CHICAGO — Camelot Illinois today announced its latest series of grants to support local community groups across Illinois, while celebrating recognition of its positive impact on work culture through recent Built In Chicago awards.
CHICAGO – The Illinois Lottery today announced its unaudited financial results for the first six months of the fiscal year 2021, yielding total sales of $1.6 billion and estimated proceeds to the state of $337 million. Lottery players also claimed over $1 billion in prizes and Lottery retailers earned $87 million in commission during the period.
Camelot Illinois announced it has awarded grant funding to support the nonprofit organizations John Wood Community College (JWCC) Foundation and Girls 4 Science (G4S).
Camelot Illinois is pleased to announce a second year of funding for non-profit organizations through the Camelot Illinois Grant Program. Over the past year, Camelot Illinois has supported the community with grants and donations totalling $241,800.
Camelot Illinois is proud to announce that non-profit organizations Ladies of Virtue (LOV) and Step Up received $30,000 in total funding from the Camelot Illinois Grant Program.
Camelot Illinois is pleased to announce that Keith Horton has recently been promoted to the role of General Manager of Camelot Illinois, the private manager of the Illinois Lottery. He will continue to serve as the company’s General Counsel.
Camelot Illinois announces two non-profit organizations have received funding from the Camelot Illinois Grant Program to benefit local communities.
Camelot Illinois to Support Chicago Youth Through Cradles to Crayons' COVID-19 Emergency Essentials Fund
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Camelot Illinois is donating $15,000 to Cradles to Crayons (C2C) in support of its efforts to provide emergency essential items for children facing barriers to adequate resources throughout Chicagoland.
Camelot Illinois was recently recognized by both Great Place to Work and Built In Chicago for its exemplary work culture and employee satisfaction.
Camelot Illinois today announced a new partnership with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to fund two new school projects as part of its Computer Science for All Initiative (CS4All), an innovative computer science program that provides equity, empowerment, and opportunities that maximize the potential of every student.