A little known fact is that 35% of all gaming proceeds in New Hampshire are donated to local charities. This aligns perfect with the Eureka Way – serving our guests, community and one another with care, compassion and dedication.
Krempels Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain injury. In partnership with universities and community volunteers, they offer programs that engage members in meaningful and productive experiences and provide ongoing support and resources to survivors and their families.
|5.22 - 31||Concord Lions Club|
|6.1 - 10||Senior Living|
|6.11 - 20||SCORE|
|6.21 - 30||Amy's Treat|
|7.1 - 10||Belknap Mill|
|7.11 -20||Lions Club of Seabrook|
|7.21 -25||Seacoast Rail Trail|
|7.26 -30||Workforce Housing Coalition|
|7.31 - 8.9||Womenade|
|8.10-19||Brain Injury of NH|
|8.30 - 9.8||Derry Friendship|
|9.9 - 18||Feminist Health Center|
|9.19 -28||Big Bro Big Sis|
|9.29 -10.8||Core PTO|
|10.9 - 18||NE Hurricanes|
|10.19 - 28||Seacoast youth Services|
|10.29 -11.7||Raymond Youth Services|
|11.29 - 12.8||American Legion Kensington|
|12.9 -18||Lil Iguanas|
|12.19 -30||Miss NH|
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Before a NH Charity may participate in “Games of Chance” in the state of New Hampshire, they must satisfy the Requirements of the NH Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission. The charitable group must have been registered with the NH Secretary of State and the NH Charitable Trust Division of the Attorney General’s office for at least two years. Information on the licensing procedure and forms required may be found on the web site of the NH Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission at: https://www.racing.nh.gov/index.htm