One of our main motivations for us here at Watchlotto is to be able to give back and support our local communities and charities in need. Each year we choose a charity which is close to our heart and we donate a percentage of our profits to them monthly.

This year our charity is St Clare Hospice. We have chosen the St Clare Hospice as our charity of the year as they are currently working extremely hard to care for and support our current Director’s sister. Deborah’s sister, Sam, was sadly diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer last year at only 36 years old. Sam has battled numerous complications and has had an overly complex journey with her treatment which has also led her to developing Diabetes.

The St Clare’s Nurses have cared for Sam since day one to make her as comfortable as possible, Sam’s family will be forever thankful to The St Clare’s Hospice and we, at Watchlotto, want to thank them further by giving back and helping them to support others who are also battling the same life threatening illnesses.

With this being said, we know that there are plenty of other charities that are also in need of crucial donations and going forwards, we want to be able to give each of our winner’s the option to choose a charity which is also close to their heart and we will give a donation to that charity on their behalf too.

We would also like to take this moment to thank you for playing, as without you, we would not be able to make these donations. You can also find out more about what St Clare’s Hospice do on their website at www.stclarehospice.org.uk

Thank you,

Watchlotto Team

Watchlotto Charity

Our Charities

NHS Charities Together

£500 was donated in May to support NHS Charities and provide vital funds to help the NHS to do more.

Young Minds UK

£500 was donated in April to support children and young people’s mental health.

Teddy Hewitt Foundation

£500 was donated in March to support families in need of financial and physical support following the passing of a child.

Help for Heroes

£500 was donated in February to support British servicemen and women who have been injured or wounded in the line of duty.

Mind Charity

£500 was donated in January to support those experiencing mental health problems.

Children with Cancer UK

£500 was donated in November to support the leading national children’s charity, which dedicates fighting against childhood cancer.

British Heart Foundation

£500 was donated in October to support those with heart or circulatory conditions.