WIN BIG WITH THE BIG BC LOTTO
Big Brothers Big Sisters organizations of BC enable life-changing mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people across our province. Many children and youth in Canada struggle with societal barriers and face adversities in their lives like detrimental living conditions, family violence, risk factors for mental health, school issues and identity challenges. With the guidance and support of a mentor, these risks can be reduced or even avoided, and youth are reminded they can be anything they dream of being. Lotto proceeds will directly support 11 Big Brothers Big Sisters organizations across BC and the 5000+ at-risk youth that are mentored through their programs.
Tickets are available in the following bundles - the more you buy the more chances you have to win!
Lucky winner will be drawn on Friday May 13th at 12PM PST.
When can I buy a ticket?
Tickets will be available to buy on April 1, 2022 at 12PM PST
When is the draw?
The draw is on Friday May 13th at 12PM PST.
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How do I stay updated with events like this one?
Ticket purchasers will be added to our newsletter list to receive information about our yearly lotto. You can unsubscribe at any time.
What are the odds in winning?
The odds are 1 in 16,600 (total tickets for sale) to win a prize. Actual odds depend on number of tickets sold.
How will I know if I have won?
After the draw the winner will be contacted by telephone. The prize cheque will be available for pick up or mailed once the winner’s identity and mailing address has been verified. Winners consent to release of their names by licensee. If a winning ticket bears a minor's name, the prize will be lawfully delivered on behalf of the minor to the minor's parent, legal guardian or trustee. No tickets will be purchased by the Board of Directors or employees involved with the conduct and management of the ticket raffle.
Is the Lottery ticket purchase tax deductible?
No, your ticket purchase is not tax deductible. Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) regulations do not allow purchased lottery tickets to be tax deductible.
Will my winnings be taxed?
As mandated by Canada Revenue Agency, lottery winnings are not taxable. They are not considered income or capital gains.
Who can I contact with questions?
Email email@example.com or call 778-513-3126