We’re asking you to share your story …
it’s more important than ever
For a number of reasons, Tribal gaming organizations are seldom recognized for their history of uncommon generosity and support that they provide to non-Native and Native organizations and communities.
This November, we ask you to share a story about how your tribal organization has come together to raise awareness, raise funds, or offer assistance to people and to causes in the past year.
Free to enter - Share your story today!
We listened to your feedback and the entry process is now easier than ever. No categories, no fees, just your story.
Deadline to submit is November 30, 2017.
Each property can submit up to three entries. Here are the questions you will be asked:
- In a nutshell, tell us your story ...
- Who was impacted?
- How much did the event raise (if applicable)?
- How does this event bring value to your community and why do you do it?
People's Choice Award - Cast your vote December 15!
We've decided to put the decision-making in your hands this year with the People's Choice Award; voting will open December 15, 2017. The five entries with the most votes will be entered into a drawing for the chance to win up to $500 donated to the charity of their choice!
Celebrate with us!
We will draw prizes for the five winners of the People's Choice Awards during the Tribal Spirit of Giving Celebration Luncheon on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at Choctaw Casino Resort - Durant during Raving's 20th National Indian Gaming Analytics & Marketing Conference. We'd love for you to join us at the luncheon and celebrate the Tribal Spirit of Giving with us! Sam McCracken, Nike N7 Visionary, will present the keynote luncheon.
Help Inspire. Share your story by November 30.
What Tribal Organizations have done for their communities
Tribal organizations, governments and gaming operations were asked to submit programs in 2015 that specifically gave back to employees, communities and customers
Never Losing Sight of the Role of Indian Gaming
From battle of the bras to growing food for local schools, Indian gaming organizations are recognized for their commitment to their communities and employees
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