Cocopah Indian Tribe Profit Share to Help Local Charities

Cocopah Vice Chairwoman Rosa J. Long presents a $10,000 check to Yuma County Board of Supervisors. Under the Arizona Gaming Compact, Native American Tribes with casinos are required to share a percentage of their profits with local governments in support of local programs and nonprofit groups.
Cocopah Indian Tribe Profit Share to Help Local Charities

Cocopah Vice Chairwoman Rosa J. Long presents a $10,000 check to Yuma County Board of Supervisors. Under the Arizona Gaming Compact, Native American Tribes with casinos are required to share a percentage of their profits with local governments in support of local programs and nonprofit groups. The county is dividing the money evenly between Precious Treasures Mission and Gethsemani Food Ministry.

All Board of Supervisors and Vice-Chairwoman Long have been vaccinated at the time of this photo.

Originally published on cocopah.com

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