Who can assist an organization in conducting their charity gaming events?

Published 04/21/2008 12:21 PM   |    Updated 05/20/2009 05:40 PM

Who can assist an organization in conducting their charity gaming events?

  • A qualified organization may only use members of their organization to operate or work their charity gaming events and may not receive any remuneration.  IC 4-32.2-5-16 (b) allows a qualified organization to use a non member in the capacity of a worker if the individual is a member of another qualified organization and the individual’s participation is approved by the commission.
  • A full time employee may assist in the position of a worker but not an operator

 

Who is a member?

·         A member is an individual entitled to membership in a qualified organization under the bylaws, articles of incorporation, charter, or rules of the qualified organization

·         A member of the qualified organization’s auxiliary

·         A member of an organization that is a public or nonpublic school is the following

A parent of a child enrolled in the school

A parent of the school’s parent organization

A member of the school’s alumni association

An employee of the school

An officer of the school

A student enrolled in the school

  • A member of a qualified organization’s board or directors or board of trustees

 

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