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Soup Kitchen receives support as part of Gateway Casinos holiday donation

Collectively Gateway has donated more than $78,000 to local food banks, Christmas bureaus and non-profit organizations, including the Sault Ste. Marie Soup Kitchen Community Centre
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As we near the end of the holiday season, we are all reflecting on the extraordinary and difficult year that has now almost come to an end. We know 2020 has been exceptionally difficult for all Canadians as we continue to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic but with news of vaccines beginning to rollout we look ahead to better, brighter days ahead.

During the holidays at Gateway, our more than 8,000 employees look forward to supporting our local charities and non-profit organizations throughout the communities where we operate. Unfortunately, this year has been very different as all our properties are closed and the majority of our employees remain unable to return to work.

Despite the challenges COVID has placed on the gaming industry, Gateway is pleased to make a holiday donation to our communities across Canada. Collectively we have donated more than $78,000 to local food banks, Christmas bureaus and non-profit organizations throughout our communities.

About GatewayGIVES
Gateway Casinos & Entertainment operates casino properties in communities across Canada. As a company, we gain so much from each of these communities and believe it is our responsibility to give back, pitch in and provide support to the causes that matter most to our neighbours. Through GatewayGIVES, we’re proud to offer not just our resources, but also our time, our know-how and our properties in supporting local charities and initiatives in the communities where we operate. Last year, Gateway and its properties were pleased to donate over $1.3 Million in monetary and in-kind support as well as countless hours of volunteer time.

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