At 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.
We make a difference in our community in a variety of ways, including volunteer hours, financial donations, and in-kind donations. If you would like to request volunteers, a donation for your non-profit organization, or to host a fundraiser at Farmer's Pick® Buffet, please download our Community Aces® Request Form and send along with 501(c)(3) documentation to:
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville
100 Isle of Capri Boulevard
Boonville, MO 65233
Isle of Capri Donates $20,000 to Boonville Animal Shelter
June 9, 2017
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel continues to give back to the community in a big way, donating $20,000 to the Boonville Animal Shelter Foundation. This donation puts the group within $6,000 of achieving their goal to raise enough funds in order to build a new shelter which is desperately needed.
Vice President and General Manger, Ken Ostempowski, presented the donation to John Baker, Executive Director of the Community Foundation of Central Missouri. “Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville, along with its new parent company, Eldorado Resorts, Inc., takes great pride in being able to give back to the Mid-Missouri community and its citizens,” said Ostempowski. “We have always resolved to connect and contribute to the community we operate in, and ensure we work with our partners to help make where we work, live, and play a better place to be.”
From left: John Baker and Ken Ostempowski
Harvest House Donation
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville proudly donated $5,000 to Harvest House Shelter to help with their need for a new roof.
From left to right: Ken Ostempowski, Colin Spewak, Andy Sarrazin, Brenda Culp, and Larry Long
Boonslick Heartland YMCA
March 16, 2017
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville continues to give back to the community in a big way, donating $5,000 to the Boonslick Heartland YMCA’s Partners With Youth campaign.
St. Patrick's Day Stroll 5K Run/Walk
March 11, 2017
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville employees participated in this year’s Boonslick Heartland YMCA St. Patrick's Day Stroll 5K Run/Walk.
Boonslick Library Renovation
January 18, 2017
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville recently volunteered to organize and box books to help with the library’s upcoming renovation.
Employees left to right: Dianna Singer, Shella Chester-Bell, Jamie Ellingboe, Anecita Alvizo, Michele Shelton, Kathryn Schuster.
The Love Tree
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville
The Love Tree is a program created by Community Aces which allows employees to reach out and help one another during the holidays. Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville
Employees left to right; Shella Chester-Bell, Lana Rhoton,Carol Siverling, Haley Ennis, Gabby Powell, Kalie Clennin, Mabry Caton, Whitney Caton.
Friends of Historic Boonville
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville recently donated $7,000 to Friends of Historic Boonville. These funds will be used to help support this year’s Big Muddy Folk Festival & the Missouri River Festival of the Arts!
Prairie Home Holiday Parade
December 10, 2016
Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville employees (Rhonda Cortis, Walter Butner, Shella Chester-Bell, Howard Buttner, Angela & Ava Marcum) welcomed the holidays by walking in the Prairie Home Holiday Parade this past weekend.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
November 17, 2016
Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a local food bank in which our property volunteers for monthly. The food bank supports local families and our volunteers enjoy their time helping our community.
Missouri Veterans History Project
History books record the stories of battles, military leaders and various campaigns. But, oral histories tell the stories of the rank and file individuals – soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen – the vast scope of our nation’s history told in the voices of those who served.
Missouri Veterans History Project ensures that the stories of these honorable men and women are preserved, enabling us to hear their own words. We need your help to ensure that we capture the experiences of our veterans. Each oral history requires three volunteers – an interviewer, a videographer and an individual to transcribe.
If you have a few hours per month, and would like to volunteer, please consider volunteering for the Missouri Veterans History Project.