Tickets are $25 each, 5 for $100, or 10 for $175 (the best deal).
Ticket purchasers must be a minimum of 18 years of age and must be in the province of Ontario at the time of purchase.
Early Bird Draw: Monday, June 17
Grand Prize Draw: Monday, August 5
Final Day to accept cheques: June 6 for Early Bird eligibility, July 25 for Grand Prize eligibility
Final Day for online orders: midnight on June 16 for Early Bird eligibility, midnight on August 4 for Grand Prize eligibility
- Online Ordering
- 5 Bonus Prizes of $1,000 cash
- 30,000 tickets printed
- New location for the Early Bird Draw – Hospice Niagara, 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON
All winners are notified by phone and in writing.
We ask that you claim your prize as soon as possible. Prizes must be claimed within 6 months of the draw date.
The winner must provide written and signed authorization, along with the original prize-winner letter for someone else to claim the prize.
Yes. Each ticket purchased is entered in every draw, providing it meets the ticket purchasing deadlines.
The cash value equals the approximate value of the car before taxes and fees.
All proceeds from the 5 Car Draw will go to Hospice Niagara’s Community Programs and The Stabler Centre.
We are always looking for people to help sell tickets to friends and family. For more information, please call 905-984-8766, x240.
The government covers 60% of our required funding. We rely on community donations for the remaining $1.8 million annually to provide necessary health care services in Niagara
The Stabler Centre in St. Catharines provides quality hospice palliative care in a home-like setting for residents of Niagara.
Clients living with an incurable condition enjoy a day of caring companionship, entertainment and relaxation in a comfortable setting, enabling caregivers to have a day of respite. Day Hospice is offered in both Welland and St. Catharines.
Trained volunteers provide non-medical support and comfort for clients living with an incurable condition. Hospice Niagara trains and supports more than 400 volunteers each year who contribute nearly 10,000 hours of service to families in Niagara.
Community Palliative Care Teams:
Teams work in partnership with primary care providers, including family physicians and visiting nurses, to provide clients with consistent and comprehensive care in their homes.
Bereavement Support Programs:
Bereavement support is available for children, adolescents and adults, regardless if their loved one utilized care services.
Regional Palliative Care Education and Consultation Program:
In partnership with Hospice Niagara, these programs offer palliative pain and symptom management consultation and interdisciplinary palliative care education throughout Niagara.
Please visit hospiceniagara.ca or call 905-984- 8766.