1.1 Raffles

A raffle is a lottery where entrants purchase tickets for a chance to win prizes and the proceeds go to a charity, sporting, educational or recreational body or a registered political party. Any method can be used to draw winners, as long as it provides a random and equal chance of each ticket being drawn and the method does not allow the possibility of more than one entry being deemed the winner of the same prize.
You must be a declared community or charitable organisation to hold a raffle and a minor gaming permit is required when the total retail prize value exceeds $5000. Cash is not a legal raffle prize. However, if the raffle prize is travel associated, for example, accommodation or flights, a maximum of 10 per cent of the total value of the prize can be cash.

For further information on raffles, please refer to the
Raffles page on the VGCCC website.