Isle of Capri Casinos, we believe in being good neighbors. This
means, in addition to donating funds and support services to
community groups, we also encourage our employees to be actively
involved in the communities in which we operate.
Our company founder, the late
Bernard Goldstein, felt so strongly about community spirit that we
launched Community Aces®, our charitable giving and
volunteer program, honoring his legacy.
Annual Food Drive and Holiday Train
Each year Lady Luck Marquette organizes a food drive to collect food for the Clayton County Food Shelf located in St. Olaf. The food drive is organized in conjunction with the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train. Lady Luck Marquette team members assist in collecting food items at the event and transporting them to the food bank. This year, the Holiday Train will stop in Marquette on December 6 at 3:30pm. Please join us for this fun and festive event to kick off the holiday season and give back to our community. Donations of non-perishable food items will be accepted.
Lady Luck Marquette Wins Community Aces® Challenge Grant for the Humane Society of Northeast Iowa
Lady Luck Casino Marquette employees Pinky the Elephant, Don Ostert, Dan Becwar, Amy Ankerson, Kim Powell, Patti Jo Moser, Tracey Schager, Michele VanBesien, Laurie Fisher, and Cheryl Olson present the $10,000 prize to Kim Powell with the Humane Society of Northeast Iowa.
Crossing Rivers Health Foundation
Lady Luck Casino recently made a generous gift to the Crossing Rivers Health Foundation, formerly known as Prairie du Chien Memorial Hospital Foundation. Lady Luck‘s pledged gift of $5,000 will help to fund the construction of a new state-of-the-art medical center which will serve the region of Southwest Wisconsin and Northeast Iowa.
Jim Smith, Foundation board president commended the casino for the great level of involvement and support they provide to the region. “The Foundation board and I thank Lady Luck Casino for their investment toward the new medical center project, which will have a great and lasting impact on our communities,” said Smith.
The casino regularly contributes to area organizations and causes which focus on health and wellness, community development and enjoyment. Last year alone the casino contributed over $175,000.00 to the community and to worthwhile causes in the region.
“Lady Luck Casino is pleased to support the construction of the new medical center in Prairie du Chien, which serves a great portion of northeast Iowa, as well as residents in Wisconsin.” stated Don Ostert, general manager, Lady Luck Casino. “The hospital provides much needed health care for the area and the new facility will have a large impact on the local economy.”