Wynn Resorts named to ‘The Civic 50’ list curated by Points of Light. The list has been around for 10 years and sheds light on the top 50 community-driven companies in the US. For the third consecutive year, Wynn Resorts was recognized for using time, talent and resources to drive social impact in the business and community.
Wynn Resorts owns and operates Wynn Las Vegas, Encore Boston Harbor, Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace, Cotai.
Some of the highlights of Wynn Resort’s social impact work include: the betting company hosted over 180 volunteer events, 2,500+ employees donated over $800,000 in 2022 to non-profit organizations and the operator donated over $2 .8 million in North America.
‘The Civic 50’ list features companies with annual revenues of at least $1 billion that qualify based on a third-party evaluation of their social impact programs measured against a national standard.
Wynn Resorts reported revenue of US$1.42 billion in Q1 2023 due to renewed interest in Macao post-Covid-19 pandemic, as well as growth in US properties, leading them to see high revenue earlier this year.
Monica Moradkhan, vice president of community relations for Wynn Resorts, said, “As champions of the destinations we serve, Wynn Resorts places a special focus on improving the quality of life in our home communities.”
“From volunteer efforts to personal donations, this recognition is a testament to the compassion of Wynn employees who are dedicated to making the world a better place,” added Moradkhan.
About Wynn Resorts
The company has its headquarters located in the city of Paradise, in the US state of Nevada. The group is dedicated to the management and operation of casinos and hotels. The business was founded in October 2002 by former President of Mirage Resorts, Stephen A. Wynn.