The Lott in the community

  

Giving back to Australian communities is in our blood here at The Lott. In fact, we’ve been doing it for over 120 years!

As well as our contributions to State and Territory Governments, Tatts has provided support for charities and community events by supporting causes that mean a lot.

Over the years, if you’ve played lottery games, you’ve helped contribute to your local community – from funding the building of hospitals to assisting disaster recovery efforts.

And while we all love a win, there’s something we love even more, and that’s giving back to our communities.


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Furthering the fight against cancer

To support the ongoing research and development into children’s brain cancer survival outcomes, we are proud to donate $500,000 from Golden Casket unclaimed prize money. 





 

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

We’re proud to have supported Childhood Cancer Association’s crucial work since 2019, and this year we continue that with a $50,000 donation.   



  

Our community partners

Here at The Lott, we are proud to support some amazing community partners who are working to make Australia a safer, healthier and better place for their communities.
 


 

Medical research

We’ve supported world-leading research from institutions such as the Children’s Brain Cancer Centre, Children’s Cancer Institute, and Mater. 





 

Support for Australian disaster relief

We want to help Australians when they need it most. In January 2020, we donated over $1.8 million to bushfire relief efforts to support those doing it tough.





 

Supporting hospitals across Australia 

From state-of-the-art medical equipment through to vital support programs and services, we have a long history of supporting health infrastructure that makes a difference when Australians need it the most.





 

Daniel Morcombe Foundation 

The Lott has supported the work of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation for many years to help expand its child safety programs and the assistance it gives to victims of crime.




    
   
The Lott in the community


*State Lottery Taxes FY19 Australia-wide (ex. WA).