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Eligible charitable groups need a licence to hold each gaming event (casino, raffle, bingo and pull ticket).

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Eligible charitable groups can apply to conduct casino events.

Raffle: $20,000 and Less

This information answers commonly asked questions, and explains eligibility and application for this type of raffle.

Raffle: More than $20,000

Learn about the eligibility and application processes for this type of raffle.


Eligible charitable groups can apply to conduct bingo events.

Pull Ticket

Eligible charitable groups can apply to sell pull tickets.

Use of gaming proceeds

Groups earn proceeds from casino, raffle, bingo or pull ticket events. Proceeds may only pay expenses for approved charitable programs.

Financial reporting for charities

Groups must report how they use casino, raffle, bingo and pull ticket gaming proceeds.

Audit procedure

What to expect if your charitable organization is chosen for an audit of its finances.