Sales and Lotteries
2017/2018 ENTERTAINMENT BOOK
The 2017 | 2018 Entertainment™ Membership is currently available. $14 of your purchase will be donated to The Mary Potter Foundation.
Visit our office today or call us on 08 8239 0119 to purchase your book. Digital memberships can only be purchased directly from the Entertainment Book website. Please click here.
TelethonSA Rivegum Home and Land Lottery
Tickets are only $10 each or a book for $50 (6 tickets).
First prize is the fabulous “Azure” by Rivergum Homes at Playford Alive including a Taste Furniture package, valued at over $345,000. Or $250,000 cash.
There are many other fabulous prizes available with part proceeds from all sales supporting patients and families in the Hospice.
Claire Laishley's Book Sales
Claire Laishley was a born story teller. These three books are Claire's first-hand accounts of life and its trials and tribulations that are presented with honesty, feeling and humour!
This fundraiser is Claire's way to pay it forward and say thanks for the care and support she received from the Mary Potter Hospice and the Foundation.
Books are $20 or all three books for $50 and the full amount will support The Mary Potter Foundation.
THE TELETHON MOVIE CARD
The new edition of the Telethon Movie Card is loaded with value and now available for only $20!
The card includes $120 worth of saving and entitles you to the following benefits:
- two tickets for $6 each
- 12 tickets for $11 each
- free 150g bag of Menz FruChocs with last ticket
- the chance to win a Wallis Gold Pass
- two choc tops (plain) for $6
The card will be valid until 30 June 2018.
THE TREE OF LOVE
The Tree of Love is located inside the main Mary Potter Hospice entrance.
Through a gift to The Mary Potter Foundation you can create a lasting memorial by having the name of your loved one and a special message engraved onto our beautiful wall sculpture.
All donations to the Tree of Love are tax deductible and directly support the specialised care of the Hospice.
The person being remembered need not have been a patient of the Mary Potter Hospice.