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MILWAUKEE -- As part of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino's 25th anniversary, employees are giving back.

On Tuesday, March 22nd, several workers volunteered at the Hunger Task Force.


Since Saturday, March 19th, the employees helped out at different sites around the community -- doing things like cleaning up a vacant lot and sprucing up an area near the Milwaukee River.

"We've been growing, giving and gaming for 25 years and we honestly could not have done that without the support of the Milwaukee community, so it means so much for us to give back . A heart's at the center of our giving and we really just believe in partnering with charities and partnering with the community to make a difference," Renee Kirnberger with Potawatomi Hotel & Casino said.

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino has two more volunteering events planned.

Volunteers will be restoring a barn in Mequon on Wednesday, March 23rd and they'll be at the Urban Ecology Center on Thursday.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the Hunger Task Force, and how to become a volunteer.

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