How is the 2018 WinWin50 Staff Lottery different from the 2017 WinWin50 Staff Lottery?
The 2018 WinWin50 Staff Lottery has 13 more chances to win!
You will now have a chance to win an Early Bird prize worth $75,000 plus 19 MORE Early Bird prizes worth $5,000 each.
This year’s lottery also has SEVEN bonus prizes up for grabs instead of two.
The Fall Bonus Prize and 2 x The Christmas Bonus Prizes worth $25,000 each plus 2 additional Christmas Bonus prizes of $5,000 have all been added.
All of these great prizes on top of the already great monthly prizes of $5,000 and $50,000 and don’t forget about the Grand Prize Draw of $250,000!
I already have a payroll deduction for the WinWin50 Staff Lottery. Do I need to enroll again for 2018?
Yes, because the 2018 WinWin50 Staff Lottery is a separate raffle from 2017 and requires its own licence.
In order to be eligible for this year’s prizes, you must opt-in again for payroll deductions.
How can tickets be purchased?
What is the mailing address to purchase tickets?
WinWin50 Staff Lottery
3950 12 Street NE
Calgary AB T2E 8H9
What are the WinWin50 Staff Lottery prizes?
There is a chance to win a $50,000 prize and a $5,000 prize each month. At year end there is a single Grand Prize draw for $250,000 cash. There is ONE Early Bird Prize worth $75,000 and NINETEEN more Early Bird Prizes worth $5,000 each. In addition to this there are FIVE Bonus Prizes, The Spring Break, The Summer Get Away Bonus Prize, The Fall Bonus Prize and 2 x The Christmas Cash Bonus worth $25,000 each! PLUS 2 more Christmas Cash Bonus prizes worth $5,000 each.
What are the WinWin50 Staff Lottery ticket prices?
1 for $5
3 for $10
8 for $20
How many tickets are sold in total?
168,000 Single tickets
233,000 Sets of 3
145,000 Sets of 8
Total 2,027,000 tickets sold
What methods of payment are accepted?
In-person: Cash or Cheque; Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card
Online: Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card
Payroll deduction: Payments are deducted from your paycheque each pay period
How much will be deducted from my paycheque?
Deductions are dependent on the ticket package selected.

For example; if you have selected the set of 8 tickets for $20, $20.00 will be deducted each pay period and 8 tickets will be entered into the draw each pay period.
When will my paycheque start getting deducted?
Your ticket purchase will be deducted from your paycheque on the next available pay period. This will occur provided that; the ticket processing centre is able to validate your employee ID and only where tickets quantities are available at time of your opt-in.
How do I know my paycheque has been deducted for the WinWin50 Staff Lottery?
Your deduction will appear on your pay advice as “winwin50 lottery”. Please click here for an example.
What are the participating facilities?
For Southern Alberta Foundations & Facilities click here.
For Northern Alberta Foundations & Facilities click here.
For Covenant Health Foundations & Facilities click here.

If you do not see your facility listed above, your facility has decided to not participate in this year’s lottery. However, you are still welcome to participate. Please select “Northern Alberta” or “Southern Alberta” from the menu on the Secure Online Order Form and your funds will be designated to the region you’ve selected.


