Wynn Resorts named among the 50 most community-minded American companies

May 24, 2023
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The company has made The Civic 50 list for the third consecutive year.

Points of Light has added Wynn Resorts as a 2023 honoree on The Civic 50 list, which recognizes the top 50 US companies that are community minded. Wynn Resorts has been on the list for the past three years.

Companies with annual revenues of at least $1bn and have been evaluated by a third party for social impact programs can qualify to make The Civic 50 list. The results are measured against a national standard.

Wynn Resorts gained recognition for its efforts to make a social impact in both its business and in the community through its use of time, talent and resources.

The company said its employees volunteered more than 28,000 hours for events and non-profit organizations last year. Wynn Resorts gave more than $2.8m to non-profit groups in 2022 and donated nearly one million packaged meals to aid in combatting food insecurity.

Group VP of Community Relations Monica Moradkhan elaborated on the company’s commitment to its continuing altruism and credited its team members for contributing to the group’s accomplishments.

She said, "As champions of the destinations we serve, Wynn Resorts puts special focus on enhancing 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."

Wynn Resorts owns and operates four locations, including Wynn Las Vegas, Encore Boston Harbor, Wynn Palace and Wynn Macau. The group is part of the S&P 500 Index, as well as on the Nasdaq Global Select Market and is traded under the WYNN ticker symbol.


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