Since 1989, Hoosier Lottery funds have supported local police and firefighters’ pensions, the Teachers’ Retirement Fund and the Lottery Surplus Fund.
Anthony in Fort Wayne. Mike in Muncie. Marshall and Kathy in Indianapolis. These are just some of the Hoosier Heroes--teachers, police and firefighters, who have spent their lives making a difference all over Indiana.READ STORIES
Click on your county to see how Hoosier Lottery proceeds
were distributed to beneficiaries in your area.
Total Payments to Winners: $15.9 Billion • Total Payments to Retailers: $1.7 Billion • Total Transfers to the State of Indiana: $6.7 Billion
Lottery Surplus Fund Total
Police and firefighters' pensions Total
Teachers' Retirement Fund Total
All financial figures based on Fiscal Year 2021. *Not all counties have local police and fire departments, and therefore not all counties have an allocation for those pension funds. Those counties are: Benton, Brown, Crawford, Franklin, Harrison, Jasper, LaGrange, Newton, Ohio, Orange, Owen, Parke, Pike, Pulaski, Spencer, Switzerland, Union and Warren.
The mission of the Hoosier Lottery is to return maximum net income to the state in a socially responsible manner.LEARN MORE
Check out the ways that we support good causes and Hoosiers throughout our state.
Since 1989, we’ve been providing important funds to the State of Indiana by offering fun and engaging games.
We’ve partnered with Ivy Tech Community College to offer a free course on financial literacy.
Whether you win or lose, we believe it’s the joy of playing the game that’s most rewarding.
Like peanut butter and jelly, or Fred and Ginger, myLOTTERY and the Hoosier Lottery app are great on their own, but even better together!