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Dream Home Prize Draw

The Dream Home Prize Draw has now closed and the draw took place on Wednesday 9 December 2020.


When we launched a Crisis Appeal earlier this year, our plea for support from the community caught the eye of local man, Peter Pearce, who is now running a Dream Home Prize Draw, offering people the chance to win ‘Painter’s Keep’ – his £1.25m home by the sea in West Sussex.

Tickets cost just £2 each, with a percentage of the proceeds being donated to Chestnut Tree House and St Barnabas House.

As well as both hospices being local to Peter, he has also experienced first-hand the work of St Barnabas House, after his father passed away at the hospice 12 years ago.

“St Barnabas House is an important place to my mother, sister and I, and a cause very close to our hearts as they did such a wonderful job caring for my father at the end of his life,” explains Peter.

“But I am also aware of the vital role Chestnut Tree House plays for local children with life-shortening conditions and their families, which is why I wanted to support both hospices.”


How it works:

The concept of the prize draw is simple – providing the minimum number of tickets are sold, then someone will win the house!

In the event this doesn’t happen, a cash prize will be awarded to the winner instead.

Tickets cost just £2 and the draw closes at 11:59pm on Monday 30 November 2020*. Terms and Conditions apply; visit the website for more details.

The prize draw took place live on Wednesday 9 December 2020 via the Dream Home Prize Draw Facebook page. Three winners were announced – each to receive a cash prize.
As 10% of all ticket sales are being donated to St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House, collectively ticket purchasers raised an amazing £78,051 for the hospices!
Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket for the draw between July and November, and Peter Pearce for selecting us as the beneficiary charity.
* Please note the original closing date was 31 August 2020, which was initially extended to 1 November 2020 by the organiser, and has now been extended to 30 November 2020.