Every year six spectacular prize homes are won in the Mater Prize Home lottery—these million dollar homes change the lives of their new owner. And our next winner could be you! If you can picture yourself living a VIP lifestyle and want to maximise your chances of winning, becoming a VIP Club member is for you.
Not only does your support help make more little miracles happen at Mater, your monthly tickets also mean you could be our next Mater Prize Home lottery winner. Plus, you will go into a host of other VIP only draws worth over $700,000 per year.
Never miss a draw with automatic entry
Never miss a drawAs a VIP Club member you’ll receive convenient monthly entry to win a million dollar Mater Prize Home, six times per year.
VIP gold bullion draw$25,000 worth of gold bullion to be won every lottery.
$50,000 second chanceEntry into a VIP-only, second chance draw to win a $50,000 car of your choice, or $50,000 worth of gold bullion, after every first prize is drawn.
Weekly prize draw$5,000 holiday voucher, one drawn every week!
Would you like the chance to win a million dollar prize package, plus go into a host of VIP-only draws worth over $700,000 each year? Would you also like to support a dedicated team of researchers and hospital staff striving to provide exceptional healthcare every day at Mater?
It’s easy to do both – simply buy your tickets online, or call us on 1800 067 066 to have a friendly chat about your options.
As a VIP Club member, you’re not only maximising your chances of winning, but you’re raising much needed funds to support the care of seriously ill and premature babies at Mater hospitals. Your VIP Club membership helps us save in costs because your ticket purchase is automatic every month. With fewer costs, more funds will be available to help change the lives of thousands of sick babies and their families.
Your ongoing monthly tickets are also helping fund promising research being conducted into babies’ health at Mater Research—Mater’s own world-class medical research institute. We know that investment in this research is a long-term commitment—but when ground is broken, the difference your contribution can make to the lives of babies in Australia and across the world will be life-changing.
Three-year-old Hannah is “sassy, has attitude and talks like a five year old”, according to her dad Shane. “You’d never know she had such a rough start; it really surprises people when I tell them she was born 11 weeks early,” he said.
Hannah’s mum Rachel was just 16 weeks pregnant with her second child when she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cervical cancer. “Our world fell apart. You can’t process that information; we went into a tailspin and it never stopped,” Shane said.
Rachel started a form of aggressive chemotherapy which minimised the risk of harm to her baby. She flew to Mater hospital in Brisbane every three weeks for treatment and scans to check her baby’s progress during her chemotherapy.
But within months, Rachel’s tumour had grown in size and her baby needed to be delivered early.
“Hannah weighed just under 1000 grams, was 40 cm long and came out screaming,” Shane said. Eleven weeks premature, Hannah was raced to Mater’s Neonatal Critical Care Unit where she stayed for eight long weeks.
“Having a premature baby is like entering a whole new world, one which most people don’t realise exists. But for parents like us who do experience it, it is a time of uncertainty and stress—but also a time of hope.”
Sadly, young mum Rachel passed away in August 2014, but her widowed husband Shane remains focused on helping his two young children, Hannah and Maison, remember their amazing mum.
You can help many more Mater little miracles like Hannah simply by purchasing your Mater Prize Home lottery tickets today.
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