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As we navigate through these difficult times, I remember this quote from everyone’s friend, Mr. Fred Rogers: “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” With this in mind, we are highlighting some of the ways our suppliers are making a difference.



The Venetian Resort was inspired by love.

Las Vegas: The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas

Every evening, the lights of The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas are lowered to reveal the message of LOVE in the windows, providing a beacon of hope to those around the world who are sharing their love as they make personal sacrifices to fight this virus, especially first responders and the medical community.

To return the love, The Venetian is committed to helping in many ways. Las Vegas Sands, their parent company, has donated more than two million surgical masks and 20,000 protective suits to help health-care professionals, first responders, and nonprofit organizations in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to individual food, water, and hygiene kit donations to organizations around the community, Las Vegas Sands donated a total of $250,000 to jumpstart the community response of local organizations. “In difficult times, we can only control what we can. But, whenever possible, we can always choose love.”

    Las Vegas: The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas

    Every evening, the lights of The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas are lowered to reveal the message of LOVE in the windows, providing a beacon of hope to those around the world who are sharing their love as they make personal sacrifices to fight this virus, especially first responders and the medical community.

    To return the love, The Venetian is committed to helping in many ways. Las Vegas Sands, their parent company, has donated more than two million surgical masks and 20,000 protective suits to help health-care professionals, first responders, and nonprofit organizations in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to individual food, water, and hygiene kit donations to organizations around the community, Las Vegas Sands donated a total of $250,000 to jumpstart the community response of local organizations. “In difficult times, we can only control what we can. But, whenever possible, we can always choose love.”

      The Venetian Resort was inspired by love.

      Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt in downtown Austin, Texas, sharing the love.

      IHG® Hotels & Resorts: Bringing True Hospitality to one another and our communities

      IHG hotels are at the heart of thousands of communities around the world, and they’ve always found ways to help in times of trouble. They continue to do that now - providing care to those who need it most around the world, including:

      • Working as a nationwide partner with #FirstRespondersFirst, providing shelter in the USA for frontline workers.
      • Working with hotels, and charity partners, to ease pressure on food banks through funding, donating excess food and assisting with deliveries.
      • Enabling IHG Reward Club members to turn their loyalty points into financial donations for the International Federation of Red Cross and Crescent Societies’ Covid-19 relief fund. They want to thank members for their incredible generosity, donating millions of points to date.
      • Supporting local communities from serving meals to frontline workers and the elderly through to donating masks, beds and other supplies to healthcare workers and hospitals.

      Hui, which means team, partnership and unity at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort.

      Hawaii: OutriggerCARES

      With the blessing of Luana Maitland and leadership of Kelly Hoen, Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort was illuminated with the word “hui” – which means team, partnership, unity – as a way to highlight the collective resilience and love that they have for each other – as well as their guests, partners, first responders and medical professionals.

        Hawaii: OutriggerCARES

        With the blessing of Luana Maitland and leadership of Kelly Hoen, Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort was illuminated with the word “hui” – which means team, partnership, unity – as a way to highlight the collective resilience and love that they have for each other – as well as their guests, partners, first responders and medical professionals.

          Hui, which means team, partnership and unity at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort.

          Hosts from Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort donate food and supplies.

          Hosts at Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort donated food and cooking supplies to surrounding villages and worked with a nearby village chief to assist some of the most impoverished areas in Mauritius that have been particularly impacted by the economic downturn of COVID-19.

            Sheraton Kauai Ohana Strong

            Hawaii: Sheraton Kauai Resort

            Sheraton Kaua‘i Resort chef Michael Young and a team of volunteers got together to cook and distribute more than 650 meals for furloughed associates and their families. With the blessing of the owners, they are emptying out the freezers and using whatever they have on hand to take care of everybody… landscapers, pool-service people… anyone who wears the same Sheraton Kauai uniform. Now that’s taking care of your Ohana!

            Original story by Dennis Fujimoto, posted in The Garden Island on Saturday April 18, 2020

              Hawaii: Sheraton Kauai Resort

              Sheraton Kaua‘i Resort chef Michael Young and a team of volunteers got together to cook and distribute more than 650 meals for furloughed associates and their families. With the blessing of the owners, they are emptying out the freezers and using whatever they have on hand to take care of everybody… landscapers, pool-service people… anyone who wears the same Sheraton Kauai uniform. Now that’s taking care of your Ohana!

