Hoosier Lottery
Current Jackpots and Winning Numbers
Jackpot alerts
  • Powerball®
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $170,000,000
  • Next Drawing: Wed, April 1st
  • Mega Millions®
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $113,000,000
  • Next Drawing: Tue, March 31st
  • Hoosier Lotto®
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $3,200,000
  • Next Drawing: Wed, April 1st
  • CA$H 5
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $110,000
  • Next Drawing: Tue, March 31st
Latest Winning Numbers
  • Powerball®
    • 7
    • 40
    • 48
    • 55
    • 66
    • 11
  • Powerplay: 2x
  • Next Drawing: Wed, April 1st
  • Mega Millions®
    • 3
    • 25
    • 28
    • 50
    • 60
    • 01
  • Megaplier: 4x
  • Next Drawing: Tue, March 31st
  • CA$H 5
    • 18
    • 22
    • 28
    • 29
    • 45
  • Next Drawing: Tue, March 31st

Community Impact

Financial Literacy 

The Hoosier Lottery developed a free Financial Literacy Course in partnership with IVY Tech Community College in 2015. Through continuous improvement reviews, the Financial Literacy Course was redesigned from one lock-step course to four individual modules that could be taken independently of each other.  

Although the overall content of the course did not change, participants were given the freedom to pick and choose the topics they felt most relevant to their needs. The course was featured in our Problem Gambling Awareness Campaign. 

 

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Community Sponsorships and Charitable Giving 

The Hoosier Lottery strongly believes in being an active member of the communities it serves. Through community sponsorships, charitable giving, and organizational memberships, we hope to strengthen the communities in which we do business. 

From the prior fiscal year, we saw a decrease in total spend for sponsorships, contributions and memberships by approximately 11%. This can be attributed to renegotiated community sponsorship contracts that ultimately led to increased benefits at a lower cost and better alignment with business priorities.  

Additionally, we receive tickets to events from our sponsorship agreements. When those cannot be given away as prizes or used for other business purposes, the Hoosier Lottery donates them to charitable organizations. 

 

The Hoosier Lottery is occasionally given tickets for admission to various events as a result of some community and sports sponsorships. Tickets that are not used for business purposes are typically donated to charitable organizations. The Hoosier Lottery also donated silent auction baskets to organizations throughout Indiana. 

Employee Volunteer Program 

Our employees are also active within the community. Throughout the year, employees are encouraged to use employee volunteer programs to participate in non-profit service opportunities. 

 

Our employees contributed 102 hours of service to a variety of non-profit organizations at a value of $2,518.38*. This was accomplished through group efforts and individual volunteering. 

Group volunteer activities included continued support of Gleaners Food Bank and Girls Inc with the addition of a new partner, Noble. Noble is an organization that supports individuals with intellectual disabilities. Volunteers visited with clients and participated in crafts, art, bingo, and athletic activities. 

*Calculated using Points of Light Foundation Volunteer Economic Impact calculation (Total hours x $24.69) 

Employee Giving 

Hoosier Lottery employees not only give their time in a company setting, but they give from their hearts, personally. Throughout the year, the Hoosier Lottery promotes opportunities for employees to individually donate to local organizations or to make financial contributions through the State Employee Charitable Campaign. 

Over the holidays, employees at Hoosier Lottery headquarters supported a family through the Julian Center and collected food items for Mid-North Food Pantry. The sales regions collected food and clothing items for the Salvation Army. 

Employees also collected school supplies for Teachers' Treasures and pet supplies for the FACE Animal Clinic. New and gently used athletic equipment was collected for an initiative through the Indiana Sports Corporation.