Harrah’s Resort Southern California Donates 8,000+ Pounds of Produce and Refrigerated Items to those in Need

The Lobby Doors Have Closed, But Harrah’s Resort SoCal Is Determined to Be Part of the Solution

Written By: Kaylin Waizinger
Photography Provided By: Harrah’s Resort Southern California Coronavirus Donations

Harrah’s Resort Southern California is the home of all things fun—there’s no doubt. But in lieu of today’s COVID-19 crisis, Harrah’s Resort SoCal has decided to close its lobby doors to ensure the health and safety of its beloved guests and team members. After all, these folks are essential to putting the “fun” in Funner, CA.

Setting fun aside, the resort is taking matters into its own hands. With plenty of food in the fridge and no guests to eat it, Harrah’s Resort SoCal has donated over 8,000 lbs of produce and refrigerated items to the San Diego Food Bank as well as 805 lbs to The Foundry Escondido, making sure perishable resources do not go to waste. 

“During this time of uncertainty, we want to ensure that families, seniors and children in need have access to food,” says Bo Mazzetti, Chairman of the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians. “We are proud to partner with the San Diego Food Bank and The Foundry Escondido and assist in their missions to fight hunger throughout the communities they serve.”

Let’s just say, we need more people like the folks at Harrah’s Resort Southern California

Harrah’s Resort Southern California
Funner, CA
760.751.3100 Coronavirus Donations

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