A record 250 associates from Delaware North’s Buffalo-area operations came together last week for the United Way Day of Caring, volunteering with several nonprofit organizations across Western New York.
Jake’s 58 Casino Hotel, located in Islandia, N.Y., and operated by Delaware North’s gaming division, this week hosted a community youth baseball clinic that featured several former New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates players.
Patina 250 this week hosted the inaugural Hungry to Help, a taste-around charity event benefiting FeedMore WNY, the new nonprofit formed by the alliance of the Food Bank of WNY and Meals on Wheels for WNY.
As they prepared to host the Stanley Cup Final at the Delaware North-owned-and-operated TD Garden, arena associates, members of the Bruins staff and Sportservice associates recently took time to complete a community service project at a local park.
Delaware North Co-CEOs Lou Jacobs and Jerry Jacobs Jr. today presented Special Olympics New York President and CEO Stacey Hengsterman with a $50,000 gift to support the growth of the organization’s Unified Sports program in Western New York.
Delaware North’s Los Angeles International Airport team was recognized by U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard, who represents California’s 40th District, for its contribution to a recent community event.
Delaware North and the Jacobs family today a $1 million gift to Say Yes Buffalo's five-year, $100 million endowment campaign, which will ensure scholarship availability for eligible students for years to come.
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