$60.3 million in social contributions
Loto-Québec’s social contributions totaled over $60.3 million for 2019-2020:
- $32.8 million spent on the fight against compulsive gambling
- $17.7 million paid to non-profit organizations
- $9.8 spent in corporate sponsorships
$469 million to fight problem gambling since 1999
- $22 million paid to the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux for programs to prevent problem gambling and provide free treatment across Québec.
- $3 million paid to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux to implement control measures in locations where video lottery terminals are available.
$9.8 million in cultural and sporting event sponsorships
Loto-Québec spent $9.8 million in 2019-2020 on event and corporate sponsorships, providing support for countless events via Rendez-vous Loto-Québec and amateur sport.
$350,000 raised during the generosity campaign
Loto-Québec’s employee volunteerism activities are grouped under the Tous gagnants program. In 2019-2020, our employees heeded the call to pay it forward. For example:
- $350,000 raised during the Tous gagnants generosity campaign
- more than $150,000 collected for Moisson Montréal, Moisson Outaouais, Moisson Laurentides and the Service alimentaire et d’aide budgétaire de Charlevoix-Est
More than 36,000 bar and brasserie owners and employees gain awareness to problem gambling
The Taking Risks Is No Game training course is mandatory for all video lottery retailers and employees assigned to VLTs. The course raises awareness and provides trainees with the tools they need to encourage responsible gambling. More than 36,000 bar and brasserie retailers and employees have taken the training since the program was first launched in 2001.