two women smiling holding a giant Treetops Super Draw cheque for £2000

Our annual Super Draw has raised over £13,000, helping us continue to provide nursing care and emotional support for local adults and their families.

The top Super Draw prize money of £2,000 was won by Allison Wainwright from Ashby, Leicestershire. Allison, who ‘never expected to win’, has donated a portion of her winnings back to the hospice.

Hospice at Home nursing care for my brother

Treetops Hospice at Home nurses helped care for my brother a few years ago. He had a brain tumour and was being cared for at home. 

My brother died just before the pandemic, and we had a collection for Treetops at his funeral. When my dad passed away a couple of years ago, we had a collection for Treetops at his funeral as well.

“I used some money from some of the things I’d sold from my dad’s house to buy my Super Draw tickets. I thought it was another way of giving back to the charity.

It’s the second time I’ve played the Super Draw and I see it as giving a donation to the hospice.

Woman smiling holding Super Draw winner cheque

Supporting Treetops Hospice

Claire D from Heanor won the second prize of £500, with her regular weekly Lottery number:

“I’ve never won anything until now, so I was a bit speechless. It was a nice surprise.

Three women smiling holding a giant cheque showing they are winners of the Treetops Super Draw

“I started playing the Treetops Lottery just after the pandemic as I knew the hospice had missed out on a bit of funding during this time.

“Both my children come to Treetops for bereavement counselling. Many years ago my grandad came to Treetops for support during the day. My mum helped out in the hospice kitchen for a while too.

I’d encourage anyone to play the Lottery because it puts funds back into the hospice where it’s needed.

Thank you 

Rebecca Lee-Jones, Treetops Lottery Manager, said:

“Our huge thanks go to everyone who took part in this year’s Super Draw. You helped us raise over £13,000 for the hospice. Thanks to you we can continue to care for even more local people in need.

Rebecca Lee-Jones, Treetops Lottery Manager
Rebecca Lee-Jones, Treetops Lottery Manager

Proceeds from every Treetops Lottery ticket sold helps fund our vital services and makes a real difference to people living with a life-limiting illness