Win with Highland Hospice

Every year Highland Hospice needs to raise around £2.5m to support the delivery of specialist care to patients and families throughput the Highlands. A number of our fundraising opportunities offer you the chance to win something back.

Local Hospice Lottery

Highland Hospice is a member of the Local Hospice Lottery with the proceeds of every Highland player coming back to the Hospice to support delivery of care in our community. By joining the Local Hospice Lottery in support of Highland Hospice, you can be in with a great chance of winning £2,000 every week, along with 152 other cash prizes. One number costs just £1 per week, so it’s an easy and affordable way to support our caring work.

Find out more or join here

Prize Draw 2019

Our annual Prize Draw gives you the chance to win £5,000 by Christmas whilst making a difference to the lives of Highland Hospice patients and their loved ones!

By buying your Prize Draw tickets, you are helping to fund our vital services and ensure we reach those who need us no matter where they are in the Highlands. Plus for just £1 you get the chance to win £5,000 for a truly memorable Christmas!

Each entry costs just £1 and you can buy your tickets at all our Hospice shops and our by the river café here at Highland Hospice. If you would like raffle books sent to your home or business, just let Emma know on or 01463 423198.

The closing date is 9th December and the draw will take place on 12th December 2019.

Good luck in the draw!

Bonanza Club

Highland Hospice Bonanza Club has quarterly draws in March, June, September and December and in each draw you can win an amazing top prize of £1,000. Membership of the Highland Hospice Bonanza Club is by ticket only. Each ticket costs £12 and entitles you to take part in the four draws. The Bonanza Club is run by Highland Hospice and all proceeds support the delivery of care in our community. You can also give Bonanza Club membership as a gift to family and friends for birthdays and Christmas. For more information contact Emma Kermath on 01463 243132 or