Nonprofits receive donations from IP Casino

It’s an exciting time to be a nonprofit organization on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Recently the IP Casino Resort and Spa donated more than $800,000 to nonprofits across the Coast this year. Forty-one nonprofits were selected to receive funds, helping to support and raise awareness for the positive development of youth, education, arts, health, social, and civic programs which contribute to a higher quality of life within the communities of the greater Gulf Coast region.

The IP has donated funding to various groups since 2006 with donations totaling more than $19 million to date. IP will announce additional donations to be made in 2019 at a later date.

Here is the full list of recipients

  • American Red Cross- Mississippi
  • Back Bay Mission
  • Biloxi Excel By Five
  • Biloxi First, Inc.
  • Biloxi Little Theatre
  • Boys and Girls Club of the Gulf Coast
  • Boys and Girls Club of Jackson County
  • CASA Harrison County
  • Emerald Coast Poker Run
  • Feed My Sheep
  • Feeding the Gulf Coast
  • Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence
  • Gulf Coast Senior Prom
  • Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra
  • Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast
  • Humane Society of South Mississippi
  • Seashore Mission of Biloxi
  • Secondliners Mardi Gras Club
  • Foundation, Inc.
  • Vincent de Paul Community Pharmacy
  • Loaves and Fishes
  • Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
  • Make-A-Wish of Mississippi
  • March of Dimes- Mississippi Chapter
  • Mental Health Association of South Mississippi
  • Mississippi Center for Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities
  • Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce Foundation
  • Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Foundation
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People-Biloxi Branch
  • Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art
  • Rapiscan Systems Classic
  • The Salvation Army Mississippi Gulf Coast
  • United Way of South Mississippi
  • United Services Organization
  • Visit Mississippi
  • YMCA Mississippi Gulf Coast
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