Community Programs/Philanthropy News
More than 30 Hilton Garden Inn team members came together on Saturday, April 20 in Staten Island to repair damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. As a part of Hilton Garden Inn’s You Can Count on Us community relations program and to recognize the six-month marker since the storm
The Hilton Garden Inn Myrtle Beach/Coastal Grand Mall, which is part of the award-winning brand of upscale, yet affordable hotels, will host a Community Gathering for the people of Windsor Green on April 11, 2013 to allow the community of Windsor Green to come together again as neighbors and friends.
HGI Brand Performance Support Director Sean Collard joined volunteers from four area Hilton Garden Inns in the Northeast (HGI Norwalk, CT; HGI Bridgewater, NJ; HGI Riverhead, NY; and the HGI Westhampton/Mount Holly, NJ) at the Hilton Garden Inn Staten Island to assemble 1,000 relief kits for those affected by disasters.
Thirty-five team members from Charlotte HGIs worked with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to sort and organize food, including canned and dry goods. The food bank serves 14 counties in North Carolina and 5 counties in South Carolina.
Hilton Garden Inn, the award-winning brand of upscale, yet affordable, hotels, and Feeding America, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief organization, today announced the launch of Holidays with Heart, a seven-week long holiday campaign to help fight hunger in America. From November 18, 2012 through January 6, 2013, guests who book the Holidays with Heart room rate* will receive complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast and Hilton Garden Inn will make a donation to Feeding America that will help provide 400,000 meals to families that need it most.
Forty HGI volunteers from Cleveland worked alongside BPS Director Charles Stuart at The Cleveland Foodbank. One group sorted pallets of food, while another group assembled 2100 lunches. Yet another group actually prepped and cooked trays of food to be handed out to hungry neighbors in Cleveland.
Vice President of Marketing Judy Christa-Cathey joined BPS Directors Denise Tempco and Jay Jones, along with 25 HGI volunteers from the greater Chicago area, to pack more than 2,260 pounds of snacks and processed more than 400 pounds of Chex cereal into smaller bags in the bulk room at the Northern Illinois Food Bank.