Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort Donates to CCF
The Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort has recently donated $10,000 to the Calaveras Community Foundation. The 2012 contribution was a special commemorative donation on behalf of Margaret Dalton who established the Rancheria in 1985 and who maintained a determined commitment to support the local community and non-profit organizations in both Amador and Calaveras County.
2012’s donation is also in memory of Allen Breed a longtime Foundation Board member who developed the partnership between the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort and the Calaveras Community Foundation.
“It is our pleasure to continue the wonderful partnership between the Calaveras Community Foundation and the Rancheria,” said Rich Hoffman, CEO. “Tribal Chairwoman Margaret Dalton had a special interest in the underprivileged in Calaveras County who are the very individuals the Foundation strives to help. In memory of the late Ms. Dalton, the Jackson Rancheria Tribal Council is pleased to grant this year’s donation on her behalf.”
“The Foundation is extremely grateful to the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort for their ongoing commitment to help the Calaveras Community Foundation bridge the gap for those in need in these tough economic times,” said, Paul Stein, the Philanthropy Coordinator for the Foundation. “We are especially grateful to be honoring past board member emeritus Allen Breed who initiated the tremendous partnership between the Rancheria and CCF. The Rancheria’s generous support enables CCF to meet the needs of dozens of worthy grant applicants who would otherwise go without assistance.”