Our biggest fundraising event of the year is back for 2020 it is time to make one ticket holder £1,000,000 richer.
7,000 tickets go on sale from the 1st June 2020. Costing £300 per ticket
Tickets are now on sale Monday – Friday from 10am – 4pm in de Gruchy. They are also on sale Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10am – 4pm in our Beau Pres Fundraising shop. Payment is by credit or debit card only.
This annual fundraiser is the highlight of our year as we see it as our opportunity to give something back to those who support us so generously year on year. As usual, we will be selling 7,000 tickets (numbered from 1000-7999) for £300 each and we will be giving the lucky winner the top prize of £1,000,000.
We want you to enjoy playing our Million Pound Lottery. Playing our lottery should be fun, but for some it may become a problem.
Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. For information on support measures please click here to visit Gambling Therapy or you can speak to someone in confidence at GamCare on 0808 8020 133.
There are 7,000 tickets for sale, numbered between 1,000 and 7,999.
The tickets are £300 each and are available online, to start with, due to social and retail restrictions imposed by the government during COVID-19.
Payment for tickets can be online by card and purchasers must be aged over 18 years old.
We are required to undertake age verification for all MPL purchases and as we are online this year we’ll be using YOTI, the Government approved digital ID provider (if you’ve been doing your tax return online you will have already had to register).
This year’s live draw will take place on Friday 16th October.
The event will be filmed live by ITV Channel TV.
Further information on the live draw, including details of our ‘Ball Drawers’, will be announced nearer the time.
Once all the tickets are sold, we will have raised an amazing £800,000. This would cover the costs to run our In Patient Unit for three months, enabling us to care for people with a life limiting illness seeking respite, symptom management or for end of life care.