Check in, help out: Socially conscious hotels give back to the community

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Check in, help out: Socially conscious hotels give back to the community

When opening a property in a new city – for instance, Chicago – Ace Hotel forges relationships and collaborates with community organizations.
A musician entertains at an event hosted by Chicago’s new Ace Hotel to support three local arts-centric nonprofit organizations.
Every October, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Station Casinos in Las Vegas donates a portion of designated pink dining, gaming and entertainment proceeds to the fight against the disease.
Caesars Entertainment launched its HERO volunteer program to encourage staff to help improve lives in the community through individual and corporate activities. In 2016, 46 percent of employees participated.
The Ritz-Carlton, in Denver, works with Make-A-Wish Colorado to help grant wishes to kids with life-threatening medical conditions. Christopher Young, center, wanted nothing more than to become a vampire, a wish inspired by his favorite movie, “Hotel Transylvania.”

Check in, help out: Socially conscious hotels give back to the community

When opening a property in a new city – for instance, Chicago – Ace Hotel forges relationships and collaborates with community organizations.
A musician entertains at an event hosted by Chicago’s new Ace Hotel to support three local arts-centric nonprofit organizations.
Every October, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Station Casinos in Las Vegas donates a portion of designated pink dining, gaming and entertainment proceeds to the fight against the disease.
Caesars Entertainment launched its HERO volunteer program to encourage staff to help improve lives in the community through individual and corporate activities. In 2016, 46 percent of employees participated.
The Ritz-Carlton, in Denver, works with Make-A-Wish Colorado to help grant wishes to kids with life-threatening medical conditions. Christopher Young, center, wanted nothing more than to become a vampire, a wish inspired by his favorite movie, “Hotel Transylvania.”
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