  • Airdrie Health Foundation
    • Airdrie Community Health Centre
  • Alberta Cancer Foundation
    • Bow Valley Community Cancer Centre
    • Drumheller Community Cancer Centre
    • High River Community Cancer Centre
    • Jack Ady Cancer Centre (Lethbridge)
    • Margery E. Yuill Cancer Centre (Medicine Hat)
    • Tom Baker Cancer Centre
  • Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation
    • Alberta Children’s Hospital
  • Bassano & District Health Foundation
    • Bassano Hospital
  • Brooks & District Health Foundation
    • Brooks Community Health/Home Care 
    • Brooks Health Centre
  • Calgary Health Trust
    • Carewest
    • Foothills Medical Centre
    • Peter Lougheed Centre
    • Rockyview General Hospital
    • South Health Campus
  • Cancer Control Alberta
  • Canmore & Area Health Care Foundation
    • Canmore General Hospital
  • Cardston & District Health Foundation
    • Cardston Auxiliary Hospital
    • Cardston Health Centre
  • Claresholm & District Health Foundation
    • Claresholm Centre for Mental Health and Addictions 
    • Claresholm General Hospital (CGH)
    • Claresholm Mental Health Clinic
    • Community Health - Claresholm Health Unit
    • Willow Creek Continuing Care Centre
  • Coronation Health Centre Foundation
    • Coronation Hospital & Care Centre
  • Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation
    • Crowsnest Pass Health Centre
  • Drumheller Area Health Foundation
    • Drumheller Health Centre
  • EMS Foundation – Calgary
    • Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Foundation – Calgary
  • Fort Macleod & District Health Foundation
    • Fort Macleod Health Centre
  • High River & District Health Care Foundation
    • High River General Hospital
    • High River Health Unit
    • Nanton Community Health Centre
    • Silver Willow Lodge - DAL Unit (Nanton)
  • Oyen & District Health Foundation
    • Big Country Hospital
    • Oyen Community Health Services
  • Rosebud Health Foundation
    • Didsbury District Health Services
  • Sheep River Health Trust
    • Oilfields General Hospital (Black Diamond)
    • Okotoks Health & Wellness Centre
  • Stettler Health Services Foundation
    • Stettler Hospital & Care Centre
    • Sylvan Lake Urgent Care
  • Strathmore District Health Foundation
    • Strathmore Hospital
  • Taber & District Health Foundation
    • Taber Health Centre
    • Taber Health Foundation - Greatest needs
  • Three Hills Health Centre Auxiliary
    • Elnora Donation Fund
    • Three Hills Health Initiative
  • Tofield & Area Health Services Foundation
    • Tofield Health Centre
  • Vulcan County Health and Wellness Foundation
    • Vulcan Community Health Centre
  • Windy Slopes Health Foundation
    • Pincher Creek Health Centre


  • Alberta Cancer Foundation
    • Barrhead Community Cancer Centre
    • Bonnyville Community Cancer Centre
    • Camrose Community Cancer Centre
    • Cancer Control Alberta
    • Central Alberta Cancer Centre (Red Deer)
    • Cross Cancer Institute
    • Drayton Valley Community Cancer Centre
    • Fort McMurray Community Cancer Centre
    • Grande Prairie Cancer Centre
    • Hinton Community Cancer Centre
    • Lloydminster Community Cancer Centre
    • Peace River Community Cancer Centre
  • Beaverlodge Hospital Foundation
    • Beaverlodge Municipal Hospital
  • Daysland Community Hospital Foundation
    • Daysland Health Centre
  • Devon General Hospital Foundation
    • Devon General Hospital
  • Fairview Health Complex Foundation
    • Fairview Health Complex
    • Fairview Homecare
    • Worsley Community Health Services
  • Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital Foundation
    • Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital
    • Sherritt Health Services Centre
  • Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation
    • Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation
    • Grande Prairie Regional Hospital
    • Queen Elizabeth II Hospital
  • Grimshaw/Berwyn & District Hospital Foundation
    • Grimshaw/Berwyn Community Health Care Centre
  • Hinton Healthcare Foundation
    • Hinton Healthcare Centre
  • Hythe Nursing Home Foundation
    • Hythe Continuing Care Centre
  • Lac La Biche Regional Health Foundation
    • Lac La Biche Healthcare Centre
  • Lacombe Health Trust
    • Lacombe Hospital and Care Centre
  • Leduc Community Hospital Foundation
    • Beaumont Public Health Centre
    • Leduc Community Hospital
    • Leduc Public Health Centre
    • Thorsby Public Health Centre
  • Manning Hospital Auxiliary
    • Manning Community Health Centre
  • Mental Health Foundation
    • Mental Health Foundation
    • Alberta Hospital, Edmonton
    • Mental Health Clinics across Northern Alberta
    • Addiction Services across Northern Alberta
  • Mayerthorpe Hospital Auxiliary Association
    • Mayerthorpe Health Care Centre
  • Northern Lights Health Foundation
    • Northern Lights Regional Health Centre
    • Anzac Community Clinic
    • Conklin Community Clinic
    • Fort McKay Health Centre
    • Thickwood Public Health Clinic
    • Fort McMurray Queens Street Mental Health
    • Fort McMurray Recovery Centre
    • Fort McMurray Timberlea Mental Health Centre
  • Peace River & District Health Foundation
    • Peace River Community Health Centre
  • Ponoka & District Health Foundation
    • Ponoka Community Health Centre
    • Ponoka Hospital & Care Centre
  • Regional EMS Foundation
    • Regional EMS Foundation
  • Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation
    • CK Hui Heart Centre
    • Eye Institute of Alberta
    • Lois Hole Hospital for Women
    • Royal Alexandra Hospital
  • Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation
    • Stollery Children's Hospital
  • Strathcona Community Hospital Foundation
    • Strathcona Community Hospital
  • Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation
    • North East Community Health Centre
    • Sturgeon Community Hospital
  • Swan Hills Hospital Foundation
    • Swan Hills Healthcare Centre
  • Tri-Community Health and Wellness Foundation
    • Westview Health Centre
  • University Hospital Foundation
    • Kaye Edmonton Clinic
    • Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute
    • University of Alberta Hospital
  • Wainwright & District Community Health Foundation
    • Wainwright Health Centre


