If you would like more information or would like to speak to someone regarding these changes, please call our Fundraising Team on 01524 382538 or email [email protected]

**Updated Terms and Conditions in Bold – effective from 14th July 2017**

  • Once a player has cancelled their membership, their remaining credit will allow them to play until their subscription is less than the weekly membership fee.  Any income less than the weekly membership fee will be donated back to the hospice unless the members requests a refund in writing enclosing a SAE within 14 days of their cancellation.

  • When a St John’s Hospice Lottery player is deceased their membership is automatically cancelled once the lottery office is notified.  The next of kin or executer will then have the option to request;– transfer the lottery number into a new name– cancel and refund any remaining credit

    – cancel and donate any remaining credit to the hospice

  • Any remaining credit in a deceased or cancelled lottery players account that is not claimed within 90 days will automatically be credited to St John’s Hospice.

  • Any winning cheques than are not cashed after 6 months from the date of issue, will be deemed cancelled and the money donated back to St John’s Hospice. Any remaining credit in a deceased or cancelled lottery players account that is not claimed within 90 days will automatically be credited to St John’s Hospice.

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