Atlantis' 12 cash-out kiosks use a program designed by slot manufacturing company Everi to give guests the option to donate change from slot tickets to four nonprofits.
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa breached the $150,000 mark this month via its nonprofit slot machine donation program.
The casino’s 12 cash-out kiosks, which use a program designed by slot manufacturing company Everi, give guests the option to donate change from slot tickets to four nonprofits: Food Bank of Northern Nevada, American Cancer Society- Great West Division, Honor Flight Nevada and Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeastern California and Northern Nevada.
According to a June 10 press release from the casino, since the program’s inception in 2018, guests have donated $40,096.53 to ACS, $39,467.93 to the Food Bank, $33.213.61 to Honor Flight and $37,412.66 to Make-A-Wish. On average, guests have donated $127 per day.
“We were the first casino in Northern Nevada to utilize the Everi Cares Giving Module program that allows us to offer this unique opportunity,” Steve Ringkob, corporate director of slot operations, said in a statement. “Thanks to the incredible generosity of our guests, we’ve been able to make a direct and significant impact in our community by supporting these wonderful charities.”