Easily create online charity raffles to sell tickets with a chance to win one or multiple prizes.
Important: Know the gaming laws in your State before proceeding with a raffle.
Hosting a Fundraising Raffle
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Create a single raffle ticket with one item to win, a single ticket with multiple winners, or separate tickets for multiple items. Whatever works best for you.
Sell raffle tickets, choose the winner(s), and notify them that they’ve won and how to pick up their item. Then let the rest of the world know too. Easy-Peasy!
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are many advantages to hosting an online raffle. The biggest is that you are making it easier on yourself to sell tickets and, most importantly, making it easy for your supporters to buy them. No printing tickets. You don’t need to be present to purchase them.
Raffles and online raffles are governed by state laws and each state has their own rules and regulations. YOU need to do your research to ensure that you, as a 501(c) organization, can host an online raffle in your state and what is required. This information may be found online or by contacting your state governing organization. CausePilot does not provide legal advice. We simply provide a software tool that allows you to host an online raffle. However, you are responsible for following the rules and laws in your state. Consult an attorney for legal advice.
You can raffle as many items as you like. You can sell one ticket with multiple chances to win or individual tickets for each item.
You will use our random winner selection feature to choose winners or you can print out tickets to match the numbers you’ve sold and do a manual drawing. For example, pulling a ticket out of a bowl. Then, you would simply enter the winner into the system.
You set the limit on the number of tickets available and the last day you will sell them. Your software will stop selling the tickets when one of these limits has been reached.