In advance of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day this Saturday, Jan. 9, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is pleased to share the outcome of its Q4 Giving Module program, with one of the lead beneficiaries being Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation.
As a result of the resort’s ongoing charitable slot kiosk program, more than $24,000 was donated to local charities in Q4 of 2020. In addition to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation, additional Q4 beneficiaries included Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada, 100 Black Men of Las Vegas and Bunker Labs.
The Cosmopolitan’s Giving Module allows resort guests to donate spare change to one of four pre-selected nonprofit organizations when redeeming a slot ticket voucher at any of the casino’s 12 ticket redemption kiosks. A new lineup of charitable beneficiaries is instated each quarter. Additional local non-profit organizations that benefited from the resort’s Giving Module charitable efforts include Folded Flag Foundation, Las Vegas Rescue Mission and HELP of Southern Nevada, honing the resort’s efforts to support causes focused on the military and veteran community, diversity and inclusion, physical and intellectual health, learning and student enrichment, and food and hunger relief.
Since debuting, The Cosmopolitan’s Giving Module has amassed more than $70,000 in charitable aid via 316,000+ donation transactions from guests. Coupled with an ongoing pledge to match $10,000 in donations each quarter, The Cosmopolitan and its guests have provided more than $115,000 in local aid since July 2019.
In the resort’s continuation of the Giving Module into the new year, Q1 2021 charities include: Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada, providing students with hands-on financial literacy curriculum and programs; American Indian College Fund, investing in Native students and tribal college education to transform the lives of young adults; Honor Flight Southern Nevada, benefiting opportunities for local veterans; and Las Vegas’ chapter of Teach for America, aiming to tackle educational inequity and poverty.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas would like to thank all local law enforcement agents, as well as the frontline healthcare workers who continue to keep the city of Las Vegas safe and healthy.