Gaming Forms

If the event is cancelled, this affidavit must be submitted to the Division.
Each organization must file an affidavit affirming the funds raised were distributed to the charitable program or purpose stated in the original application.
Under certain circumstances, the Gaming Law allows organizations to make changes to the date and location
The Annual Gaming Event Application for qualified organizations interested in applying holding one annual gaming event.
A checklist and instructions for qualified 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(19) organizations interested in applying to hold an annual gaming event.
The Tennessee Nonprofit Gaming Law allows eligible 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(19) organizations to hold an annual “game of chance” fundraising event.
The post-event financial report for events raising more than $5,000
The post-event financial report for events raising $5,000 or less
A guide for organizations that raise $50,000 or more through its gaming event and must have its post-event financial report audited.
If an organization fails to return 25% of gross proceeds, this form must to be submitted to the Division.