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The funds from casinos supports a  variety of projects and activities including our skating rinks, Sakaw Basketball Courts, Sakaw Gardens, sustaining our community buildings, Big Bin and family fun events.  Our next Casino will be on Friday May 13th & Saturday May 14th.  Sign up to volunteer here. Questions can be directed to Lianne at

Millhurst Community League will be giving each casino volunteer a $150.00 credit/shift to be used following the Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission (AGLC) regulations as listed below.   This is a great opportunity to help pay for your child's sports, Scouting or other extra curricular activity registration fees with an opportunity to meet your neighbours, have a complimentary meal while raising valuable funds to support your community. 

Casino volunteer credits can be used to help offset the cost of registration, membership, competition fees, affiliation or insurance fees to tournaments or competitions, and/or travel expenses for an approved charitable program conducted by an AGLC licensee.  

What does that really mean to you?  

Below is the Edmonton Licensed Charity list of all not-for-profit organizations that could accept your vouchers for memberships, registration and competition fees.   Included in this list are all the community leagues to participate in their programs, Millwoods Hockey, Millwoods Soccer, Scouts, Girl Guides, and many more athletic and arts groups.  It may just take a while to get to know where you can use your vouchers.   

AGLC Volunteer Credit Redemption guide:

  • Must not be redeemable for cash.
  • Must not be used for social/recreational purposes.
  • Transfers must be made from one gaming account to another gaming account.
  • Credits are valid for one year from date of issue.

Volunteer Credit Redemption Process #1:

  • Complete Volunteer Credit redemption form indicating the amount of vouchers you would like to redeem, including the name of the not-for-profit organization that must be on the Edmonton Licensed Charity list. 

  • Submit voucher redemption form with the vouchers to Millhurst Community League treasurer by placing in the hall mailbox at 5811 – 19A Avenue.

  • E-mail to inform her of the request.

  • Cheque will be written out to the not-for-profit organization.  No cheques can be issued to an individual.

  • You will be contacted when cheque is ready and responsible to submit to the not-for-profit organization.

  • Not-for-profit deposits cheque into their gaming account.

This process takes a while to complete so plan ahead to know when registration dates are.

Volunteer Credit Redemption Process #2:

  • Present Volunteer Credits to AGLC-approved not-for-profit.

  • Not-for-profit organization reduces balance owing based on voucher value.

  • Not-for-profit organization invoices Millhurst Community League for reimbursement of voucher value.

  • Millhurst Community League forwards cheque made payable to not-for-profit

  • Not-for-profit deposits cheque into their gaming account.

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