Employees of Casino Donate to Babies in Need |
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Hundreds of pounds of basic items for babies were loaded on to trucks and delivered to a Las Vegas charity thanks to the employees of American Casino & Entertainment Properties. American Casino owns the two Arizona Charlie's in Las Vegas and the Aquarius Hotel and Casino in Laughlin.
Over the past six weeks the nearly 5,000 employees of the company have donated car seats, bottles, diapers, clothing and more to Baby's Bounty. Monday, two trucks were loaded with all of the items collected and brought to the non-profit headquarters.
“This will go a long way toward helping newborns in need in our valley. As our demand for assistance keeps growing, every financial and item donation drive becomes more critical,” said Baby’s Bounty founder, Kim Amato.
Baby's Bounty provides basic needs for newborns in need in southern Nevada. Since it was first created three years ago the charity has helped more than 1,200 newborns with necessities. The non-profit will hold drive at the Baby Expo at South Point Casino on August 6.