Black Oak Casino Resort Supports Many Causes
The Calaveras Community Foundation (CCF) received a donation of $3,500 from the Black Oak Casino Resort. This 2013 contribution began a mutually satisfying partnership between Black Oak Casino Resort and the Foundation.
Those initial funds benefited several Calaveras County community groups and organizations. Sober Grad Night Foundation was the recipient of a $1,000 donation. This event involved both Bret Harte and Calaveras High School students. Calaveras 4 Teen Center received a check for $250. Calaveras Mentoring Foundation was a beneficiary of $250. Alternative Education Programs received $250. Calaveras County Office of Education’s “Partner in Education” program was aided by Black Oak’s generous donation of $500. The Resource Connection’s “Santa’s Express” was sent a $250 check.
Bronze Level Sponsorship was chosen by Black Oak Casino Resort in support of the first-ever Calaveras Family Fest event in the amount of $1,000. This event was held at the Dodasa Ranch in Burson on Sunday, October 6, 2013. Several local groups benefited from this fun family event. What a clear illustration that Black Oak Casino Resort is seriously committed to support local community causes in both Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties.
Ron Patel, Black Oak Casino Resort’s General Manager states, “The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians Tribal Council has a special interest in non-profit efforts and individuals in Calaveras County who are seeking financial support. It is our goal, in working with the Foundation, to be able to assist many worthwhile causes in Calaveras that would otherwise go unassisted.”
Calaveras Community Foundation salutes Black Oak Casino Resort for their generous support in 2013 of these many worthwhile projects in Calaveras County.