Rules of Play for 50/50 Electronic Raffle:
1. The lottery will take place beginning on August 20 at 9:00 am – 12:00 pm on Friday, September 10 at 9:00 a.m. The tickets will only be sold online via Bump 5050.
2. All tickets will only be sold to people who are 18 years of age or older.
3. Tickets are $20.00 for 5, $40.00 for 10, and $100.00 for 25 .
4. Tickets will be sold using electronic online raffle system supplied by Bump 5050.
5. After buying, patrons will receive a receipt with their 50/50 registered numbers from a Random Selection System. No specific numbers can be given as numbers are generated randomly.
6. The winning ticket number will be selected by a Random Number Generation (RNG) system from all raffle numbers sold for the draw for that day/game.
7. Viewing : The rolling total and jackpot will be displayed on the Bump 5050 Website.
8. The winning number will be announced on May on the Conn Smythe Website. www.connsmythedinner.com, and online at easterseals.org.
9. The winning ticket number, lottery license number as well as rules & regulations must be on the charity's website. The charity's website will be listed on the bottom of each ticket (www.easterseals.org) so that people can check the winning number if they are not present when it is drawn. These details must be on the website for 6 months after the draw. We will also have the winning ticket number on the event website – connsmythedinner.com.
10. If the patron with the winning number on their ticket is at the event at the time when the number is drawn, they can speak to Easter Seals Ontario staff about collecting their winnings. The cheque will be available as of September 15, 2021.
11. If the winner is not in attendance at the event, or does not wish to claim their prize immediately, they may claim their prize by contacting Easter Seals Ontario (Lauren Squizzato) at: 416.421.8377 ext 316 or by email at: email@example.com . The ticket may then be brought to Easter Seals Ontario, 700-1 Concorde Gate, Toronto ON M3C 3N6 at an agreed upon time for ticket verification. The winner will then be paid by cheque for the amount posted at the event for which they bought their ticket. Winners must have the original winning ticket, photocopies or duplications will not be accepted. All payments will be made by cheque.
12. The winning ticket holder has 6 months in which to claim their prize from the date of the draw their ticket was purchase for.
13. The winner must provide his/her name, address and phone number with picture identification for our report sheet.
14. Once the certified winner is verified, and provides identification with photo ID, they will be given a cheque in the amount of the declared prize which is, at minimum, 50% of the total sales for that game. If the winner cannot provide photo ID, then the winning proceeds will be held until such identification can be provided.
15. If no winner comes forward the number will be announced repeatedly by the host, and we will have a screen set up at the event with the rolling jackpot displayed. The jackpot will also be visible on our TVs throughout the room. The winning ticket number, lottery license number as well as rules & regulations must be on the charity's website. The charity's website will be listed on the bottom of each ticket so that people can check the winning number if they are not present when it is drawn. These details must be on the website for 6 months after the draw. We will also have the winning ticket number on the event website – connsmythedinner.com.
17. In the event that no winner comes forward, the winning stub will kept in a safety deposit box and held for 6 months. After that time period has elapsed the prize will be donated to a charity other than Easter Seals Ontario, with the approval of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
18. The following individuals are not eligible to participate in the 50/50 draws:
- No Easter Seals Staff, principal officer or paid staff of an applicant organization may be involved, in any way, in the approval of a licence application and/or the management and conduct of a licensed event.
-No staff or volunteer assisting in the conduct and management of a lottery event may have any monetary interest in any card, ticket or bet, or have a chance to win a lottery prize in any way.
- No designated member responsible for the conduct of the licensed lottery, or volunteers assisting
with the lottery, may have any direct or indirect personal financial interest in the funds raised.
19. The above set of rules will be posted online via our website with Bump 5050.
For access to problem gambling services:
Connex Ontario – 1.866.531.2600