  • Covenant Foundation
    • Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre
    • Grey Nuns Hospital
    • Misericordia Hospital
    • Youville Home (St. Albert)
    • Villa Caritas
    • Banff Mineral Springs Hospital (Banff)
    • St. Joseph's General Hospital (Vegreville)
    • St. Joseph's Auxiliary Hospital
    • St. Joseph's Home (Medicine Hat)
    • St. Therese Place (Lethbridge)
    • St. Michael's Health Centre (Lethbridge)
  • Bonnyville Health Foundation
    • Bonnyville Health Centre
  • Killam Health Centre Foundation
    • Killam Health Centre
  • Mary Immaculate Foundation
    • Mary Immaculate Care Centre
  • Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital Foundation
    • Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital
  • St. Mary's Hospital (Camrose) Foundation
    • St. Mary's Hospital (Camrose)
  • St. Mary's Trochu Foundation
    • St. Mary's Health Care Centre
Do AHS and Covenant Health employees have to enroll in the Payroll Deduction Program to participate in the raffle?
No, Employees also have the option of making a one-time purchase online or by phoning the Customer Service Centre.
How do I opt-out of the Payroll Deduction Program?
If you wish to opt-out from deduction please click here.
How long does it take to receive the ticket?
Public: Official tickets will follow approximately 2-3 weeks after purchase.
Staff Payroll Deduction: Official ticket(s) will be sent out 2 weeks before each draw date. If you do not receive your ticket(s) within this timeframe, please contact Customer Service at 1-844-5WINWIN.
What are the cut off dates and draw dates?
Sales Deadline Draw Date
Tuesday, January 31, 2018 Thursday, February 22, 2018
Tuesday, February 28, 2018 Thursday, March 29, 2018
Friday, March 31, 2018 Thursday, April 26, 2018
Sunday, April 30, 2018 Thursday, May 31, 2018
Wednesday, May 31, 2018 Thursday, June 28, 2018
Friday, June 30, 2018 Thursday, July 26, 2018
Monday, July 31, 2018 Thursday, August 30, 2018
Thursday, August 31, 2018 Thursday, September 27, 2018
Saturday, September 30, 2018 Thursday, October 25, 2018
Tuesday, October 31, 2018 Thursday, November 29, 2018
Thursday, November 30, 2018 Thursday, December 27, 2018
Sunday, December 31, 2018 Thursday, January 31, 2019
When will the winners list be posted?
All winners will be published on the WinWin50 Staff Lottery website within 10 days of each draw.
How many years has the lottery been active?
This is the Fourth year for the WinWin50 Staff Lottery.
What is the licence number of the raffle?
Licence 473747.
Who is the Project Manager?
Dean Faithfull #RTM 35083 / Stride Management Corp.
Is the ticket tax deductible/do you get a tax receipt?
No, there is no tax receipt issued and the ticket is not tax deductible.
Must the ticket purchaser and the name on the ticket be over the age of 18 years?
Can tickets be put in the name of a corporation or business?
Yes. Should the ticket be a winner, the prize is then awarded to the corporation or business and the person who claims the prize must be able to prove they are an authorized officer of that company.
Where do proceeds from the WinWin50 Staff Lottery go?
Proceeds go to the Alberta Health Services and Covenant Health Foundations and Trusts in support of the purchase of innovative equipment, leading-edge research and/or enhance patient care for their facilities/programs.
How much has WinWin50 raised so far?
Your support of the WinWin50 Staff Lottery has contributed more than $2.8 Million to help enhance health care across Alberta. To see the Foundation/Health Trust and Estimated Total to Benefit Health Care for previous years click below:

