Enjoy a fun-filled, night on the town and benefit an amazing local non-profit that helps families in need. A night in Casablanca is an authentic charity casino night benefiting the South Brevard Caring Center.
By attending this fun-filled evening, you’ll be helping to transform the lives of needy families with young children, living right here in Palm Bay and Melbourne, Florida. 100% of the proceeds from this event go directly to the cause. And you’ll enjoy an authentic Vegas and World Series of Poker gaming experience, with Moroccan “Casablanca” flair!
Night in Casablanca will feature two, four-hour main event Texas Hold’em Tournaments, rapid-fire sit-n-goes, open Blackjack, Roulette, Poker, Craps tables, and an elite, high-limit room. And the more “FUN money” you win, the better your odds of winning exciting raffles prizes, including our grand prize: up to $10,000 towards the purchase of a car, courtesy of Toyota of Melbourne!
Please note our casino opens promptly at 6 and will remain open until 11pm. When you arrive, you’ll be treated to tasty hors d’oeuvres, exotic cocktails, and live music.
Remember, all donations are tax deductible and the more you give, the more “FUN money” you receive. A $500 donation also grants you access to “Rick’s Cafe”, our elite high-limit room. Players in this room receive first-class service, and a discounted overnight stay at the hotel.
Come have a ball, and give to a worthy cause that benefits families in our community.
South Brevard Sharing Center
South Brevard Sharing Center (SBSC) is about treating people with dignity and respect by providing a haven for those who struggle to meet their basic needs. The Sharing Center was founded in 1971 as a non-profit, community based agency for charitable and philanthropic purposes. The general nature and purpose of this organization is to provide short-term emergency assistance to needy individuals and families, in the Brevard County Area where Federal, State, and County funds are not available.
The South Brevard Sharing Center helps those who struggle to meet their basic needs.
Visit them online at www.mysbsc.org