Pais About Pais

Mifal Hapais - For People

 
The reason that Mifal Hapais (the Israel State Lottery) exists at all, is to raise funds from the public, through lotteries and games of chance, in order to achieve public goals and improve the quality of life for the population of Israel in the fields of education, health, community sport, art and environmental quality.
 

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Objective Criteria for Fiscal Allocation

Mifal Hapais earnings from the sale of lotteries are returned to the community through allocations distributed to all of the local authorities in Israel, and through prizes that are distributed to participants in those lotteries.

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Environmental Responsibility

Mifal Hapais Thinks Green: in recent years environmental issues have occupied a significant place on the public agenda.

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An Enterprise of Health and Welfare

During the past decade 164 health and welfare projects were established, with a total investment of NIS 242,371,179.

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How it All Began

The idea of establishing a lottery had formed in the mind of Israel Rokach, the Mayor of Tel Aviv, immediately after the State of Israel was established.

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Contributiontothe Education System

During the past decade 1,730 educational and sports buildings were established and renovated, with a total investment of NIS 4,874,351,613.

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Areas of Assistance

100% of the profits from the lottery are returned to the community, some as prizes to winners, and some being allocated to all the local authorities in Israel

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Returned to the Community

Mifal Hapais earnings from the sale of lotteries are returned to the community through allocations distributed to all of the local authorities in Israel, and through prizes that are distributed to participants in those lotteries. During the years of its existence, Pais has invested over NIS 23 billion in establishing buildings for education, sports, health, welfare and culture for the community.
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