• 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.

    Donation Requests

    We are committed to making a difference in our community through a variety of ways including financial and in-kind donations, as well as volunteer hours. If you would like to request a donation, such as meals or tangible items, or a sponsorship or monetary donation to your non-profit organization, please contact Jan Wilburn. Email: jan.wilburn@islecorp.com

    Relay for Life®

    2017 Community Aces Board Members and Volunteers held a Relay for Life Survivor luncheon on April 20th. Lake Charles IOC and Community Aces has been a long time sponsor of this event.

    Abraham’s Tent

    Community Aces volunteers on a regular basis serve hot wholesome lunches to the needy at our local Abraham Tent facilities.

    Cystic Fibrosis Walk 2016

    Community Aces laced up to walk for Cystic Fibrosis. The 5K walk was hosted by Great Strides to raise money for those battling Cystic Fibrosis. Pictured in this photo are members of Isle of Capri Community Aces Volunteers and members of McNeese State University located in Lake Charles.

    2016 Community Aces Banquet

    At the 2016 Community Aces Banquet, many of our volunteers were honored for their work in the community. Our very own Mrs. Jan Wilburn received the well-deserved Community Ace of the year award.

    2016 Toys for Tots

    The Toys for Tots 2016 toy drive at the Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Lake Charles collected 604 toys and led the casino industry in our area for toys donated.

    Ethel Precht “HOPE” Breast Cancer Walk 2016

    This walk is to help local residents that are undergoing treatment for breast cancer. The walk was started in 2004 by Ethel Precht with several hundred participating in the first walk. It has now grown to over 2500 attendees.

    Ethel Precht

    Team Members presented a check for $8,700.00 to Ethel Precht. The funds were raised by Isle of Capri Community Aces. Pictured from left to right Monica Rideaux, Jan Wilburn, Paul Hutchens, Ethel Precht, Tammy Couchman.