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eSports

article HPU esports player takes talents beyond the computer screen (11/16/2019)
(Hawaii) -- Hawaii Pacific University is giving away $18,000 worth of scholarships through their month-long esports tournament. The League of Legends portion of the...
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Soboba Band

article Donate toys and get casino voucher at Soboba Casino Resort (11/16/2019)
(California) -- The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians, in partnership with the Soboba Foundation and Soboba Casino Resort, is holding its annual toy drive. Those who bring...
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Native American History Month

article UC collecting winter clothing for Native American Heritage Month (11/15/2019)
(South Dakota) -- In celebrating this year’s Native American Heritage Month, the University of Cincinnati is sponsoring a donation drive to help a historically...
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Penn National

press release Penn National Gaming, Inc. Recognized for Alcohol Education Program (11/14/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Health Communications, Inc. (HCI), the providers of the TIPS (Training for Intervention ProcedureS) Program, is pleased to announce that Penn National...
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MGM Springfield

article MGM makes annual host community payments (11/13/2019)
(Massachusetts) -- Municipal officials representing adjoining communities celebrated the relationship those towns and cities have with MGM Springfield with a reception...
article MGM Springfield pays out $1.8 million to surrounding communities (11/12/2019)
(Massachusetts) -- MGM Springfield has paid $1,796,875 to fulfill surrounding community agreements with seven cities and towns near the casino. Several mayors and...
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MGM Resorts

article MGM Resorts honor more than 80 wounded warriors, guests (11/12/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- In celebration of America’s service members, MGM Resorts International hosted “A Salute to the Troops,” honoring more than 80 wounded...
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Pechanga Casino

article Spa Pechanga’s Hair-a-Thon benefits “Cancer Warriors” (11/12/2019)
(California) -- Spa Pechanga’s recent Hair-a-Thon drew 15 donors from the San Diego and Temecula area who got their hair cut and donated a total of 30 ponytails to...
article First Spa Pechanga Hair-A-Thon sees 15 donors and two cancer warriors (11/9/2019)
(California) -- Tears, wigs and haircuts could be found at Pechanga Resort Casino, Oct. 24, as 30 ponytails were donated and two breast cancer warriors received real-...
article Pechanga event donates hair to create wigs for cancer patients (10/30/2019)
(California) -- Fifteen people lost 30 ponytails last week for a good cause at Pechanga Resort Casino near Temecula. At Spa Pechanga’s first Hair-a-thon event...
article Pechanga Spa’s ‘Mane Campaign’ visits Hemet’s Little Lake Elementary School (10/18/2019)
(California) -- Nineteen young ladies and students from four Hemet schools and several of their parents each gave, 8-10 inches of hair during the first Spa Pechanga Mane...
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Viejas

press release Viejas donates $25,000 to Susan G Komen San Diego (11/11/2019)
(California) -- Viejas Casino and Resort has increased its charitable donations after unveiling the presentation of a $25,000 cheque to Susan G Komen San Diego. The...
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Tunica-Biloxi

article Tunica-Biloxi Tribe donates $50,000 to NIWRC (11/10/2019)
(Louisiana) -- Two years after the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center was told it would receive royalties from the critically acclaimed film "Wind...
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Land Issues

article $4M W. Village House Won’t Go to Indian Tribe; Millionaire Reneges on Promise (11/7/2019)
(New York) -- Cancel the thoughtful gesture. It was three years ago that millionaire Jean-Louis Goldwater Bourgeois said he wanted to give his Manhattan home back to the...
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Gun Lake

article Gun Lake Tribe and Casino donate thousands to local sheriff, fire department (11/6/2019)
(Michigan) -- Gun Lake Tribe and Casino donated to both the Allegan County Sheriff's Department and the Wayland Fire Department on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The tribe and...
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Illinois Gaming

article Danville Boys and Girls Club 'overjoyed' by casino developer's $1M pledge to fund expansion (11/5/2019)
(Illinois) -- When Rob Gifford takes calls from parents who want their children to attend the Danville Boys and Girls Club, he has to explain that their names will be...
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Pokagon Band

