London, Ont. - Dream Lottery is here again with three home choices that are the peak
of relaxed refinement. Just under the summit of Boler Mountain's ski hill, you'll
find the Jefferson Industrial Dream Home, which takes its design cues from old factories
and industrial spaces that have been converted into lofts and other living spaces.
Valued at more than $1.45 million, the design incorporates building elements like
brick, concrete and steel that are usually hidden, and then spectacular windows
wash the space with sunshine to create a unique and relaxing setting.
Right across the street is the choice of a Jefferson French Provincial Dream Home
inspired by the European countryside. Inside, this home valued at more than $1.25
million. You'll find elegant style and a soft pastel palate of colours that creates
a refined but cozy space and invites you to stay a while. That home comes with $250,000
You'll need to head to Grand Bend to see the Nicholson Pinery Dream Cottage valued
at almost $1.2 million. From the outdoor living space, to the large walk in pantry,
to the entertaining space in the lower level, this cottage has everything needed
in a home-away-from-home. Dream about inviting friends and family to visit and relax
or maybe just picture yourself enjoying a quiet stroll along the trails. The cottage
also comes with $250,000 cash.
Of course, the ultimate grand prize winner could simply opt for $1 million in cash
and use it to bring a different dream to life.
All this dreaming has a greater purpose too. Each purchase of a Dream Lottery ticket
helps change the lives of patients from across Southwestern Ontario who need the
specialized services at St. Joseph's Health Care London, London Health Sciences
Centre, and Children's Hospital at LHSC. Dream Lottery has raised almost $35 million
(net) since 1996.
Even more to dream about
The 50/50 is back, with a guaranteed payout of $250,000 and a total prize pool that
can keep growing. The prize pool has topped $1 million in the past, with the winner
taking half. A Dream Lottery ticket must be purchased in order to be able to buy
into the 50/50.
There is a new Travel & Treasure Calendar offering a prize every day in August.
Like the 50/50, a Dream Lottery ticket must be purchased in order to be able to
buy a calendar. However, there are a limited number of calendars, so it's best to
buy early before they're gone. If Dream tickets sell out, 50/50 and Travel & Treasure
Calendars will no longer be available either.
Tickets can be purchased at the dream homes, any of the three participating hospital
foundations, participating Shoppers Drug Mart locations, by calling 519-488-7100,
or online at www.dreamitwinit.ca starting today. 50/50 tickets and Dollars, Travel
& Treasure Calendars can be ordered at all sales locations at the time of a Dream
Lottery ticket purchase. After buying Dream Lottery tickets, they can only be purchased
by phone at 519-488-7100.
Supporters are reminded that previous lotteries have sold out early, so purchasing
early is best.
Dream Lottery is now offering memberships, which act much like a subscription. It's
a convenient way for members to get their tickets early, so they won't miss out
on any early draws and are guaranteed tickets for future draws. Those who sign up
on-line or by phone this spring will receive their tickets early for the Fall 2019
Dream Lottery. For membership details, visit dreamitwinit.ca/membership.
All other Dream Lottery details, including ticket prices, prizes, draws, virtual
tours of the homes, addresses, maps and open times to see the homes in person, as
well as important dates and contest rules, can be found at www.dreamitwinit.ca.
"Dream Lottery supports the outstanding care in London's hospitals by funding the
latest technology, medical equipment and research studies that lead to new medical
breakthroughs and treatments." Michelle Campbell, President and CEO, St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation
"Southwestern Ontario wins with Dream Lottery because the funds raised stay local,
to support the great care patients receive at our regional hospitals in London."
Ron Mikula, Chair,
London Health Sciences Foundation
"Dream Lottery proceeds help our hospitals provide specialized, complex and critical
care during the more than 1.9 million patient visits they receive from London and
other communities across our region each year." Scott Fortnum, President and CEO,
Dream Lottery is a joint venture of St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation, London
Health Sciences Foundation, and Children's Health Foundation. Together St. Joseph's
Health Care London, London Health Sciences Centre and Children's Hospital at LHSC
receive more than 1.9 million patient visits from across Southwestern Ontario and
beyond each year. In addition to caring for London-area residents, the hospitals
are referral centres providing specialized services in support of the excellent
care of the region's community hospitals.
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