The Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino Celebrates Hilton’s Annual Global Week Of Service

In celebration of Hilton’s annual Global Week of Service, throughout October, more than 40 volunteers from the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino have organized an Afternoon of Fun, for the kids of Imeldahof Children‘s home. The event was filled with activities including a scavenger hunt around the property, fun physical exercises with RJ’s gym, a plentiful dinner buffet and gifts to go, in answer to the kids’ wish-list, as solicited by the resort.

For nearly 100 years, Hilton has seen a world that can be made better through genuine hospitality. This passion for hospitality drives everything Hilton teams do, creating a positive impact in communities around the world. The Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino’s efforts are a part of Hilton’s week-long celebration recognizing the company’s year-round commitment to serving and enriching the communities where teams live, work and travel.

“We are encouraging our team members to get involved with their communities and to serve as ambassadors of the hospitality sector, wherever they go,” said Hans Georg Roehrbein, general manager at Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino. “Our Blue Energy Committee did well to partner up with Imeldahof, a local home for kids and teens ages 6 to 16 years.”

“We value the community’s interest in the home,” states Natalia Hernandez, at the helm at Imeldahof,” and we appreciate the generosity of the Hilton Aruba, putting smiles on the faces of our resident kids, with a nicely orchestrated outing at the resort.”

Since 2012, Hilton’s Global Week of Service has been the company’s largest annual community service initiative, mobilizing tens of thousands of Team Members from all over the world to impact their local communities through a variety of volunteer projects. Hilton teams offer their time and expertise in hospitality to support issues from conserving natural resources to mentoring and exposing youth to the opportunities in hospitality to collecting surplus food and distributing it to local organizations and everything in between.

 

 

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October 27, 2017
Rona Coster