January 5, 2024

The Golden Entertainment casino resorts’ various philanthropic initiatives in 2023
resulted in $612,829 in donations to date for local Tri-State community charities. 

Laughlin, Nevada – Jan. 5, 2024 – Aquarius Casino Resort, located at 1900 S. Casino Dr. and Edgewater Casino Resort, located at 2020 S. Casino Dr., helped spread holiday cheer to the families that needed it most through their annual Feed-A-Family initiative, which concluded at the end of December. The initiative, which benefited local food pantries capped a year of philanthropic efforts by the Golden Entertainment casino resorts resulting in total donations of $612,829 benefitting various Tri-State community charities and non-profit organizations.

Each year Aquarius and Edgewater partner with local food pantries to donate one box of holiday food, sized to feed a family of four, for each 25,000 True Rewards Points earned at the Casino resorts, with each box including a ham or turkey, along with traditional holiday fixings of potatoes, gravy, vegetables, stuffing and pie. Now in its twelfth year, Feed-A-Family helped provide 2,530 meals serving to feed over 10,000 people.  

Local food pantries the initiative benefited include ACS Food Bank, Bullhead City Homeless Youth Program, Colorado River Food Bank, Cornerstone Mission, Food for Families, Golden Valley Family Resources, Havasu Community Health Foundation Food Bank, Isabel’s Pantry, Kingman Food Bank, Mohave Valley Food Pantry, Nana’s Pantry, Needles Community Partners, Set Free Church and St. Vincent de Paul. 

Dedicated to fostering the local community and giving back through various area charities and non-profit organizations throughout the year, Aquarius and Edgewater had the following notable initiatives that added to the 2023 total: October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month initiative which donated $10,000 to We Care Cancer Support in Bullhead City, AZ; R.E.D Friday, through which $10,059 was dedicated to the Tri-State Military Mom’s organization in Bullhead City; and a September Food Drive through which 15,356 food items were gathered and donated to Food For Families in Bullhead City, Colorado River Food Bank and Laughlin Jr/Sr. High School, where the food will assist with the school’s backpack program.

More information is available about Aquarius Casino Resort on the website at and about Edgewater Casino Resort at 


About Aquarius Casino Resort
Aquarius Casino Resort is the largest 24-hour gaming resort in Laughlin, providing 1,906 rooms and suites and a 57,000-square-foot casino with more than 1,000 state-of-the-art slot machines, the widest variety of favorite table games in town, and a non-smoking race and sportsbook. The Aquarius Casino Resort offers a variety of dining options, including River Rock Pizza & Pasta, The Cove Bar & Lounge, Duet Coffee & Wine, Café Aquarius and more. More information is available by calling (800) 662-5825 or (702) 298-5111 and on the website at

About Edgewater Casino Resort
Situated on the west bank of the Colorado River, Edgewater Casino Resort features a 40,000-square-foot state-of-the-art casino with a wide array of slot machines and table games, a William Hill Sports Book and a new 11,800-square-foot bingo room. Edgewater Casino Resort offers a variety of restaurants from fine dining to casual options, including PT’s Express, Stockman’s Steakhouse, Pinkbox Doughnuts and more. More information is available by calling (866) 352-3553 or (702) 298-2453 and on the website at
About Golden Entertainment, Inc.
Golden Entertainment owns and operates gaming properties across two divisions – casino operations and distributed gaming. Golden Entertainment operates approximately 16,000 slots, 120 table games and 6,200 hotel rooms. Golden Entertainment owns ten casino resorts – nine in Southern Nevada and one in Maryland. Through its distributed gaming business in Nevada and Montana, Golden Entertainment operates video gaming devices at approximately 1,000 locations and owns 65 gaming taverns in Nevada. For more information, visit

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