HarbourView Inn, Charleston, SC
This holiday season, guests staying at the only waterfront property in Charleston’s Historic District can use social media for a worthy cause. For every photo taken of the HarbourView Inn’s Gingerbread House replica shared on social media with @hvicharleston and #HolidaysatHVI included in the caption, the hotel will donate to the local Palmetto Goodwill’s Golden Angel Program benefitting disadvantaged seniors.
The Surfjack, Waikiki, HI
Guests staying at Waikiki’s buzziest hotel, The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club can give back this holiday season during their stay. The property has an on-site “giving tree” that allows guests to donate to the Hawaiian Humane Society,Sustainable Coastlines or Hawaii Food Bank. Locals and travelers who donate will have their polaroid taken and displayed on The Surfjack’s tree.
Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, Key West
Following Hurricane Irma, while Casa Marina was fortunate to have not been impacted, the resort is dedicated to supporting the local community and now connects guests with nonprofit volunteer organization Keys Strong for clean-ups and rebuilding efforts. Between jet ski tours of the island and fresh local cuisine, guests can feel good about their contribution to the recently impacted Key West community.
Los Sueños Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort, Costa Rica
The Reforest the Rainforest initiative at Los Sueños Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort allows guests to preserve the rainforest this holiday while creating a habitat for local wildlife by planting a Tropical Almond Tree, beneficial for the preservation of the scarlet macaw, along the property’s La Iguana Golf Course located on a 1,100-acre rainforest. Being an integral part of Costa Rica’s conservation efforts, guests can receive photo updates on the growth of their trees in following years.
The William Vale, Brooklyn, NY
Feel good, do good—The William Vale, located in the heart of Brooklyn, offers monthly cultural events for locals and guests, including programs focused on mental and physical wellness, as well as charitable offerings. A specific experience that is being offered next month is an evening immersed in powerful talks, botanical cocktails and artistic performances, led by RE/IMAGINE in partnership with Peace Accelerators, we are SUPERNATURAL and Future Clear. All ticket profits will be donated to the No Kid Hungry campaign started by Share Our Strength, a non-profit working to end child hunger in America. Visit The William Vale’s calendar to learn more about the full program of events.
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