Beginning June 1, 2019, Wynn will allow employees to volunteer at eligible nonprofit organizations which are then qualified for a cash grant based on the number of personal hours volunteered.
An employee must log 25 personal volunteer hours with an eligible nonprofit at non-Wynn organized volunteer events in order for the nonprofit to be qualified for a $250 cash grant. Employee may log hours retro-actively from January 1, 2019. Volunteer hours will be jointly verified by the Wynn Employee Foundation and verified by the nonprofit. The hours must be logged with the same eligible nonprofit in order to qualify for the $250 cash grant.
Employees are eligible to request Doer Dollars one time per year in the amount of $250. As the program grows and success is measured, Doer Dollars may expand to multiple grants per employee per year.
Questions? Please contact Community Relations Manager, Kiely Patent, at (702) 770-7631.
Wynn is committed to team members’ individual development, and is furthering its efforts through an employee scholarship program launched in 2018. The Foundation awards up to 10 scholarships per academic year to Wynn employees or dependents of employees. Scholarship recipients are awarded up to $7,500 per academic year. Scholarships are awarded up to a maximum of four academic years.
Applications are reviewed by the Employee Advisory Council, a committee comprised of 12 Wynn Resorts employees across various departments and position types ranging from line level to property executives. Final scholarship award selections are made by an Independent Selection Committee representative of a wide range of industries and organizations.
Awards have been made for the 2019-2020 Academic Year for Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Boston Harbor.
The application for the 2020-2021 Academic Year will open in April, 2020. To access the application, employees must log into the Wynn Employee Foundation website using their WIRE credentials.
Wynn Resorts encourages employees to participate in the Wynn Resorts, Limited, Employee Foundation, a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and wants to increase the impact of generosity through the Corporate Matching Gifts Program.
The Wynn Employee Foundation offers over 200 eligible matching organizations that have been vetted by Wynn Resorts Global Compliance Office. To be considered eligible for a match, organizations must be recognized by the IRS as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3), be an educational institution and/or benefit the residents in the communities in which Wynn has a local presence.
The Wynn Employee Foundation is committed to providing opportunities for Wynn Resorts employees to be involved in our community. In 2019, the company offered more than 400 volunteer opportunities for employees to get involved.
Have volunteer activities that you think our employees may be interested in? Contact
to connect with the Community Relations team.