Boston Charity Casinos – Boston’s premier casino entertainment party company!

Boston Charity Casinos is Boston’s premier casino entertainment party company.  We are the only casino company in the Boston/ New England area that actually assists and consults charities, schools and organizations in obtaining their fundraising goals.


 We have helped raise over 2 million dollars in the past 3 years!  



However, we don’t just service fundraising clients.  Our other clients include:

♠ Corporate events ( from small team building events to large 1000 person events)

♠ Office parties

♠ Holiday parties

♠ Texas hold’em tournaments

♠ Birthday parties

♠ conventions

♠ Weddings

♠ School grad nights / reunions


We pride ourselves in using only the finest, casino quality tables & equipment, and our dealers are professionally trained and super friendly.  intimidated by real casinos? you won’t be at a boston charity casinos event.  our casino events are not for real money so we take away the intimidation of going to a real money casino. all of boston charity casinos staff members interact with all your guests, creating a fun, exciting, and entertaining environment as well as teaching you how to play any casino game offered!


When hiring Boston charity casinos, you get personalized event consultation from the beginning stages of planning, creating casino themed parties, all the way down to your casino event ending.  we strive to build long-term relationships with every client.  all of our casino packages include event consultation, casino tables / equipment, dealers, delivery, setup and breakdown – so you won’t break a sweat while planning your successful casino party or event.


We are your one-stop-shop for casino party & event planning!


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