In FY 2019, the Hoosier Lottery achieved more than $1.3 billion in total sales and more than $312 million was returned to the State of Indiana to fund good causes in each Indiana county.
The Indiana General Assembly has established an annual disbursement of $30 million to local police and firefighters’ pensions, $30 million to the Indiana Teachers’ Retirement Fund, and the balance of surplus revenues to the Build Indiana Fund. In FY 2019, the contribution to the Build Indiana Fund was $249 million.
The Hoosier Lottery produces an annual report on its financial performance. This report highlights our ability to simultaneously maximize sales and control operational costs, which is critical to funding good causes.
Hoosier Lottery employees are responsible for ensuring that we fulfill our mission to return maximum net income to the State in a socially responsible manner. We are committed to offering our employees a workplace culture that is characterized by diversity and inclusion and celebrates performance and productivity. Employees are offered competitive wages, full benefits, paid time off, and development opportunities.
The Hoosier Lottery recognizes employees for their outstanding contributions to business operations at monthly and annual employee meetings. These contributions include providing years of dedicated service, achieving regional sales goals, driving innovation, and meeting other exceptional achievements.
Supporting Indiana Businesses
The Hoosier Lottery supports the State of Indiana’s Buy Indiana initiative and chooses vendors who meet these criteria. During FY 2019, we spent $13 million on Indiana vendors. The Lottery and all its vendors comply with U.S. laws on discrimination and workers’ rights.
Learn more about Hoosier Lottery's Corporate Social Responsibility acheivements.