Charitable Gaming.
It’s a win-win.

Through Charitable Gaming,
we’ve raised over


for over 2,200 participating charities and non-profits
in local communities across Ontario.

The Ontario Charitable Gaming Association advocates for charities and non-profits fundraising via gaming, providing support to enhance this funding source for community services across Ontario.

The Impact We’ve Had

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Our Mission

Charitable Gaming. Community Good. We believe that charitable gaming can have a positive impact in your community, and that’s why it’s an ongoing source of grassroots funding for participating local charities and non-profits across Ontario.

Our charitable organizations partner with commercial operators in charitable gaming centres to fundraise for their communities.

Our Contributions

At charitable gaming centres, the biggest winners are local communities. To date, we’ve raised over $400,000,000 for more than 2,200 local charitable organizations.

Our Volunteers

All of this is made possible through volunteerism at local gaming centres. Our member charitable organizations and their volunteers provide customer care, help promote events and share valuable knowledge about their charity and how the funding will be used.

Our Partners

Charitable Gaming was developed in collaboration with Ontario Charitable Gaming Association (representing charities and non-profits), Commercial Gaming Association Ontario (representing commercial operators) and the government (Ontario Lottery and Gaming) to deliver a new gaming entertainment experience to preserve and enhance funding for participating local charitable organizations. Working together, we have been able to sustain and grow the charitable industry while ensuring a direct portion of the funds goes back to local communities.

Contact Us

To learn more about Charitable Gaming and how to participate, please reach out to the Ontario Charitable Gaming Association (OCGA).

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