Dream of exploring your own backyard
Home has never been more appealing than the fully furnished, London Dream Home that features a backyard oasis and pool, an interior that offers an open layout great for gatherings, while still maintaining a warm, cozy atmosphere, finished basement space and custom upgrades throughout (total value $1.5 million).
The fully furnished, Grand Bend Dream offers amazing space to relax and rejuvenate; from a dream kitchen for cooking up a storm while you carry on great conversations with family and friends seated at the large kitchen island, to a large backyard patio overlooking the forest - perfect for entertaining guests at a summer cookout (total value $1.324 million).
The Dream Home Makeover Package gives the winner an opportunity to reshape their existing space with a $300,000 gift certificate from Casey’s Kitchens, $130,000 gift certificate from TLC Landscaping Design + Pools, a $100,000 gift certificate from Accents Home Furniture and $500,000 cash (total value $1.03 million).
Of course, the grand prize winner can opt for $1 million cash instead. There are also many other prizes to be won in the lottery’s early and final draws featuring: ways to explore Ontario’s backyard with “Resorts of Ontario” getaways, lots of new “Dream Dollars” cash prizes and more.
The Making a Difference Calendar features daily prizes in August, September and October. The 50/50 is back, with a guaranteed $250,000 payout and a prize pool that keeps growing. Last Spring, it topped $1.26 million, with the winner taking half. A Dream Lottery ticket must be purchased in order to buy 50/50 or Calendar tickets.
Best of all, each ticket supports the care of patients from across our region who visit London Health Sciences Centre, Children’s Hospital at LHSC and St Joseph’s Health Care London. Dream Lottery has raised more than $44.5 million since 1996.
“Imagine waking up in one of these fully furnished Dream homes every morning. Get your ticket for a chance to make this dream a reality and feel good knowing that lottery proceeds are reinvested back into London’s hospitals,” says St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation President and CEO Michelle Campbell.
Due to the ongoing social distancing and safety rules, the homes will not be open for in-person tours. To see these fine homes, go online to the lottery website. All other Dream Lottery details, including ticket prices, prizes, draws, as well as important dates and contest rules, can also be found at www.dreamitwinit.ca.
Meet our patient spokesperson, Margot Harvey
Margot who has lived with sickle cell disease her entire life. But after a lifetime of struggle, Margot is now benefitting from an armoury of specialized tools, strategies and expertise through St. Joseph’s Pain Management Program in collaboration with the Red Cell Disorders Hematology Clinic at London Health Science Centre (LHSC).