2016 | 2015


Your support of the 2015 WinWin50 Staff Lottery has contributed more than $667,000 to help enhance health care across Alberta. By purchasing a ticket in the WinWin50 Staff Lottery you have made it possible for hospitals, long-term care facilities, health centres, and community health programs to improve the already great care received by patients. Your contribution is helping purchase vital equipment, supporting staff education, and touching the lives of countless patients across our province every day.

Foundation / Facility Estimated Total Benefit
Alberta Children’s Hospital $78,025.10
Carewest $3,090.18
Devon General Hospital $4,309.88
Foothills Medical Centre $83,326.35
Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital $5,984.33
Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital $20,955.25
Kaye Edmonton Clinic $4,671.66
Leduc Community Hospital $8,706.90
Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute $9,413.17
Other - Calgary & Area $62,038.91
Other - Edmonton & Area $60,683.89
Peter Lougheed Centre $41,878.04
Rockyview General Hospital $36,835.56
Royal Alexandra Hospital $67,122.83
South Health Campus $46,147.09
Stollery Children's Hospital $54,196.83
Sturgeon Community Hospital $14,185.85
University of Alberta Hospital $54,369.25
WestView Health Centre $11,298.07




Your support of the 2016 WinWin50 Staff Lottery has contributed more than
$2.2 million to help enhance health care across Alberta. The lottery has grown tremendously with 45 participating foundations and over 100 hospitals, long-term care facilities, health centres, and community health programs. Each charity, listed below, will receive funds to purchase cutting-edge equipment, fund research, increase screening/prevention programs, and improve the already great care received by patients across Alberta. Your contribution is touching the lives of countless patients in our province every day.

Foundation / Facility Estimated Total Benefit
Airdrie Health Foundation $7,096.97
Alberta Cancer Foundation $202,405.65
Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation $188,211.71
Bassano and District Health Foundation $1,987.15
Beaverlodge Hospital Foundation $5,109.82
Black Gold Health Foundation $16,323.04
Brooks and District Health Foundation $9,509.94
Calgary Health Trust $390,049.61
Canmore and Area Health Care Foundation $1,845.21
Cardston and District Health Care Foundation $1,987.15
Claresholm and District Health Foundation $10,361.58
Coronation Health Centre Foundation $3,548.49
Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation $9,509.94
David Thompson Health Trust $109,009.50
Daysland Community Hospital Foundation $3,974.30
Devon General Hospital Foundation $6,955.03
Drumheller Area Health Foundation $1,703.27
EMS Foundation - Calgary $8,516.37
Fort Macleod and District Health Foundation $4,967.88
Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital Foundation $12,632.61
Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation $41,162.44
Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation $43,007.65
Grimshaw/Berwyn and District Hospital Foundation $4,116.24
High River and District Health Care Foundation $8,232.49
Hinton Healthcare Foundation $2,271.03
Northern Alberta $314,810.27
Oyen and District Health Foundation $2,412.97
Peace River and District Health Foundation $14,193.94
Ponoka and District Health Foundation $12,064.85
Regional EMS Foundation $5,109.82
Rosebud Health Foundation $2,980.73
Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation $139,384.54
Sheep River Health Trust $8,374.43
Southern Alberta $324,887.96
Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation $123,203.44
Strathcona Community Hospital Foundation $8,232.49
Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation $33,355.71
Swan Hills Hospital Foundation $1,561.33
Taber and District Health Foundation $4,258.18
Tofield and Area Health Services Foundation $6,387.28
Tri-Community Health and Wellness Foundation $19,019.89
University Hospital Foundation $149,746.12
Vulcan Health and Wellness Foundation $3,548.49
Wainwright and District Community Health Foundation $3,406.55
Windy Slopes Health Foundation $4,825.94



