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New Jersey Lottery Benefits Education and Institutions

 
   

New Jersey Lottery Fiscal Year 2013 Revenue Distribution

The New Jersey Lottery is the State's fourth largest revenue producer. In Fiscal Year 2013, the Lottery grossed over $2.8 billion in sales and contributed 34% of sales, more than $1 billion, to the State, in support of its beneficiaries. The New Jersey Lottery contributions help fund education and institutions making everyone in the Garden State a winner.

Since its inception in 1970, the Lottery has dedicated $22 billion to programs that benefit millions of New Jersey residents. Community Colleges, Universities, the Department of Human Services, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the School Nutrition Program, and the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf are just a few of the organizations and programs whose constituencies benefit from Lottery proceeds.

The New Jersey Lottery also plays a key role in supporting businesses throughout the State. At the end of Fiscal Year 2013 there were more than 6,600 Lottery retailer licenses issued, up from 6,500 the prior year. Retailers are vital to the success and growth of the Lottery. Retailers are the public face of the lottery brand and provide customer service and product support. In return, retailers earn five percent commission on their lottery ticket sales in addition to ticket cashing bonuses and special product promotion bonuses. In Fiscal Year 2013, the Lottery returned more than $157 million, up from $153 million, in commissions to its retail business partners throughout the State.

 

 

 

 

REVENUE RECIPIENTS - FY 2013

State of New Jersey Programs Supported by State Lottery Resources for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2013 (a)
(Amounts Expressed in Thousands)
 

Amount Expended and/or Encumbered (a)

Department of Agriculture

School Nutrition

$3,045

 

Department of Education

Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf

$1,941

Non-public School Aid

$48,479

Statewide Assessment Program (Grades 4, 8, 11)

$9,797

School Construction and Renovations

$60,764

Total Department of Education

$120,981

 

Higher Educational Services

Senior Public Institutions - Operating Aid

$388,961

Tuition Aid Grants

$180,079

Higher Education Capital Improvement Plan - Debt Service

$12,682

Aid to County Colleges for Operational Costs

$61,570

Coordinated Garden State Scholarship Program

$848

Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarships (NJSTARS)

$4,373

Opportunity Program Grants

$14,116

Supplementary Education Program Grants

$6,946

Veterinary Medicine Education

$22

Total Higher Educational Services

$669,597

 

Department of Human Services

Operation of Centers for Developmentally Disabled

$65,626

Operation of State Psychiatric Hospitals

$184,072

Total Department of Human Services

$249,698

 

Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs

Operation of Homes for Disabled Soldiers

$41,689

 

 

Total Revenue Realized - GAAP Basics

$1,085,010

(a) The amount of State Lottery funding in the programs designated above may only represent a portion of its total State funding. Any balance of the appropriation for the program would be funded by the General Fund.

 

Revenue Recipients (PDF)

 

Where the Money Goes Tour

Bring the Lottery to your organization!

Let the New Jersey Lottery Speaker's Bureau make your next special event even more special. Our Where The Money Goes tour continues to be a hit statewide, making appearances at lots of different New Jersey clubs, organizations and associations.

The Where the Money Goes tour provides insight into the New Jersey Lottery's REAL mission:  to improve the lives of countless Garden State residents. You'll see first-hand how the revenue generated by the New Jersey Lottery goes to help fund many State-sponsored programs and educational institutions.

Our presentation consists of a 15 minute Power Point demonstration, followed by a brief Q&A period, and some interesting and amusing stories about our games, retailers and winners.

For more information about how to schedule a speaker for your organization's next event, contact our Public Information Office at 609-599-5875 or by email at: maryann.rivell@lottery.state.nj.us


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