In most states and jurisdictions, charitable gaming refers to games of chance conducted and held by licensed charitable organizations for fundraising purposes. Common examples of charitable gaming include bingo, charity game tickets, raffles, casino game tables, poker, paper pull tabs, and electronic pull tabs.
Offering charitable gaming opportunities to your members can not only provide them with entertainment, but also increase your revenue and allow you more opportunities to help your community with the funds you have raised.
While Charitable Gaming can be extremely beneficial to your organization, the industry is highly regulated and it is recommended that you work with trusted and experienced manufacturers and distributors. Check with your state or local jurisdiction to see the regulations that would apply to your organization. If you have any questions, feel free to CONTACT US any time.
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