I’m not on the AHS email distribution list. How do I get on this list?
You must fill out a Network Access Request (NAR) form. You can find this form on AHS website at If you cannot access insite you will need to have your supervisor or manager complete the NAR to give you access. Please note: all NARs require supervisor or manager approval.
I don’t have an Alberta Health Services email. How do I get one?
To get an Alberta Health Services email you must complete Network Access Request (NAR) form and obtain your manager’s approval. This form is on AHS insite at
Is the WinWin50 Staff Lottery website security enhanced?
Yes, the WinWin50 Staff Lottery site is security enhanced within the Secure Online Order Forms. For a user to be sure of this, observe the left-hand corner of the address bar and a small image of a padlock will be visible. This image indicates a secure area of a website. Another indication of this is when the web address reads https:// as opposed to http://. The “s” in https stands for Secure.
Why am I unable to access the Secure Online Order Form?
If you are using Internet Explorer and are experiencing difficulty accessing the Secure Online Order Form:

This could be the result of an outdated browser. The WinWin50 Staff Lottery purchase page is not compatible with Internet Explorer version 10 or lower. Due to Microsoft security updates, if your browser version is less than Internet Explorer 11 you will have difficulty viewing our page. Please visit Microsoft to update to the latest version of your browser, otherwise use a different browser (Chrome, Mozilla, Firefox, etc.) to purchase your tickets.

If you are using a Windows platform such as Vista, XP or any older version:

You will not be able to update Internet Explorer to its latest version. Again, we recommend switching browsers or phone customer service, 1-844-5WinWin (594-6946) to place your order.
    • AHS employees may also download the Payroll Opt-in Form, print, complete and take to Human Resources office.
    • Non-payroll purchasers may also download the Ticket Order Form print, complete and mail to:
      WinWin50 Staff Lottery
      3950 12 Street NE
      Calgary AB T2E 8H9

We appreciate your support and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause
Can I choose a specific ticket number?
No. Ticket numbers are consecutive, computer generated and assigned at time of purchase.
How many names can be put on a ticket?
AHS and Covenant Health staff participating in payroll deductions may only have their own name printed on each ticket. If a one-time ticket is purchased under the public domain, two names may be added to the ticket. Should a purchaser want to put any more than 2 names on a ticket, it is recommended that the purchaser keep a record of who is involved with the purchase. The Licensee and Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission will not be responsible for any dispute that may arise between the different individuals. In the event of a winning ticket stub having more than one name listed the lottery will award the prize to the individual whose name appears first on the stub. The Licensee and the Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission are not responsible for resolving any disputes, which may arise from the different individuals.
How are winners notified?
Once draws have been completed; the winner will receive a call from a representative of the Lottery who will verify the winner’s ticket purchase and provide instructions for obtaining their prize. If a winner cannot be reached this way an official prize letter will be mailed to the winner with instructions to claim their prize.
What happens if I lose my ticket or I can’t find it?
You do not need your ticket to claim your prize. We have all the necessary information to verify the winner. Your name, address & phone number is recorded in the database along with your ticket number. If you have a winning ticket number, you will receive your prize letter to claim your prize. Upon receipt, winners need to validate their information by presenting a valid piece of government issued ID.
Can orders be placed by people living outside the province of Alberta?
Any purchaser who RESIDES OUTSIDE ALBERTA BUT IS WITHIN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA at the time of purchase may purchase a ticket. The ticket can be mailed to any address (even outside of Alberta).
Who cannot purchase tickets?
Contest guidelines prohibit the following people from purchasing tickets in the lottery: Executive members of the Lottery Licensee; Stride Management Corp., immediate family and anyone under the age of 18. (Immediate family member is defined as: parent, brother, sister, son, daughter or spouse of any individuals). Employees and Board members of participating Foundation/Trusts are not eligible to participate in WinWin50 Staff Lottery.
What is done with my personal information?
Both WinWin50 Staff Lottery and Stride Management Corp. respect your privacy. We do not rent, sell or trade our mailing lists. The personal information collected by the WinWin50 Staff Lottery will be used to process ticket orders and to contact you regarding ongoing and future lotteries. The names, cities and winning ticket numbers of winners will be published on