Hotel charity program – Japan Today

The Grand Hyatt Tokyo is holding its annual charity vacation program under this year’s theme “Home for the Holidays”, until December 25th. With the support of nonprofits such as Kids Earth Fund (KEF) and Re Kikou, the charity program features a beautifully decorated lobby with photo spots, as well as a range of activities, including an SNS-designed program. to support people with disabilities, people displaced by conflicts around the world and children in areas affected by devastating natural disasters. Since March 2011, the Grand Hyatt Tokyo has worked to support communities affected by catastrophic disasters through monetary donations, charitable contributions and volunteer efforts.

As part of its efforts to engage charitable support from a wider community, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is working with Re Kikou, a non-profit organization that employs people with disabilities in recycling wine and champagne corks into new products. , to transform the hotel’s recycled caps into beautiful and meaningful ornaments and thematic tiles with images of children’s paintings from the Kids Earth Fund. They are available for sale at hotel restaurants, bars, reception, Grand Club, and Nagomi Spa and Fitness for customers to purchase.

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The lobby has been transformed into a warm and inviting space reflecting this year’s ‘Home for the Holidays’ theme. Classic green trees are adorned with ornaments made of natural materials such as pine cones and acorns, and gifts will be placed under the trees to create a warm atmosphere. Donation boxes are set up in the lobby and part of the revenue from the hotel’s charitable products and services will be donated to the Kids Earth Fund. The hotel will also invite guests and the local community to spread the joy by participating in an SNS charity program in which they will take photos that convey this year’s “Home for the Holidays” theme or repost photos from the official Instagram account of the hotel. Grand Hyatt Tokyo on their Instagram with hashtags for a chance to win Dining Certificates. La Fiorentina Pastry Boutique will be giving away a delicious holiday charity basket with recycled cork Christmas decorations made by people with disabilities with the help of Re Kikou. The basket includes original sweets made by our award-winning pastry chefs, such as the classic panettone and colorful Christmas cookies – perfect for seasonal gifts.

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Joshua B. Speller