With the release of the 2020 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (ESG), Sands is continuing to fulfill our commitment to our communities, guests and Team Members to not only operate the world’s premier resort destinations, but to be accountable and transparent in regards to our efforts to safeguard our communities.
Through the Sands Cares Accelerator, we help fast-track nonprofit organizations toward the next stage of their operational development. Member organizations receive financial support to aid in their capacity building, as well as mentoring and other assistance through the duration of their three-year engagements with the program.
The release of the 2020 Environmental, Social and Governance Report (ESG) continues fulfilling our long-standing commitment to being a good corporate citizen, and to transparency and accountability in reporting on our efforts in support of our corporate responsibility pillars: to the People who both work at and visit our resorts, the communities we call home and the Planet we all share.
As the world’s leading developer of destination resorts, we have a commitment to safeguarding the regions in which we operate, and to accountability and transparency in reporting the results of efforts to do so. An important aspect of fulfilling that promise is the just-released Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report.
Launched in 2020, the Drop by Drop Project, from Sands ECO360 and our long-time partner Clean the World, has supported an initial cohort group of three organizations dedicated to protecting one of our most precious resources: Water. Seven Clean Seas is a Singaporean social enterprise that designed a floating river
Long-Term, Multi-Faceted Partnership with NPHY Includes More Than $1.7 Million in Cumulative Sands Cares Funding to Address Southern Nevada’s High Youth Homelessness Rate
LAS VEGAS, July 19, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) today announced continuation of its multi-year partnership with Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY) with a donation of $300,000 to aid Southern Nevada’s most vulnerable youth.
The InspirED Global Fellowship, from our partner Nevada Succeeds, is in the midst of their important work to develop innovative policies and strategies to support student success in Nevada. A central theme of the work of Design Team I—the first cadre of InspirED Fellows—is the recommendation to develop and adopt a statewide Portrait of a Nevada Graduate, which would define a set of characteristics that students must possess for optimal preparedness after high school. Even as they round the home stretch for this first iteration, the Fellowship is already preparing for the future.
Continuing our company commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, Sands has announced a $75,000 donation to the Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) for establishment of a language bank and resource hotline to facilitate access to critical social services for the Filipino, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Thai communities in Southern Nevada. The donation, the largest to date in the Las Vegas community, will help ACDC kickstart the local funding campaign.