The results of lottery in South Africa are not just the game that millions of people in South Africa play every week, but these results can be seen in the community and economy at large too. While millions of people wait for the results of lottery in front of their TV sets every week, there are millions of South Africans who benefit from the results of lottery in a different way.
The national lottery is responsible for keeping the doors open of many charities in South Africa. These charities could not exist without the lottery and receive weekly, monthly and quarterly and yearly contributions from the national lottery fund to fund their organizations.
These organizations vary from non profit organizations to non governmental organizations and other charities. They apply for financial support from the national lottery and will then receive money from the lottery. In this way the community still receives benefits and upliftment from the results of lottery even though millions of people play the lottery every week and don’t win anything.
Some of the charities that benefit from the results of lottery include shelters for the homeless. These charities receive funds from the national lottery to help them provide shelter for the homeless and run soup kitchens for people who would otherwise have nothing to eat. They also provide a home and safe haven for street children that would otherwise fall through the cracks and provide clothes and blankets to people who live on the street.
Other charities that benefit from the national lottery include charities and non governmental organizations that are dedicated to helping battered women and children. These people are victims of domestic abuse that seek shelter at these charities. Many of these charities would not be able to exist without the help of the lotto and have their existence thanked to the generosity of the national lottery.
There are many other organizations that benefit from the results of lottery and even though many people might not win the millions every week, that doesn’t mean South Africa doesn’t benefit from the results of lottery.