Corporate Social Responsibility

The NC Lottery was created to provide value to North Carolinians.
Corporate Social Responsibility Supporting our Stakeholders

Supporting Our Stakeholders

Here at the Lottery, we love what we do. But in order to increase earnings for education and continue to give back millions to the state, we need public support. Our stakeholders help us become a better and stronger organization, which is why we take the time to support and listen to them. Whether you play our games or not, you're one of our stakeholders and your opinions matter.

Our Schools:

Raising Awareness

The NC Lottery is a proud supporter of education across the state. An example of this support is the Teacher of the Week recognition. We partner with local news agencies throughout the state to help recognize the hard-working, dedicated teachers in North Carolina. This recognition features teachers who have been honored for their work at the school, county, state or national level.

Our Players:

Promoting Responsible Play

In an effort to promote responsible play, the Lottery partners with the National Council of Problem Gambling. From Problem Gambling Awareness month in March to the Gift Responsibly campaign during the holiday season, the NC lottery participates in a year-long effort to raise awareness for problem gambling issues and the help that is available.

Our Retailers:

Building Relationships

Our retailers are central to our success. They help us fulfill our mission of raising money for education. Understanding the need for a positive, collaborative relationship, in 2012 the Retailer Advisory Board was created. We believe this board serves a vital role in helping us understand the needs of our retailers and players. Over the last few years, they have made suggestions and recommendations that have helped us meet player expectations. Repeat Play, ticket checkers, and new ticket dispenser designs were successfully introduced to players because of the Retailer Advisory Board.

The Public:

Becoming Familiar

Whether you play our games or not, you're one of our stakeholders and your opinions matter.

Where does the money go? Who decides how lottery proceeds are spent? How much money has my county received from the Lottery? What happens to unclaimed prizes? How much of lottery funds go towards administrative costs? How many prizes have been won in my area? Why does the lottery spend money on advertising?

All are great questions. All deserve great answers.

Speakers Bureau

Are you looking for a speaker for your civic, fraternal, or non-profit organization’s next meeting? We can talk about any lottery-related topic you choose, and we can tailor the presentation to fit your organization’s interests—just ask!

It’s easy to schedule a speaker. Fill in your information below, or call 919-301-3300 and ask to speak with someone in Communications.

Speakers Bureau Request Form 63791

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