Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa donates $750,000 to Tampa Bay area charities

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa celebrated National Philanthropy Day by donating $750,000 to a group of Tampa Bay area charities. (Full list of charities below)

“The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Seminole Hard Rock Tampa take pride in their ongoing support of the Tampa Bay community,” said Steve Bonner, president of Seminole Hard Rock Tampa, in a statement. “To that end, as we spotlight National Philanthropy Day, we wanted to honor 75 charities that do such critical and important work for so many people. But, more importantly, we want to give back to show we are extremely grateful for the magnitude of support from Tampa Bay throughout all these years.”

The 75 area charities receiving $10,000 each during a reception at the Gold Elvis Piano included:

  1. 13 Ugly Men
  2. After School All Stars
  3. American Cancer Society
  4. Jason Ackerman Foundation
  5. Best Buddies Tampa Bay
  6. Big Brothers Big Sisters Tampa Bay
  7. Boys & Girls Club
  8. Bullard Family Foundation
  9. Children’s Cancer Center
  10. Children’s Dream Fund
  11. Copperhead’s Charities
  12. David A. Straz Center
  13. Derrick Brooks Charities
  14. Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida
  15. Easterseals of Florida
  16. Feeding Tampa Bay
  17. Florida Aquarium
  18. Gasparilla Festival of the Arts
  19. Girls Rock St. Pete
  20. Glazer Children’s Museum
  21. Grady Goat Foundation
  22. Gramatica Family Foundation
  23. Habitat For Humanity
  24. Hands Across the Bay
  25. HCSO Charities, Inc.
  26. Hillsborough Fire & EMS Rescue Museum
  27. Humane Society of Tampa Bay
  28. Jackson In Action 83
  29. JDRF
  30. Junior League of Tampa
  31. Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful
  32. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  33. Liberty Manor for Veterans
  34. Lupus Foundation of America
  35. MADD
  36. Make-A-Wish Southern Florida
  37. Meals On Wheels
  38. Metropolitan Ministries
  39. Mike Alstott Family Foundation
  40. Moffitt Cancer Center
  41. National MS Society
  42. National Pediatric Cancer Foundation
  43. Onbikes
  44. Paint Your Heart Out
  45. Pier 60 Daily Sunsets
  46. Project: Vet Relief
  47. Redefining Refuge
  48. RISE Tampa Our Police Foundation
  49. Rogai Family Foundation
  50. Ronald McDonald House Charities
  51. Ryan Nece Foundation
  52. Skyway 10k
  53. Southeastern Guide Dogs
  54. Special Olympics Florida
  55. Special Operations Warrior Foundation
  56. St. Joseph’s Hospitals Foundation
  57. St. Pete Pride
  58. Stano Foundation
  59. Tampa Bay Area Chiefs of Police Education and Research Foundation
  60. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundations
  61. Tampa Bay Business Guild – LGBT Chamber
  62. Tampa Bay Defense Alliance
  63. Tampa Bay History Center
  64. Tampa Bay Network To End Hunger
  65. Tampa Bay Sports Commission
  66. Tampa Downtown Partnership
  67. Tampa General Hospital Foundation
  68. Tampa Museum of Art
  69. Tampa Pride

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