Thursday, 08 December 2022 14:44

Saratoga Casino Hotel Donates $120,000 To Local Non-Profits

Bo Goliber, Chief Development and Communications Officer and Christopher Lyons, Chief Executive Officer for AIM Services, in middle, receive a $10,000 donation from Saratoga Casino Hotel Executives Skip Carlson, Vice President of External Affairs, on left, and Sam Gerrity, Chief Executive Office, on right. Photo provided. Bo Goliber, Chief Development and Communications Officer and Christopher Lyons, Chief Executive Officer for AIM Services, in middle, receive a $10,000 donation from Saratoga Casino Hotel Executives Skip Carlson, Vice President of External Affairs, on left, and Sam Gerrity, Chief Executive Office, on right. Photo provided.

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Saratoga Casino Hotel celebrated ‘Giving Tuesday’ by donating $120,000 to twelve Capital Region non-profit organizations during their Make A Difference holiday luncheon in Vapor Night Club on Nov. 29.

“Our annual Make A Difference event is something we look forward to every year,” said Skip Carlson, Vice President of External Affairs at Saratoga Casino Hotel. “We have some amazing organizations in the Capital District that give back in so many ways to make our community stronger. It seems fitting that on Giving Tuesday, we can give back to them so they can continue to make a difference in the lives of so many every day.”

Bo Goliber, AIM Services’ Chief Development and Communications Officer, attended the event and commented on the $10,000 donation her organization received, saying, “AIM Services is honored to be among this incredible group of recipients for Make a Difference. This generous commitment from Saratoga Casino Hotel toward our 2023 endeavors is going to make a huge impact in the lives of the people we support with developmental and intellectual disabilities and traumatic brain injury by offering them access to more adventures, experiences, and meaningful opportunities. We are so humbled to be part of this amazing event.” 

The following twelve organizations each received a $10,000 donation: AIM Services, Inc., Albany Medical Center Foundation, Capital Roots, The Donna M. Crandall Memorial Foundation, Folds of Honor, Franklin Community Center, Jake’s Help from Heaven, Saratoga Community Health Center, Saratoga Sponsor-A-Scholar, SNACpack Program (Saratoga Nutrition Assistance for Children, Wellspring and The Wesley Community.

Cindy Hollowood, Executive Director of Sponsor-A-Scholar expressed her gratitude, saying, “Saratoga Casino Hotel continues to be a major sponsor of our organization each year. Because of their generosity and our successful annual Derby Day event held at The Lodge, we were able to accept more students into our program in 2022. We are forever grateful for their ongoing support.”

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