22 Dec 2022
The Brook, America’s largest charity casino located minutes from the New Hampshire-Massachusetts border, is pleased to announce that it has donated more than $4m to local charities in 2022.
The Brook donates funds on a rotational basis to over 100 local organizations using a charity-casino model, where it gives away 35% of its gaming revenues.
Andre Carrier is the CEO of The Brook. “Seeing New Hampshire’s potential for charity casinos was what drove us home to create The Brook,” he said. Greg Lee and Carrier are the co-owners of The Brook, a 100% employee-owned business. Both have roots in New England. These numbers demonstrate how important our business is to essential New Hampshire service providers.
The Brook was acquired by Nevada-based Eureka Casinos in 2019. Since then, The Brook has distributed over $8 million to various organizations like Annie’s Angels of New Hampshire and Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire.
Carrier stated that every day people face real challenges, ranging from addiction and hunger to prevention. There are hundreds of charitable organizations in Granite State that serve these needs. The Brook continues to be remodeled and expanded by its 100 percent employee-owned subsidiary. This should show that we intend to continue raising millions for New Hampshire.
The Brook opened a new gaming area earlier this year and included nearly 500 popular machines such as Buffalo Gold, Ultimate Fire Link, and China Shores. It also became the first state casino to provide the Historical Horse Racing machine.
The Brook hosts the New England’s largest sportsbook. It recently opened an upscale, 300-seat showroom. The new space attracts headliner musicians, tribute bands, comedians and a large outdoor deck. The Brook also has a ballroom, meeting rooms, and a vast renovation that cost over a million dollars.
Carrier stated that the Brook’s motto is “Live Free and Play.” These numbers prove how fun and good go hand in hand at The Brook.
It is located 40 miles away from Boston, and easy to reach for residents in Massachusetts and Maine. The property covers 75 acres. Also available are table games like blackjack, roulette and craps. Cajun Stud is the only state-owned stadium gaming venue with live dealers, digital screens and simulcast racing seven day a week. There’s also an 18-table poker area that offers daily cash games, giveaways and a 24-hour cash game.