Social Responsibility

Corporate 

We are committed to the health, safety and well‐being of our employees, suppliers, partners and local communities in which we live and work. Accordingly:

  • We provide workplaces that encourage and facilitate diversity, equal opportunities, personal and professional development, optimal performance and employee engagement.
  • As a team, we participate in community volunteer days each year with local organizations that align with our corporate citizenship goals.
  • We encourage and support our employees who involve themselves in public and charitable service and facilitate matching charitable contributions up to specified amounts.
  • We aim to build long-term relationships with our suppliers and support small and local businesses.
  • We aim to work together with local organizations and charities and create partnerships that are aligned with our business values.

Our Tenants

Caesars Entertainment Corporation

Caesars Entertainment places great importance on corporate social responsibility through its People Planet Play framework.  Caesars is committed to the well-being of its guests, team members, and communities, as well as to caring for the planet we call home. Some of the highlights of the Caesars Entertainment’s 8th Annual Citizenship Report include:

  • People: 44% of managers were women; 37% were minorities.
  • Planet: One of only 30 companies designated a triple A rating in three Carbon Disclosure Project rankings.
  • Play: Leader in Responsible Gaming, conducting over 65,000 hours of Responsible Gaming training in 2016.

Caesars Entertainment is committed to acting with integrity and care for their colleagues, communities and the environment.

Penn National Gaming

Penn National Gaming is committed to being a good corporate citizen in each of the communities in which it operates. The company funds programs and projects through its properties and the Penn National Gaming Foundation.

The Penn National Gaming Foundation, a 501(c)3 private foundation, was launched in 2005 by Penn National Gaming, Inc. in the wake of Hurricane Katrina to assist the nearly 2,000 Penn National employees impacted by the storm. The Foundation awarded over $1.4 million in grants for immediate needs such as food, water, clothing, shelter and medical needs.

The Foundation also supported relief efforts across the Gulf Coast through donations to organizations such as Hope Haven Shelter in Bay St. Louis, the MS Law Enforcement and Firefighter Katrina Relief Fund, KaBOOM! and its efforts to rebuild playgrounds on the Coast, and the Gulf Coast-area Salvation Army.

The Penn National Gaming Foundation supports numerous local non-profit organizations in the communities in which Penn National operates, focusing on projects that promote community development, education, human services, cultural affairs and diversity, and health services.