Who are Local Hospice Lottery?
Local Hospice Lottery began life in 1996 as Farleigh Hospice’s own lottery – a way of generating a regular and reliable income to help fund the care of people affected by cancer and other life limiting illnesses across mid Essex. After eleven years of running the weekly draw, the decision was made to develop the Lottery for the benefit of hospice care in other areas across Great Britain.
Today, Local Hospice Lottery operates a society lottery that benefits numerous individual hospices, from the Highlands of Scotland to the South Coast of England, and remains a wholly owned subsidiary of Farleigh Hospice.
Have you considered becomming a Paid Fundraiser?
In an effort to recruit players and grow the amount of income we can raise for hospice care – a team of paid fundraisers work across the country, Monday – Sunday, representing both Local Hospice Lottery and our hospice partners.
Working door-to-door and at venues, our paid fundraisers offer the opportunity for new members to sign up to play the Lottery on a regular basis. It is incredibly important to build trust and be professional at all times when dealing with members of the public. At times you will be taking personal details and processing banking details. You should understand the importance of being a brand ambassador and promoting a positive image in support of the Local Hospice Lottery. Click for details.
What is our connection to Forces Recruitment Services?
Local Hospice Lottery have partnered with Forces Recruitment Services to raise awareness of our paid fundraiser opportunities amongst the ex-military community and those seeking full or part-time employment.
For further details on the positions available and how to apply please CLICK HERE.