Play our lottery

Playing the Mary Stevens Hospice Lottery is an easy and rewarding way of supporting our care in your local community!

How to play our lottery

Every single week we hand out an amazing lottery jackpot of £1,000 to a lucky winner, along with 48 additional cash prizes ranging from £10 to £100 and our fantastic rollover prize, which starts at a minimum of £500 and increases each week it’s not won up to a maximum of £10,000! If we reach £10,000, it MUST be won the following week!

Lottery membership also makes a thoughtful and original gift for a loved one – and you could even set up a Mary Stevens Hospice Lottery syndicate at work!

Click here to join the lottery online!

Alternatively, please contact the Lottery Office on 01384 860 011, purchase your £1 tickets from the Mary Stevens Hospice shops, or from any of the independent retail outlets around the area who sell our tickets on our behalf.

This week’s winners

The winners for the week commencing 15/10/2018 are:

1st prize – £2,000 rollover! – Player #673163
2nd prize – £1000- Player #903262
3rd prize – £100 – Player #630040
4th prize – £50 – Players #554237 and #830137
5th prize – £25 – Players #299764, #674126, #748451, #863245

So congratulations to them, and to our 40 other winners who have all won cash prizes this week!

Results updated weekly!

Bumper draw

Alongside our regular weekly lottery draws, Mary Stevens Hospice also holds two fantastic bumper fundraising draws every year – giving you the chance to win some even bigger prizes while helping your local charity!

Our sensational summer and winter prize draws each feature an amazing £5,000 jackpot, as well as a host of other prizes.

To see the results of our 2018 summer draw, please click here!

Scratch cards

For more information on our charity scratch cards, please click here!

Any other enquiries

For any further information, you can email the Lottery Office at, call 01384 860 011 or write to:

Mary Stevens Hospice Lottery Ltd,
221 Hagley Road,
West Midlands.
DY8 2JR.

Registered with the Gambling Commission under the 2005 Gambling Act (

For help, support and advice visit

It is an offence for persons under the age of 16 to enter a lottery, therefore players must be aged 16, or over.

Responsible Person: Charlotte Schofield

For more information see our Lottery T’s & C’s by clicking the link below:

Lottery Terms & Conditions