SUGARHOUSE STEPS UP TO THE PLATE FOR POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE
Casino’s contribution supports PAL Night at the Phillies
PHILADELPHIA — July 16, 2019 — SugarHouse Casino celebrated the 41st Annual PAL Night at the Phillies on Monday, July 15, at Citizens Bank Park. The event helped raise more than $30,000 for the Police Athletic League (PAL) of Philadelphia to support youth development centers throughout the city.
PAL sponsors and Philadelphia media members teamed up for a friendly softball game prior to the Phillies home game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The night also featured several check presentations, including SugarHouse Casino’s donation to support PAL’s educational, athletic and cultural programs.
“SugarHouse is honored to support PAL’s mission of ‘Cops Helping Kids,’” said Emily Doñes, community relations manager of SugarHouse Casino. “Building a strong relationship between Philadelphia police officers and the children they protect and mentor is critical to the city’s future success.”
PAL serves 18,000 children at 20 centers across Philadelphia.
ABOUT SUGARHOUSE CASINO
Located along the Delaware Riverfront in Philadelphia, SugarHouse Casino features 1,755 slots, 105 table games, 62 hybrid gaming seats, a 28-table poker room and a designated Sportsbook area for live sports betting. The casino offers eight distinctive restaurants and bars — among them are Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House, Tacconelli’s Pizzeria, Saxbys and Geno’s Steaks — riverfront views, live performances in The Event Center, free parking, and promotions and giveaways daily. SugarHouse, which opened in 2010, employs approximately 1,600 Team Members and has been voted a great place to work in Philadelphia. SugarHouse Casino is owned and operated by Rush Street Gaming and its affiliates. For more information, visit SugarHouseCasino.com.
PAL is “Cops Helping Kids.” We aspire to be the premier youth-serving organization in the city, by reducing crime, promoting character development, and improving educational outcomes. We accomplish this by having Philadelphia Police Officers, supported by civilians, offer educational, athletic, and recreational programs to youth in some of the city’s highest crime and lowest income neighborhoods. PAL Centers are safe havens, offering a variety of free programs and other events to attract engage and develop more than 18,000 of Philadelphia’s youth.