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IP Casino Resort and Spa continues to donate to local charities

22 June 2021

(PRESS RELEASE) -- IP Casino Resort and Spa continues its long-standing record of charitable giving, donating a total of $839,000 to local charities and organizations to date in 2021.

IP Casino Resort Spa and Boyd Gaming are dedicated to giving back to the communities we call home. In determining non-profit organizations to support, IP focuses its support in four key areas: Community, Health and Human Services, Culture and Education. More than 30 local organizations are slated to benefit from the property’s 2021 donations. Some of those groups include Bacot McCarty Foundation, Boys and Girls Club of the Gulf Coast, Feed My Sheep, Make-A-Wish, NAACP-Biloxi Branch, and Humane Society of South Mississippi.

“Boyd Gaming and the IP Casino Resort Spa have been our community partners for the past 11 years, donating millions of dollars to us to disburse into the local community. The partnership has been historic and had incalculable benefits all across our region,” said Todd Trenchard, Executive Director of the Bacot McCarty Foundation. “Through the IP, each year we have been able to benefit over 30 local agencies and issue scholarships to hundreds of students who are attaining higher education. From the YMCA to Special Olympics, from Boys & Girls Clubs to Ronald McDonald Charities... the IP has been the philanthropic leader in South Mississippi. We could never do what we do without their generous support.”

“IP Casino Resort Spa believes in the mission of these organizations and the good work they do every day,” said Vincent Schwartz, Senior Vice President of Operations and General Manager of IP Casino Resort Spa. “Through our support of these great charities, the IP team strives to have a positive, lasting and meaningful impact on the entire Mississippi Gulf Coast community,”

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