              Original story by Dennis Fujimoto, posted in The Garden Island on Saturday April 18, 2020

                Sheraton Kauai Ohana Strong

                Hawaii: Napili Kai and The Laylow - Hotels for Heroes

                Napili Kai in Maui and The Laylow in Waikiki are proud to participate in the “Hotels for Heroes” program. The program has provided nearly 1,000 room nights for local medical professionals and first responders. The vast majority of rooms that have been allocated thus far have gone to doctors, nurses, and other frontline medical professionals. Local police and fire departments, as well as EMS have also started to request rooms with more frequency. Hotels For Heroes is finding a foothold during the COVID-19 outbreak, and this initiative has been able to help so many people in such a short amount of time.

                  Aloha Harvest was founded in 1999 to rescue food that would otherwise go to waste.

                  Hawaii: Hilton Hawaiian Village and Aloha Harvest

                  Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort provided more than 5,000 lbs. of food to those in need in the first three months of 2020 thanks to a partnership with Hawaii-based nonprofit Aloha Harvest. As part of Hilton’s “Travel with Purpose” – the brand’s commitment to double investment in social impact and cut its environmental footprint in half by 2030 – the resort is supporting the nonprofit’s mission of “Rescuing Quality Food to Feed Hawaii’s Hungry.” The partnership comes as Aloha Harvest celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

                    Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

                    Four Seasons Resorts in Hawaii Go "All In"

                    Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii step up to the “All In Challenge” and donate an extraordinary twelve-day vacation to benefit charities fighting food insecurity during these challenging times. The “All In Challenge” hosts auctions and sweepstakes for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, donating 100 percent of the proceeds to non-profits feeding those in need including Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, World Central Kitchen, and Feeding America. Due to the widespread effect of COVID-19, many people are facing food insecurity, especially the most vulnerable population including seniors, students relying on school for meals, and those newly unemployed.

                      Four Seasons Resorts in Hawaii Go "All In"

                      Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii step up to the “All In Challenge” and donate an extraordinary twelve-day vacation to benefit charities fighting food insecurity during these challenging times. The “All In Challenge” hosts auctions and sweepstakes for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, donating 100 percent of the proceeds to non-profits feeding those in need including Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, World Central Kitchen, and Feeding America. Due to the widespread effect of COVID-19, many people are facing food insecurity, especially the most vulnerable population including seniors, students relying on school for meals, and those newly unemployed.

                        Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

                        The Venetian Resort was inspired by love.

                        Las Vegas: The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas

                        Every evening, the lights of The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas are lowered to reveal the message of LOVE in the windows, providing a beacon of hope to those around the world who are sharing their love as they make personal sacrifices to fight this virus, especially first responders and the medical community.

                        To return the love, The Venetian is committed to helping in many ways. Las Vegas Sands, their parent company, has donated more than two million surgical masks and 20,000 protective suits to help health-care professionals, first responders, and nonprofit organizations in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to individual food, water, and hygiene kit donations to organizations around the community, Las Vegas Sands donated a total of $250,000 to jumpstart the community response of local organizations. “In difficult times, we can only control what we can. But, whenever possible, we can always choose love.”

                          Las Vegas: The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas

                          Every evening, the lights of The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas are lowered to reveal the message of LOVE in the windows, providing a beacon of hope to those around the world who are sharing their love as they make personal sacrifices to fight this virus, especially first responders and the medical community.

                          To return the love, The Venetian is committed to helping in many ways. Las Vegas Sands, their parent company, has donated more than two million surgical masks and 20,000 protective suits to help health-care professionals, first responders, and nonprofit organizations in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to individual food, water, and hygiene kit donations to organizations around the community, Las Vegas Sands donated a total of $250,000 to jumpstart the community response of local organizations. “In difficult times, we can only control what we can. But, whenever possible, we can always choose love.”

                            The Venetian Resort was inspired by love.

                            Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt in downtown Austin, Texas, sharing the love.

                            IHG® Hotels & Resorts: Bringing True Hospitality to one another and our communities

                            IHG hotels are at the heart of thousands of communities around the world, and they’ve always found ways to help in times of trouble. They continue to do that now - providing care to those who need it most around the world, including:

                            • Working as a nationwide partner with #FirstRespondersFirst, providing shelter in the USA for frontline workers.
                            • Working with hotels, and charity partners, to ease pressure on food banks through funding, donating excess food and assisting with deliveries.
                            • Enabling IHG Reward Club members to turn their loyalty points into financial donations for the International Federation of Red Cross and Crescent Societies’ Covid-19 relief fund. They want to thank members for their incredible generosity, donating millions of points to date.
                            • Supporting local communities from serving meals to frontline workers and the elderly through to donating masks, beds and other supplies to healthcare workers and hospitals.

                            Hui, which means team, partnership and unity at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort.

