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Community Impact

Arizona Lottery Scratchers Ticket Donation Program

The Arizona Lottery is proud to support the fundraising efforts of qualifying Arizona non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations that support our "Gives Back" pillars by awarding $100 Scratchers bundles. To qualify, organizations must have been in existence for a minimum of 5 years. See application for additional requirements.

If awarded, the Scratchers bundle will include:

  • 2 $20 Scratchers 
  • 3 $10 Scratchers 
  • 3 $5 Scratchers
  • 3 $3 Scratchers 
  • 3 $2 Scratchers 

The Arizona Lottery understands that many fundraising events may have shifted online in recent months. To comply with ARS 13-3302, if a fundraiser is an online/virtual event, Scratchers may only be won through a raffle, not an auction. Additionally, rules for the raffle must state, “A member, director, officer, employee or agent of the organization may not receive any direct or indirect pecuniary benefit other than being able to participate in the raffle on a basis equal to all other participants.

If you have any questions please reach out to [email protected]

Status: Accepting Applications.

Submit application to [email protected]

*To be eligible for a donation the application must be filled out entirely and submitted at least one month prior to the event. Tickets will be prepared and available for pickup no sooner than one month prior to event date. Tickets can be made available for pickup from either the Arizona Lottery Phoenix or Tucson office. 

Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020) was the last year of the Arizona Lottery Community Sponsorship Program. We are proud to continue to assist local non-profits with their fundraising efforts through the donation of Arizona Lottery Scratchers tickets. 

Giving Back Pillars

Your organization or program must fall under one of these pillars to be eligible:


Programs that educate Arizona’s youth and community. They may span arts, culture, early childhood education, K-12, higher education, and more as long as there is a learning component.

Health and Human Services

Programs with a mission to improve the health and well-being of Arizonans. They may include those that improve public health and safety, raise awareness of available resources, and provide services to the Arizona population.

Economic Development

Programs with a mission to enhance Arizona’s economic prosperity and sustainability. These includes those focusing on relevant economic issues, developing or aiding entrepreneurs, seeking solutions to Arizona’s economic challenges, and more.

Environmental Conservation

Programs that help to preserve Arizona’s unique landscape, improve the quality of the state’s natural environment, and conserve habitat and wildlife.