Suffolk OTB President and CEO, Phil Boyle, hosted our “Breast Cancer Awareness Month” kickoff event at Jake’s 58 Casino Hotel. The event paid tribute to breast cancer survivors and activists who are “raising awareness and inspiring hope” as we continue our fight to find a cure.
Today was the 1st Annual Softball Charity Tournament at Roberto Clemente Park for “Jibaritos With Troops.” “Jibaritos with Troops” is a non-profit organization assisting those in need, especially with efforts to help Puerto Rico!
Suffolk OTB President & CEO Phil Boyle welcomed Rob Williams, Executive Director of the New York State Gaming Commission (NYSGC) to shine a light on the “New York Responsible Play Partnership.”
Suffolk OTB President and CEO Phil Boyle was grateful to be present at an unveiling ceremony at Ecli-Vibes for a mural painted by local artist Lindsay Lange. The artwork pays tribute to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and child abuse and is now a permanent and uplifting feature in the entryway at the Islandia-based human services organization.
As we wind down the 60th Anniversary of Older Americans Month in May, Suffolk OTB President and CEO, Phil Boyle, joined with Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s President and CEO, Chuck Fuschillo Jr., to highlight the $19,382.50 donation Jake’s 58 Casino players made to the AFA through the “Donate Your Change” program!
Hundreds of children will enjoy a healthy meal thanks to Suffolk OTB and Jake’s 58 Charitable Giving Program. The program donated $1,500 to Longwood Blessings, which provides weekend meals to students experiencing food insecurity in Medford, Gordon Heights, Shirley, Ridge, Middle Island and Coram. This generosity will provide local children with 300 Hunger free weekends.
Recently, Legislator Manuel Esteban Sr., and Suffolk OTB President and CEO, Phil Boyle had the pleasure to present a check in the amount of $1000.00 to Latina Sisters. This check donation was made possible by Suffolk OTB and Jake’s 58 Charitable Giving Program.
Phil Boyle, President and CEO for Suffolk OTB, presented William (Bill) Moss, President of the Islip Town NAACP with a $1,500 donation courtesy of our Charitable Giving Program for Black History Month.