                            Hawaii: OutriggerCARES

                            With the blessing of Luana Maitland and leadership of Kelly Hoen, Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort was illuminated with the word “hui” – which means team, partnership, unity – as a way to highlight the collective resilience and love that they have for each other – as well as their guests, partners, first responders and medical professionals.

                              Hawaii: OutriggerCARES

                              With the blessing of Luana Maitland and leadership of Kelly Hoen, Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort was illuminated with the word “hui” – which means team, partnership, unity – as a way to highlight the collective resilience and love that they have for each other – as well as their guests, partners, first responders and medical professionals.

                                Hui, which means team, partnership and unity at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort.

                                Hosts from Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort donate food and supplies.

                                Hosts at Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort donated food and cooking supplies to surrounding villages and worked with a nearby village chief to assist some of the most impoverished areas in Mauritius that have been particularly impacted by the economic downturn of COVID-19.

                                  Sheraton Kauai Ohana Strong

                                  Hawaii: Sheraton Kauai Resort

                                  Sheraton Kaua‘i Resort chef Michael Young and a team of volunteers got together to cook and distribute more than 650 meals for furloughed associates and their families. With the blessing of the owners, they are emptying out the freezers and using whatever they have on hand to take care of everybody… landscapers, pool-service people… anyone who wears the same Sheraton Kauai uniform. Now that’s taking care of your Ohana!

                                  Original story by Dennis Fujimoto, posted in The Garden Island on Saturday April 18, 2020

                                    Hawaii: Sheraton Kauai Resort

                                    Sheraton Kaua‘i Resort chef Michael Young and a team of volunteers got together to cook and distribute more than 650 meals for furloughed associates and their families. With the blessing of the owners, they are emptying out the freezers and using whatever they have on hand to take care of everybody… landscapers, pool-service people… anyone who wears the same Sheraton Kauai uniform. Now that’s taking care of your Ohana!

                                    Original story by Dennis Fujimoto, posted in The Garden Island on Saturday April 18, 2020

                                      Sheraton Kauai Ohana Strong

                                      Hawaii: Napili Kai and The Laylow - Hotels for Heroes

                                      Napili Kai in Maui and The Laylow in Waikiki are proud to participate in the “Hotels for Heroes” program. The program has provided nearly 1,000 room nights for local medical professionals and first responders. The vast majority of rooms that have been allocated thus far have gone to doctors, nurses, and other frontline medical professionals. Local police and fire departments, as well as EMS have also started to request rooms with more frequency. Hotels For Heroes is finding a foothold during the COVID-19 outbreak, and this initiative has been able to help so many people in such a short amount of time.

                                        Aloha Harvest was founded in 1999 to rescue food that would otherwise go to waste.

                                        Hawaii: Hilton Hawaiian Village and Aloha Harvest

                                        Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort provided more than 5,000 lbs. of food to those in need in the first three months of 2020 thanks to a partnership with Hawaii-based nonprofit Aloha Harvest. As part of Hilton’s “Travel with Purpose” – the brand’s commitment to double investment in social impact and cut its environmental footprint in half by 2030 – the resort is supporting the nonprofit’s mission of “Rescuing Quality Food to Feed Hawaii’s Hungry.” The partnership comes as Aloha Harvest celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

                                          Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina

                                          Four Seasons Resorts in Hawaii Go "All In"

                                          Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii step up to the “All In Challenge” and donate an extraordinary twelve-day vacation to benefit charities fighting food insecurity during these challenging times. The “All In Challenge” hosts auctions and sweepstakes for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, donating 100 percent of the proceeds to non-profits feeding those in need including Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, World Central Kitchen, and Feeding America. Due to the widespread effect of COVID-19, many people are facing food insecurity, especially the most vulnerable population including seniors, students relying on school for meals, and those newly unemployed.

                                            Four Seasons Resorts in Hawaii Go "All In"

                                            Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii step up to the “All In Challenge” and donate an extraordinary twelve-day vacation to benefit charities fighting food insecurity during these challenging times. The “All In Challenge” hosts auctions and sweepstakes for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, donating 100 percent of the proceeds to non-profits feeding those in need including Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund, World Central Kitchen, and Feeding America. Due to the widespread effect of COVID-19, many people are facing food insecurity, especially the most vulnerable population including seniors, students relying on school for meals, and those newly unemployed.

                                              Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina


                                              About the Author: The above piece was compiled by Penny Anderson, mother of two young athletes, and Merchandising/Ecommerce Manager at Costco Travel. Penny has been a Costco employee for 23 years, 15 of these years at Costco Travel.


                                               
                                               
                                               
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