The Hoosier Lottery was proud to announce a transfer of $346,800,000 to the State of Indiana, fulfilling its mission to return maximum net revenue to the State, in a socially responsible manner.
The year was marked by another significant milestone when we surpassed $7 billion in total transfers to our good causes since 1989.
The mission of the Hoosier Lottery is to return maximum net income to the state in a socially responsible manner.
More than $1.1 billion went toward prizes during this past fiscal year. From visiting with winners in prior years, we know that much of the prize money is spent in local communities throughout the State.
Big prize winners may buy cars, complete home improvement projects or make some other major purchase - often with businesses in their communities.
Hoosier Lottery retailers earned $115.5 million in sales commissions and bonuses that helped large and small businesses succeed while contributing to the local communities’ economies.