Hawaii Mom Blog: Fairmont Orchid Supports Local Philanthropy This Holiday Season






December 3, 2018

Fairmont Orchid Supports Local Philanthropy This Holiday Season

Fairmont Orchid is teaming up with Project Hawaii, Inc. to provide 350 homeless keiki (children) on Hawaii Island with gifts, hygiene kits and a festive meal to celebrate the holiday season. 

From December 7- 25, 2018, the public is invited to decorate Fairmont Orchid’s Tree of Hope with ornaments purchased in denominations of $10, $25 or $50 to benefit Project Hawaii’s holiday program. Guests are also invited to book the resort’s special Trees of Hope package from now until Jan. 31, 2018 with Fairmont Orchid donating $10 from every night to Project Hawaii.

“The spirit of the holidays is captured in the wonder of children but for keiki born into the cycle of extreme poverty, it’s easy to lose that wonder,” says Magin Patrick, Director of Project Hawaii. “By offering a child a gift chosen especially for them, along with a turkey feast, games and a party, you’re giving them hope. We’re thankful that Fairmont Orchid is helping in that effort.”

The lobby of Fairmont Orchid will also be adorned with elaborately decorated trees sponsored by local businesses, with proceeds benefitting Project Hawaii.

“It’s our kuleana (responsibility) to give back to the community,” says General Manager Kelley Cosgrove. “We’re excited to offer our guests a meaningful way to bring joy to children in need on Hawaii Island during this season of giving.” 

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