Charitable Gaming in Vermont

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Charitable gaming refers to bingos, raffles, and a variety of other games of chance being conducted for charitable purposes. This guide contains information about charitable gaming in Vermont.

Vermont Charitable Gaming License

Not required

Charitable Gaming licensure is not required on the State level in Vermont.

Vermont does not require nonprofit organizations to hold a state level license or permit in order to host a charitable gaming event, however, organizations must adhere to the relevant state laws when hosting a gaming event. Organizations that conduct gaming activities are typically required to report to the Department of Taxes.

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