Did you know that 100% of Lotto profits go back into New Zealand communities?
Mokau is the kind of place you go to get away from it all and thanks to Lotto players, still have access to essential services.
Where would you find some of the country’s best white water rapids? Well, thanks to Lotto players, there’s now a world-class white water facility right in the heart of South Auckland.
When you play Lotto, you’re helping Dress for Success support Kiwi women with the tools they need to get back in the workforce and achieve financial independence.
While most of us are still sleeping, Paddy Rimene is up and about at 4:30am, training in his waka on Henley lake.
Sport Maker winner Jason King was rewarded with a special team experience with Wellington Phoenix players for his outstanding contribution to First Kicks Football in Whanganui.
Every time you play Lotto, you’re helping Coastguard and rescue helicopters keep Kiwis safe.
As Kiwis, we love our national bird and everyday Lotto players are helping kiwi birds thrive throughout New Zealand.
New Zealand has a rich history of story telling and Lotto players are helping bring great kiwi stories to life through movies.
You won’t find a better friend than this dog called 'Friend' who has a special bond with his owner Mike.
Kara Hodge received a Sport Maker award and an ultimate team experience for his inspirational commitment to the Tokoroa High School Girls 1st XV team.
From rubbish dump to the city’s most visited tourist destination – Hamilton Gardens has become a must see for visitors all year round. And there’s more to come thanks to funding from Lottery Grants.
Ever bought a Lotto ticket and wondered where the money back to the community goes?
Lotto brings you the tale of one sports ground serving its local community and fostering the next generation of sports stars
We love raising money to support communities around New Zealand and in this clip we meet an amazing Plunket volunteer from Geraldine, South Canterbury.
See Lotto NZ's funding of Surf Life Saving in action with Surf Life Saving ambassador Jamie McDell.