Gateway Casinos & Entertainment has the privilege of operating in cities, towns, and First Nations and Métis Communities (FNMC) across Canada.  As a company, we gain so much from each of these communities and believe it is our responsibility to give back, pitch in and provide support to those causes that matter most to our neighbours.  We work collaboratively and strive to be educated on those issues which are important to our communities and FNMC partners.  Gateway strongly believes in offering not just our resources, but also our time, our know-how and our properties in supporting local efforts in the communities where we operate.

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Our team members are proud to live in the neighbourhoods and towns in which they work and are eager to give back in their own way. We support and encourage them to be actively involved in projects, causes and initiatives that aim to build stronger, healthier and more vibrant communities.

GatewayGIVES supports a wide variety of local initiatives. Last year, Gateway and its properties were pleased to donate $1 million in monetary and in-kind support as well as countless hours of volunteer time. We support a wide range of initiatives, including the Canadian Cancer Society, Dining Out For Life, the Heart & Stroke Foundation, The Make A Wish Foundation and the Special Olympics.

Who We Support

Gateway Casinos & Entertainment is proud to support numerous community organizations and charitable causes.

Our Programs

Through GatewayGIVES we welcome requests for financial contributions, in-kind support, including the use of Gateway properties and/or other assets, as well as opportunities for staff to volunteer their time.

Our focus includes, but is not limited to:

Health and medical causes

Community-based service organizations

Charitable or non-profit special events

Who We Support

Gateway Casinos & Entertainment is proud to support numerous community organizations and charitable causes, including:

CKNW Kids' Fund
Edmonton Meals on Wheels logo


Little Warriors relies on the donations of generous companies and individuals who are passionate about giving back to their community… To know that this donation was made because the employees chose us as one of the charities to donate to makes us very proud. Thank you Gateway GIVES for contributing to our charity and helping us continue to prevent and treat child sexual abuse. Initiatives like this help bring back laughter and smiles to child sexual abuse survivors that are able to attend the Be Brave Ranch treatment program.

Laurie Szymanski, CEO, Little Warriors, Edmonton, AB

Words cannot express how much we appreciate the generosity of Kelsey and the team at Chances Mission. Somehow saying THANK YOU does not seem adequate

Lesley Drown, Director, Mission Christmas Bureau Wish Campaign, Mission, BC

Tracy’s Dream is very appreciative to accept this donation from Gateway Casinos Sault Ste. Marie. The employees and patrons of Casino Sault Ste. Marie have been continuous devoted supporters since day one when Tracy Dinelle first brought her dream forward in Jan. 2015. We are thankful and truly appreciative that Gateway in their first six months in our community has stepped forward and is showing us that they are aware of the various charitable contributions our city relies on to provide services outside of those funded by agencies. Tracy’s Dream is grateful to have been chosen to be a recipient of Gateways goodwill.

Tracey’s husband, Dennis Dinelle, Sault Ste. Marie, ON

One out of every five of us will experience mental health concerns at some point in our lives,” “Our aim is to open a facility that delivers state-of-the-art patient care, groundbreaking research and increased psychiatric training. Thoughtful partners such as GatewayGIVES are critical to reaching our goal for the region.

Doug Eveneshen, Chair , Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation

It is a tremendous gift for Ronald McDonald House Southwestern Ontario to receive this kind of support and recognition from a company whose employees have experienced first-hand the benefits of a Ronald McDonald House and a Ronald McDonald Family Room. Last year the London house kept 1,168 families close to their sick children providing over 12,870 nights of comfort. The house gives families the gift of time- allowing them to focus all of their energy on their child, while staff and volunteers provide all the comforts of home just steps away from their sick child. Caring for the caregivers is a big part of what we do and it is the support of companies like Gateway that allow us to do this important work.

Tracey Keighley-Clarke, CEO, Ronald McDonald House Southwestern Ontario
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