Illinois Lottery unveiling new game to benefit Special Olympics programs
ILLINOIS - The Illinois Lottery is teaming up with Special Olympics Illinois and Special Children's Charities to create a new game that will benefit Special Olympics athletes throughout the state.
Lottery officials say they will unveil a new instant game on February 16 that will help raise money for Special Olympics sports training programs in Illinois. The new game will cost $3 per ticket, and is expected to raise approximately $1 million for Special Olympics programs.
In order to participate in the Illinois Lottery, you must be at least 18 years old. For more information, visit the Illinois Lottery's website.