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Mar 30, 2020

Caesars Entertainment properties donate thousands of pounds of food during coronavirus situation

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Since temporarily closing doors during the coronavirus situation, Caesars Entertainment resorts have given back to the community in a time of need.

Over the past couple of days, resorts in Las Vegas have donated 116 pallets worth of perishable food items - such as dairy, eggs and produce - to Three Square Food Bank. The food was dispersed to the nonprofit’s 43 emergency food distribution sites throughout the Las Vegas Valley.

Additionally, 10 pallets of perishables were donated to others in the community, including Las Vegas Rescue Mission, and our long-time diversity partners City Impact Foundation, Macedonia Outreach Social Enrichment Services (MOSES) and Share Village.

Fourteen pallets of perishables went to the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Emergency Operations Center.

And the resorts in the Las Vegas area aren’t the only ones stepping up.

Harrah’s Reno donated 150 pounds of food to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Catholic Charities received 500 meals and the Gospel Mission received 100 meals. Hash House A Go Go also donated 200 pounds worth of food to Catholic Charities.

Harrah’s Resort Southern California donated more than 8,000 pounds of produce and refrigerated items to the San Diego Food Bank. The resort also donated 805 pounds of food to The Foundry Escondido.

On the East Coast, Caesars properties in Atlantic City delivered food to the Community Food Bank of South Jersey and Atlantic City Rescue Mission.

And Harrah’s New Orleans donated 7,852 pounds of food to Second Harvest Food Bank New Orleans, which included 1,000 pounds of top round, 160 pounds of shrimp and 400 pounds of catfish. In total, the donation from this property equates to 6,543 meals for the community.

Caesars Entertainment properties in North America temporarily closed in response to coronavirus and are committed to helping our communities during this time.