Give Back With Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
Fairmont rings in the New Year of giving with Trees of Hope, the luxury hotel brand’s special charitable initiative that encourages Fairmont hotels across the Americas to light up their lobbies and give back to their local communities. In keeping with the brand’s commitment to the remarkable destinations that Fairmont hotels call home, each participating hotel brings Trees of Hope to life in its own unique way, benefiting the local charity of its choice.
Trees of Hope founder Fairmont Château Laurier is attempting to beat last year’s record donation of more than $80,000 to Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario by hosting trees sponsored and decorated by local Ottawa companies, organizations and families. At Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, guests can purchase a holiday ornament for $20 to receive $20 off any a la carte spa or wellness treatment at the Well & Being Spa, with all proceeds benefiting Cox Charities. Fairmont Chateau Whistler and Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont will co-host several local Whistler artists as they live paint their version of a “Tree of Hope” to be displayed all through the festive season, raising funds and awareness for the Canuck’s Place Children’s Hospice. Fairmont Palliser has teamed up with Ronald McDonald House Charities® Southern Alberta for the second year, donating the proceeds from each gingerbread ornament sold to help support sick children and their families staying at the House.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, including Fairmont San Francisco, Claremont Club & Spa, A Fairmont Hotel and Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, have partnered with the Do It For the Love Foundation to sell exclusive ornaments benefiting the organization, which brings people living with life-threatening illnesses, children with severe challenges and wounded veterans to live concerts.