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Sign up to our lottery for just £1 a week for your chance to win £25,000.

Every time you play, you will provide income to support your hospital. For every £1 entry, at least 50p comes directly to us as profit.

Join Unity lottery here for Southampton Hospital Charity.

 

How it works

The draw takes place every Saturday and each entry costs just £1. When you join the lottery, you’re allocated your own 6-digit Unity lottery number. A random winning number is drawn – the aim is to match the winning number.

Lottery winners

If you match:

  • 6 digits you’ll win £25,000 plus a £2,500 donation to Southampton Hospital Charity
  • 5 digits you’ll win £1,000
  • 4 digits you’ll win £25
  • 3 digits you’ll win 5 Prize Entries into the next draw

 

A match occurs if your digits are in the same place in the sequence as they are in the winning number. For example:

325764 – random winning number. 326574 – your lottery number. This is a 3-number, 5 Prize Entry wining match.

All winners are notified and prizes posted automatically if you win, so you don't even need to claim your winnings Take a chance today...

 

Any queries?

Call the lottery helpline on 0370 050 9240, email info@unitylottery.co.uk, or visit www.unitylottery.co.uk

 

Join Unity lottery here and raise money for Southampton Hospital Charity.

 

This week's lucky winners are:

Saturday 17 November 2018

Five prize entries for matching 3 digits was won by winning numbers; 941827, 294027, 104627, 574787, 904729, 374199, 904823, 774142, 476129, 374925, 974241, 174826, and 964728.


To join the lottery, call the lottery helpline on 0370 050 9240, email info@unitylottery.co.uk, or visit www.unitylottery.co.uk.
 

Lottery registration number: LL06/1535. 

 

The difference you are making

All of our staff want to do more for our patients and in 2018, 11 lucky teams successfully bid for their share of £24,600 from the lottery profits to do just that for their patients! 

This year we received over 65 applications, totalling £293,532. Each of these projects had direct patient benefit all over our hospitals. By signing up to our lottery, you can help us provide more support for patients next year. 

Our winning projects were:

  • Colour coding of chairs, lockers and bedside tables to help dementia patients on Bramshaw Ward find their rooms - £6,096.
  • Tables and chairs to promote social dining with Specialist Medicine patients encouraging them to eat, drink, move - £5,000.
  • Re-vamping the patient waiting area chairs in Princess Anne Hospital Outpatients Department to increase the capacity and comfort for patients - £5,000. 
  • An Accuvein Finder for injecting radioisotopes via within Nuclear Medicine. Veins can be damaged due to chemotherapy, so this machine reduces pain and anxiety by helping find veins the first-time - £3,900.
  • Six hand held sats monitors for each side room on the Acute Medical Unit so each has its own designated monitoring equipment - £1,500. 
  • Provision of supportive seating for young children, tools to develop oro-motor skills, specialist feeding cups, and toys to aid early language development for our Paediatric Speech and Language Therapists - £1,500.
  • Drip stands for Southampton Children’s Hospital G4 Surgery Ward. Often the children need long term infusions, so drip stands allow the children the freedom to move around the ward and playroom - £800. 
  • Wheelchair and equipment trolley to take patients to therapy or encourage them to go outside - £300.
  • Subsidised places for the annual Adult Congenital Heart Conference so staff can learn about patient needs and their complex heart conditions - £275.
  • Brooke Ward treats orthopaedic patients and has no entertainment. This will fund six DAB radios to alleviate boredom and provide stimulus for patients - £120. 
  • Southampton Children’s Integrated Rehab Team (SCIRT) provides Neuro Rehabilitation to children post injury or trauma. They want to produce some informative leaflets for patients to take away from hospital - £100.

By signing up to the lottery, YOU are the ones who have made this possible - thank you.