Donations are made to charities by loto-québec

Donations are made to charities by loto-québec


This fall, the Crown corporation in Quebec has donated over a million dollars to charity. The Loto-o-Suivant charitable lottery was launched for the second time by the Crown agency. Each of the 50 winners received a CA$10k prize and were able to choose which organisation they wanted to give the money to.

On GivingTuesday, in time for the holiday season, Loto-Québec announced that it has contributed over one million dollars to local charity organizations. The Crown agency is able to assist many non-profit organizations in the province of Quebec thanks to the donations generated by projects, initiatives, promotions and charitable items.

The Crown and its employees are committed to giving back to the community and working towards the best interest of the province. In addition to the many initiatives, the Crown corporation participated in many support and solidarity projects, as well as teaming up with others to help communities. Les Petits Rois and AlterGo are included in this.

Almost a million dollars in donations

The Loto-o-Suivant charitable lottery was launched at retailers and online for the second time. The Crown agency was able to accumulate over CA$500,000 through this lottery product and donate the money to selected organizations. Each of the 50 winners received a CA$10k prize and were able to choose which organization they wanted to give the money to.

The hefty donations have been contributed to by its casino properties and gaming halls. Slot machine promotions were held at the Montréal, Lac-Leamy, Charlevoix, and Mont-Tremblant casinos. The Moisson food banks in those regions received the same amount of money as the patrons who were awarded CA$10,000. The gaming halls in Québec City and Trois-Rivires gave out CA$2,500 weekly prizes.

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In November, the Crown agency’s network of bingo halls ran special promotions. Participants who won a prize of CA$50,000 made sure that the non-profits affiliated with the gaming hall would receive CA$25,000. NPOs received CA$75,000 and over 450 of them will receive financial injection through the initiative.

The President and CEO of the Crown said that the lottery is central to the organization’s mission and that it makes them proud. He thanked employees, partners, and customers who participated in the Crown’s generosity activities and were able to give back to the community this way.

The new hall is called Kinzo Hall

The launch of a new Kinzo hall in Longueuil, just next to a bingo hall of the Crown corporation, was announced in the summer of 2022. According to the Crown corporation, the new establishment has a player capacity of 72 individuals.

According to reports from the lottery regulator, the new property and the existing bingo hall will contribute to a total of 17 non-profit organizations in the area. The province is eager to connect with its Longueuil player base and thanks all employees and partners who made the new location possible, said the Executive Vice- President and CEO of Gaming Establishments at the Crown back then.

There are close to $1,000,000 in donations to local charities in Loto- Québec.