Before anyone can operate a raffle within Montgomery County, they must obtain a raffle permit. Only non-profit organizations qualified under Section 501 (c) (3), (4), (7), or (10) of the Internal Revenue Code, Title 26 of the United States Annotated Code may obtain a raffle permit. A non-profit organization may conduct a 50/50 raffle without a permit, as long as the prize does not exceed $300.00
What is a raffle?
A raffle is a lottery in which the prize is won by one of numerous persons buying chances. The raffle includes the sale of chances and the drawing of the winner.
When must one apply for a raffle permit?
The application must be submitted at least thirty (30) days prior to the date the raffle tickets will be sold.
How does one apply for a raffle permit?
Applications and information on the required attachments are available here (pdf):
Is there a fee?
See the fee schedule to determine the appropriate fee: Fee Schedule
What is the process for applying for a Raffle Permit?