Corporate Social Responsibility
Since January 2018, Sookman has volunteered her time to Women’s Empowerment, a Sacramento, Calif.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that has helped more than 1,300 homeless women secure housing, a job or enroll in school or training programs.
StoneTurn, a forensic accounting and corporate compliance firm out of Boston, was already booked into the luxury Casa Marina Key West, A Waldorf Astoria Resort for an early December meeting when the news spread on Sept. 9, 2017, about Hurricane Irma’s devastating hit to the Florida Keys. The company decided then to forgo its usual on-site teambuilding activity and instead looked to work with and help the Keys community.
When 35-year meeting planning veteran Sandy Biback retired she found out her work was not finished. But instead of continuing to be tasked with the myriad responsibilities of managing meetings and her Toronto-based independent meeting planning business, she set out to help some of the most vulnerable, and often forgotten, members of our society: victims of human trafficking.
The wide-open expanses that are the backdrop for the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa are the perfect environment for horses.
The U.S. and the meetings industry have given a lot to Burt Cabanas, founder and chairman of Benchmark, and since handing over the CEO reins to son Alex in 2013, he’s upped his lifelong efforts of giving back to the organizations and people who helped shape his success.
It seemed our whole world was turned upside down just a few months ago when hurricanes were slamming the Gulf region.
Hawaii, the most isolated island chain on Earth, is an especially fragile environment.
Like its corporate parent, the Hilton San Francisco Union Square is all in when it comes to giving back.
Last November, I visited the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) in South Salem.
Omni's Say Goodnight to Hunger campaign aims to curb hunger.