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Once you have sold one ticket, the draw for prizes must be completed. If you have not sold any tickets, contact your municipality to let them know you will not be operating the raffle. For more information, please call Special Olympics Ontario at (4...
Yes, you do. The way in which you would about licensing the raffles is as follows: * An application needs to be sent to the municipality where your community Special Olympics program takes place. * A separate trust bank account is needed to depos...
By placing the proceeds of a raffle in a segregated trust account, you are able to separate gaming costs from the rest of your general revenue. If the municipality ever checks the account, it is easy to determine where the money was spent. Raffle profi...
Here are some reasons as to why your municipality may not grant you a raffle license: * Your programs need to exist for a year. * You are missing required information with your application at Special Olympics Ontario. * A report is missing from a ...
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