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Chukchansi Gold Donates For Storm-Related Relief Efforts

CHUKCHANSI GOLD DONATES TO AMERICAN RED CROSS AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ANIMAL DISASTER TEAM FOR STORM-RELATED RELIEF EFFORTS

 COARSEGOLD, CA –  As storm-related emergencies continue to impact the state, Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino is providing financial support to the American Red Cross of the Central Valley and the Central California Animal Disaster Team (CCADT) with a $10,000 donation shared between the organizations to aid their emergency response initiatives.

Efforts by the organizations have been nothing short of heroic:

  • American Red Cross of the Central Valley. The Red Cross has mobilized relief supplies and trained disaster workers across the vast 400+ miles of California impacted by these storms – from Yuba City to Ventura. Teams are working with local and state officials to help ensure people get the help they need. As of January 12, more than 350 Red Cross disaster workers have joined with its partners to provide more than 10,200 meals, over 60 shelters, and over 3,400 overnight shelter stays.
  • Central California Animal Disaster Team. CCADT, which assists emergency response agencies and the American Red Cross with animal evacuation during disasters, has been working with Merced County Animal Services since January 9 to provide emergency sheltering for small and large animals, including small companion pets, horses, ponies, and goats.
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Janet K. Bill, Tribal Chairperson

“In times of crisis, it’s critical the community comes together to provide support,” said Janet K. Bill, Tribal Chairperson. “Chukchansi Cares supports philanthropic organizations and is a long-time advocate for the American Red Cross and animal-related efforts; we’re proud to continue to provide our support as they take on the significant challenge of helping those impacted by this disaster.”

Known for its steadfast community support, Chukchansi Gold’s Chukchansi Cares program donates thousands of dollars to local nonprofit organizations every year, in total giving over $20 million in charitable dollars toward community benefit programs and initiatives.

 About Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino: 

Nestled near the majestic Yosemite National Park, Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino brings the beauty of the Sierra foothills into a world-class destination resort with fine dining, heart-pounding entertainment, and premier gaming. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2023, Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino has been voted No. 1 for 15 years as Best Casino by the Fresno Bee People’s Choice Awards, sees over 130,000 monthly guests, and employs over 1,100 individuals – disbursing roughly $50 million in payroll and benefits into the local economy every year. Guests can enjoy its newly refurbished and remodeled hotel towers with 402 luxury rooms, indoor/outdoor pool, Serenity Springs Spa, and the award-winning Vintage Steakhouse that further the casino’s reputation of quality, luxury, and hospitality. For more information about the hotel and casino, please call 1-866-794-6946 or visit ChukchansiGold.com. Must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid government-issued photo ID acceptable to management for any and all transactions.

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Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians Tribal Council

 

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