The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is pleased to share the Q2 results of its Q2 Giving Module program, providing nearly $172,000 in local aid since its inception in July 2019. As a result of the resort’s ongoing charitable slot kiosk program, more than $13,000 was donated to four local charities from April to June this year, including Grant a Gift Autism Foundation, Signs of HOPE, Nevada Homeless Alliance and The Pride Tree.  

Heading into Q3, The Cosmopolitan has selected four non-profit organizations that align with the resort’s pillars of charitable giving including learning and student enrichment, food and hunger relief, diversity and inclusion, military and veterans, first responders and accessible art. Now through September, guests can donate spare change to one of the four pre-selected nonprofit organizations when redeeming a slot ticket voucher including: Encircle Family and Youth Resource Center, bringing family and community together to enable the LGBTQ+ youth to thrive; Henderson Firefighters Benevolent Association, providing charitable assistance to its members, disabled and retired personnel, along with their dependents and their survivors as needed; The Neon Museum, preserving, studying and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas signs; and The Mob Museum, advancing the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society.

Since debuting, The Cosmopolitan’s Giving Module has benefitted 540+ charitable organizations including The Shade Tree, Opportunity Village, Three Square Food Bank, Team Rubicon, 100 Black Men, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and more. With 113,354 donation transactions made thus far in 2022, the resort is on track to have one of its most charitable years for the Giving Module.