Monday, January 16, 2012

In an era where Pechanga Tribe created homeless, Agua Caliente helps the homeless

Pechanga, well known for stealing benefits and per capita from 25% of their tribe, leaving some to lose their homes, gets schooled by Agua Caliente on how to treat people.

Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage has donated $17,000 worth of clothing to Martha's Village & Kitchen, a charity geared toward helping the homeless get back on their feet.

The garments that will be donated are resort uniforms that include male and female suits, blouses, shirts, ties, and work pants in colors and styles that are either not used by Agua Caliente any longer or were discontinued by its vendors.

Lorena Landeros, manager of Agua Caliente's wardrobe department, spearheaded the clothing donation.
Landeros also volunteers at Martha's Village and says she's seen firsthand what a difference these types of donations can make

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nice work by Agua Caliente. Shame on Pechanga