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Welcome to the NH Lottery Commission Investigation & Compliance Division’s website.
The mission of the New Hampshire Lottery Commission is to maximize revenues for aid to public education by providing secure and entertaining gaming products to its players. The commission’s dedicated staff recognizes that New Hampshire was the first state to offer a lottery in modern times and that the lottery shall continue to be an industry leader by striving to exceed minimum industry standards and goals established for accounting, security, marketing, and game design.
The mission of the Investigation & Compliance Division of New Hampshire Lottery is to protect the interest of the public, while fulfilling the objective of gaming as a source of revenue for education in the state. This is accomplished by ensuring the integrity of legalized gambling through the enforcement of applicable laws and regulations, licensing of qualified individuals and entities as well as encouraging economic opportunities.
Tiffany Eddy (Tiffany Eddy & Associates)
New Hampshire Charitable Gaming
New Hampshire Charitable Gaming
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We're a large visiting nurse association and Hospice.
We work with victims of violent crime, crash and trauma.
Triangle Club is a meeting house for recovery meetings; AA, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Heroin Anonymous.
Greater Manchester Colt League is a recreational baseball program for boys and girls ages 13 to 23.
We are a Philharmonic Orchestra.
We perform in New Hampshire.
Nashville Pal is a New Hampshire based nonprofits serving youth.
We're an emergency homeless shelter that serves single men, women and children.
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation is the nonprofit funding partner of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.
Every year we serve roughly 150 to 175 individuals.
Every year, we take care of people in homes, in nursing homes, in assisted living facilities.
We also hold some meetings for grieving family members that have lost loved ones due to addiction. We're connecting cops and kids in everything that we do.
Charitable gaming has been instrumental in our ability to do the things that we do at the shelter for the people that we provide services for.
It's the most incredible thing in the world.
It helps so many nonprofits do the great work that they are supposed to do.
Unrestricted dollars from charitable gaming are crucial for us at the Heritage Foundation.
It's been just wonderful to have the gaming continue and the checks come, and without that, we wouldn't be able to give the kids the very best.
The future is so uncertain.
Charitable gaming has literally, literally saved our pipe band.
These are nonprofits.
It helps us.
It helps so many people throughout the state of New Hampshire.
It's a crucial revenue generator that's sorely needed, and without it, many nonprofits would not be here. This is really working for all of us, and it's not just our organization.
I'm a Rotarian.
Our Rotary has had a charitable gaming Week each year.
I don't think that people understand the reach that charitable funds bring to the state of New Hampshire and all of these community organizations who are here even during COVID doing this for the community.
As a prior law enforcement officer, I support charitable gaming.