Lotteries and Gaming Saskatchewan (LGS) announced that they have provided $1.78 million in charitable gaming grants to 1,200 organizations across the province in the fourth quarter of the 2023-24 fiscal year.

The grants were paid to charitable organizations in over 250 Saskatchewan communities. Estevan, Weyburn, and the surrounding area in the southeast received more than $75,000. Estevan received the highest total at $42,741.41, Carnduff received $23,717.98, and Weyburn received $20,976.99.

Amounts received in other communities:

  • Arcola: $862.86
  • Carlyle: $871.51
  • Lampman: $1,423.38
  • Midale: $1,906.63
  • Oxbow: $3,243.84
  • Redvers: $3,771.71
  • Stoughton: $3,396.67

Charitable organizations in good standing that conduct licensed charitable gaming, including bingo, raffles, and Monte Carlo events, are eligible to receive these grants quarterly.

These groups and organizations receive grants equal to 25 percent of the net revenue raised by each charitable event, up to a maximum of $100,000 per group or organization annually.