article Indiana Governor accepts third Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians donation (11/4/2019)
(Indiana) -- The Governor of Indiana, Eric Holcomb (pictured), has reportedly been criticized after it emerged that his re-election campaign recently accepted another $...
article Loophole allows casino owner to donate $10,000 to governor's reelection campaign (11/3/2019)
(Indiana) -- An entity seeking to open the 14th full-fledged casino in the Hoosier State last month donated $10,000 to the re-election campaign of Republican Gov. Eric...
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Hopi Tribe

article Moenkopi Developers Corporation receives grant to support Hopi villages (11/2/2019)
(Arizona) -- The Moenkopi Developers Corporation (MDC), a 501(c) (3) nonprofit economic development entity, has received a $150,000 grant from USDA Rural Development to...
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Yocha Dehe Wintun

article Empower Yolo: Yocha Dehe invests in local youths (11/2/2019)
(California) -- Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes to help save the day — whether it’s a mother keeping her family safe, an advocate comforting her...
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Citizen Potawatomi

article Casino manager going through tough times still helping others (10/30/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- We all know people who are always willing to help out, and Megan Cobb is definitely one of those people. Cobb's work as an audit manager at Firelake...
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Forest County Potawatomi

article Potawatomi Hotel & Casino to give $1 million to charities with bingo game (10/30/2019)
(Wisconsin) -- Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is getting set to drop more than $1 million on area charities in its annual Heart of Canal Street promotion. The yearly...
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Hard Rock

article Hard Rock Atlantic City donates $32K for cancer research, awareness (10/30/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- Employees of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino raised more than $32,000 for breast cancer awareness and research in October. As part of its Pinktober...
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San Manuel Tribe

article $1.3M grant allows UCLA’s tribal legal clinic to become operational year-round (10/30/2019)
(California) -- The doors of UCLA’s tribal legal clinic, which allows law students to work directly with tribes to develop legal institutions, will soon be open...
press release San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Awards $1.3 Million Grant to UCLA Law to Advance Justice on Tribal Lands (10/3/2019)
(California) -- The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has awarded a grant of more than $1.3 million to UCLA School of Law to help strengthen legal institutions in...
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Cherokee Nation

article Youth, elder ‘Angel’ efforts underway (10/29/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- The Cherokee Nation is seeking charitable people with the “Christmas Spirit” for a pair of donation-dependent projects that provide gifts to...
article Cherokee Nation companies continue support of schools (10/3/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- Employee volunteers from Cherokee Nation Businesses and Cherokee Nation Entertainment are continuing the company's tradition of supporting local...
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First Nations

article Trail-building project for First Nation teens stalled after province redirects $100K in funds (10/28/2019)
(British Columbia) -- The Skawahlook First Nation in Agassiz, B.C. will not be able to expand trails in a local park — and it blames the B.C. government for...
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Sheldon Adelson

article Adelson school of medicine opens at Ariel University in Samaria (10/28/2019)
(Israel) -- Israel’s newest medical school opened its doors to 70 students at Ariel University on Sunday in a festive inauguration attended by U.S. Ambassador to...
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Shakopee Mdewakanton

article Water treatment plant a symbol of cooperation between Shakopee Sioux, Prior Lake (10/27/2019)
(Minnesota) -- Residents of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community and the city of Prior Lake are drinking the same water after opening a $22.5 million treatment plant...
article Shakopee Mdewakanton devotes $5M to improving Native education in Minnesota (10/25/2019)
(Minnesota) -- Minnesota schools can do a better job of teaching about Native Americans’ history and present, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community said this...
article Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Announce $5M Campaign To Boost Native Education In MN Schools (10/17/2019)
(Minnesota) -- The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) announced a $5 million campaign, called Understand Native Minnesota, which seeks to improve the Native...
article Shakopee Sioux announce $5 million campaign to boost Indian education in Minnesota schools (10/11/2019)
(Minnesota) -- The gap in Minnesota school books became glaringly evident to Rebecca Crooks-Stratton when her daughter's social studies project asked what American...
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Snoqualmie Tribe

