On August 26, 1971, the Pennsylvania Lottery was established with the enactment of Act 91 of 1971. Initially, the proceeds of the lottery were targeted to provide property tax relief for the seniors of Pennsylvania. Since its establishment, the lottery has funded programs including rent debates, the low-cost prescription drug programs PACE and PACENET, long-term living services, free and reduced-fare transit, and the 52 Area Agencies on Aging, including full- and part-time senior centers across Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Lottery is the only state lottery that targets all its proceeds to the seniors or the older residents of Pennsylvania.

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To affirm your win, dive into The Lottery Lab and confirm your Pennsylvania Lottery numbers with us. All 100 winning tickets of $1,000 and all 5,892 winning tickets of $100 should be claimed at any authorized Pennsylvania Lottery Retailer. Lottery players with winning tickets worth $100,000 and $1 million, should fill out a PA Lottery Claim Form to claim the lottery winnings. Ensure to sign your winning ticket before proceeding with the claiming process. Ensure to carry your government-issued photo ID proof and social security card while going for the claiming process. Fill in the details at the back of your ticket for complete authentication. It is advised that you take your time, assemble a professional team of tax attorneys, finance managers, accountants, etc before claiming your winnings. Confirm if your state allows you to claim your winnings anonymously.
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