Support St Margaret of Scotland Hospice and put yourself in with a chance of winning up to £2000 in our Christmas Draw

Big prizes are on offer for this year’s St Margaret of Scotland Hospice Christmas Draw, as we move towards the end of what has been a memorable 65th anniversary year.

Our monthly Hospice Lottery will run in December as normal, but alongside it we are promoting the cash prize Christmas Draw to mark our very special year.

And the good news for the winners is that they’ll receive their timely gift on December 22, meaning it will arrive just in time for Christmas!

A fantastic top prize of £2000 is on offer for the first winning tickets, with generous second and third-place prizes of £1000 and £500 also up for grabs.

Tickets are £1 each (or £10 for a book of 10 ten are available from the Hospice.  To request tickets please contact the Hospice by phoning 0141 435 7018 or emailing fundraising@smh.org.uk.

We will also be out and about in the local community promoting tickets in the run-up to the Draw.  Please do not hesitate to contact the Hospice if you wish tickets to share with work colleagues and friends.  We would welcome the opportunity for businesses in Clydebank, Bearsden, Milngavie, Dumbarton, Glasgow and elsewhere in the west of Scotland to support the Hospice by allowing volunteers to visit to promote the Christmas Draw to colleagues and staff.

The proceeds of the Christmas Draw will go towards the Hospice funds and help us to continue providing the highest standards of care to the patients and their families.

Hospice Chief Executive Sister Rita said: “By taking part in our Christmas Draw you will be contributing to a very worthy cause at the end of what has been a very special year for the Hospice.  We hope that the Christmas Draw will be a great success and wish all of those who take part good luck in being one of the winners of these wonderful prizes!  Many thanks to all who will support the Hospice in this way.”


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