article Giving Big: Snoqualmie Tribe donates over $1 million to Washington nonprofits, hosts gala to celebrate recipients (10/25/2019)
(Washington) -- On Saturday, October 19th, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe hosted its first ever Snoqualmie Tribe Charitable Donations Gala to celebrate the nonprofits it...
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Chumash Tribe

article Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Donates Fire Truck to Cahuilla Indians (10/24/2019)
(California) -- When a Southern California Indian tribe was looking for a fire truck to bolster its growing fire department, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians...
article Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Donates Fire Truck to Cahuilla Indians (10/24/2019)
(California) -- When a Southern California Indian tribe was looking for a fire truck to bolster its growing fire department, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians...
article Santa Ynez Chumash Give $100,000 Matching Grant to Solvang Festival Theater (10/5/2019)
(California) -- In front of a sold-out crowd to see country music legend Clint Black perform at the Solvang Festival Theater, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians...
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Virginia Gaming

article Bristol casino developers donate to campaigns (10/21/2019)
(Virginia) -- Developers of the proposed Bristol Resort and Casino have contributed more than $300,000 to the various campaigns in the upcoming Virginia legislative...
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Agua Caliente

article Agua Caliente's Dinner in the Canyons raises money for educational programs on native culture (10/18/2019)
(California) -- Visualize an extravagant, catered dinner party for hundreds of guests, resplendent with fine linens, decadent foods, delicious cocktails and dazzling...
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Mississippi Band of Choctaw

article Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians awarded $363,000 in public safety funding (10/18/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has been awarded $363,000 in federal funding to improve public safety, serve victims of crime, combat violence...
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Graton Rancheria

article Graton Rancheria tribe will donate $2.85 million to Sonoma State University nature preserve (10/17/2019)
(California) -- The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria will donate $2.85 million to improve and expand environmental education at Sonoma State University’s...
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Oneida Nation

article Madison County divvies up 'host community' payment from Oneida Indian Nation (10/14/2019)
(New York) -- Like Oneida County, Madison County now receives money from the Oneida Indian Nation as a “host community” to its gaming facilities. The state,...
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Wynn Resorts

article Satre was ‘experienced supervision’ needed to save Wynn Resorts (10/13/2019)
(Nevada) -- Phil Satre and his wife, Jennifer, were planning their next visit to a U.S. national park when Elaine Wynn approached the long-time gaming figure more than a...
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Las Vegas Gaming

article When some slot players win in Las Vegas, so do 4 nonprofits (10/12/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Slot players can help local charities win big through a fundraising program from Everi. The Everi Cares Giving Module program lets guests donate their...
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British Columbia Gaming

article B.C. First Nations in line to receive around $100M of BCLC's annual earnings (10/9/2019)
(British Columbia) -- The B.C. government is introducing new legislation that would see First Nations receive a chunk of the B.C. Lottery Corporation's annual...
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Grand Traverse Band

article GT Board adds rules for 2 percent tribal funding grants (10/6/2019)
(Michigan) -- Nonprofits applying for the Grand Traverse Band’s 2 percent grants must now explicitly provide services “by and for” Grand Traverse...
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Seneca Niagara

article Niagara Falls proposed budget raises taxes,cuts jobs (10/6/2019)
(New York) -- With a budget deficit of more than four million dollars, Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster says changes have to be made when it comes to the city’s...
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Poarch Creek

article Poarch Band of Creek Indians donates $35,000 to MCSO (10/4/2019)
(Alabama) -- In support of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), the Poarch Band of Creek Indians donated $35,000 to assist with the purchase bullet-proof...
article $500K grant from gambling revenue is helping solve Lehigh Valley crimes (9/28/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- A grant of $501,500 is going toward for software support, maintenance and development for computer-aided crime investigations in the Lehigh Valley....
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Barona

press release Elementary Students at El Cajon's Saint Kieran Catholic School Receive $5,000 Barona Education Grant to Update Classroom Technology (9/30/2019)
(California) -- Staff and students at the Saint Kieran Catholic School recently accepted a $5,000 education grant from the Barona Band of Mission Indians.
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Other News

