Eureka Casino Resorts’ New Hampshire-based charity casino The Brook has surpassed the $5m landmark of money raised for local causes since it purchase the property in February 2019.
The venue has donated funds to more than 75 charities on a rotating basis over the last three-plus years, with the Granite State contributing 35 per cent of all gaming revenue directly to local organisations.
Julie Baron, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish New Hampshire, said she will be “forever grateful” for the support The Brook has provided her organisation as well as the others that have benefited.
“The Brook’s passion and enthusiasm to give back and support the children of Make-A-Wish New Hampshire has been deeply touching and impactful,” she noted.
“Because of The Brook, children in New Hampshire can find joy, hope and power in one simple wish. Their overall support of the many charities they work with shows how committed they are to truly making a difference in our community.”
During the timeframe Eureka Casino Resorts, The Brook’s parent company that also boasts a venue in Nevada, has completely remodelled the 75-acre property.
Most recently, the property unveiled an enlarged casino floor, fresh gaming machines, outside deck, ballroom and event space. In coming months, The Brook will continue to expand and add further games, which will help boost the number of charities that the casino benefits to more than 100.
“We’ve invested millions to breathe new life into and totally reimagine the former Seabrook Park, now completely reinvented as The Brook,” said Andre Carrier, Chief Executive Officer of The Brook.
“We’ve made meaningful and impactful partnerships with dozens of New Hampshire charities, working deliberately and diligently, not only to raise money, but to create opportunities to build awareness for their services and to call for volunteers.”
Eureka Casino Resorts, which launched in 1997 and became Nevada’s first employee-owned hotel-casino company in 2015, is a 100% employee-owned resort casino company that acquired The Brook, formerly known as Seabrook Park, in 2019.