Two Kings Casino raises $10,000 for two local charitable organizations

November 6, 2023

The charities are working to aid women, especially against human trafficking.

The Catawba Two Kings Casino raised $10,000 from July to September this year, through its Share Change program, for two local charity organizations that are working to aid women, especially against human trafficking. 

The charities, Compassion to Act and Justice Ministries, both received $5000 each through Two Kings Casino’s latest campaign, which allowed patrons at the casino to donate to the cause by donating the remaining change they had on slot vouchers by placing them in boxes located on the casino floor. 

Compassion to Act is a faith-based ministry who command rescue operations, short-term emergency safe-houses and outreach in locations where women are being exploited. Justice Ministries is a non-profit organization committed to combating sex trafficking and sexual exploitation of women, with a focus on rescue and housing. 

The charitable program at Two Kings Casino began shortly after the casino was opened back in July 2021 and since then has raised $90,000 for several organizations in local communities, with new recipients of the Share Change program being designated every three months by the Catawba Nation Gaming Authority’s board of directors. 

Catawba Nation Chief, Brain Harris, commented on the campaign, “The loyal patrons of Catawba Two Kings Casino once again have shown their generosity in supporting the Share Change campaign.  

“We are glad to help these two organizations in their fight for the future of many women.” 

North Carolina State Senator, W. Ted Alexander, added, “I want to express my appreciation to the Chief and Two Kings Casino and all of the casino staff for this tremendous gift toward the issue of human trafficking.  

“Compassion to Act and Justice Ministries are some of those non-profit organizations that are on the ground that are really trying to address the issue.” 


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