article Irrational Numbers: Charting a New Path in Indian Country (11/18/2019)
(Indian Country) -- This article is the sixth in a series that NPQ, in partnership with the First Nations Development Institute, is publishing this fall. It features...
article USDA Announces $13M for Community Facilities in Hawai‘i (11/17/2019)
(Hawaii) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Thursday it will invest $13,450,000 through its Community Facilities Direct Loan Program to improve...
article Bush Foundation honors SDSU program for Native American students (11/15/2019)
(South Dakota) -- South Dakota State University’s efforts to give Native American students better access to higher education is getting national attention.
article Siletz Tribes give away more than $500,000 (11/14/2019)
(Oregon) -- The Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund distributed $519,035.70 to 38 organizations recently as it continued its quarterly donations to nonprofit...
article FBI probing Imperial Pacific money laundering, campaign funding (11/14/2019)
(Saipan) -- Saipan casino operator Imperial Pacific International (IPI) is under US federal investigation for possible wire fraud, money laundering and illegal campaign...
article ASU experts help drive Arizona Town Hall project on helping families thrive (11/13/2019)
(Arizona) -- Arizona has seen some improvements in child welfare, but the gains are not equal for all groups — and that's an issue that the state must face,...
article 'Little leader' campaigns for hockey rink in small northern town (11/12/2019)
(North Canada) -- When nine year-old Zandar Koe found out there might not be an ice rink in Fort McPherson, N.W.T., suitable for organized hockey this year, he decided...
article Dow Chem to Pay $77M in Michigan (11/9/2019)
(Michigan) -- Dow Chemical Co. has agreed to fund environmental restoration projects worth an estimated $77 million to compensate for decades of pollution by its plant...
article Nevis School receives $22,000 in American Indian Ed money (11/9/2019)
(Minnesota) -- Some proposed uses include cultural activities, guest speakers, after-school tutoring, college visits and ACT test preparation and fees for American...
press release Christian Apparel Company Partners With Operation Christmas Child (11/9/2019)
(Arkansas) -- ​Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization whose mission is to provide local partners around...
article ASU scholars offer a spectrum of resources to local and state tribes (11/8/2019)
(Arizona) -- ‘Doing Research in Indian Country’ conference showcases university's research in Indian Country. Some of the most innovative and...
article Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel offering free $20 food credit to veterans, active military (11/7/2019)
(Louisiana) -- Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel is inviting all veterans and active U.S. service members to enjoy a free $20 food credit to any of its restaurants Monday in...
article NB3 Foundation Receives $2.25 million W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grant to Help Ensure Native Children Achieve Their Full Potential (11/6/2019)
(New Mexico) -- The Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation announced today it has been awarded a three-year grant of $2.25 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to support...
press release Spectacle Entertainment helps with clean up in Gary (11/5/2019)
(Indiana) -- Majestic Star Casino and parent company Spectacle Entertainment assisted in the City of Gary’s “Blight Buster Day” cleanup on Saturday,...
article Chehalis Tribe’s Annual Fundraiser for Loan Program Features Storyteller Swil Kanim (11/2/2019)
(Washington) -- Each year, the Chehalis Tribe loans its members thousands of dollars for causes including starting small businesses, improving their homes or getting out...
article Mt. Wheeler Donats to Tribe (11/2/2019)
(Nevada) -- The Ely Shoshone Tribe organizes an annual event held in July that engages and connects communities and visitors to celebrate and share the culture and...
article New Mexico to get $40M federal grant for literacy work (11/2/2019)
(New Mexico) -- New Mexico will receive a $40 million federal grant to improve student literacy, the state Public Education Department announced Friday. Schools will use...
article Historic theatre in North Bend receives restoration funding from Confederated Tribes (11/2/2019)
(Oregon) -- The Liberty Theatre in North Bend is one step closer in its restoration goal thanks to a contribution from the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua...
article Historic theatre in North Bend receives restoration funding from Confederated Tribes (11/1/2019)
(Oregon) -- The Liberty Theatre in North Bend is one step closer in its restoration goal thanks to a contribution from the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua...
article Casino manager going through tough times still helping others (10/30/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- We all know people who are always willing to help out, and Megan Cobb is definitely one of those people. Cobb's work as an audit manager at Firelake...

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