Affinity Gaming Donates Additional $26,400 to Alzheimer’s Association During Walk to End Alzheimer’s
As part of its continued partnership, Affinity Gaming donated $26,400 to the Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Las Vegas at Town Square last Sunday, Oct. 27.
Primm Valley Casino Resorts General Manager Stuart Richey presented the check to Desert Southwest Chapter Executive Director Dan Lawler and Regional Director Kate Ingalsby before joining more than 1,900 Affinity Gaming employees walking.
“We’re very proud to be associated with the Alzheimer’s Association. This is very close to my heart as my father is battling the disease right now. Not only am I proud to be part of this, but I can also understand the caregivers out there and how difficult this is. We want to continue the work to fight this thing,” said Richey.
Since 2016, Affinity Gaming has contributed $206,650 to the association with the majority of that contribution staying in Southern Nevada.
L-R: Dan Lawler (Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter executive director), Stuart Richey (GM of Primm Valley Casino Resorts), Kate Ingaslby (Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter regional director) and Melani Evans (Affinity Gaming vice president of property marketing) present a check for $26,400 to the Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter.
About Affinity Gaming
Affinity Gaming is a diversified casino gaming company headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company’s casino operations consist of 11 casinos, five of which are located in Nevada, three in Colorado, two in Missouri and one in Iowa. For more information about Affinity Gaming, please visit its website: affinitygaming.com.
About the Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter
The Alzheimer’s Association® is the only national health and social service organization dedicated to research, and to providing support and assistance to people with Alzheimer’s disease, their families and caregivers. Founded in 1980, the association works through a network of more than 80 chapters across the country. The Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter provides programs and services to tens of thousands of families including Helpline – a 24/7 assistance line, MedicAlert®+Safe Return®, Family Care Consultation, Support Groups, Education, Early Stage Programming and Advocacy. alz.org/dsw.