Our company is powered by human care and human spirit and I can’t think of a better way to do our part in the local community than to help others get a hand up.
Bonita Springs, FL (PRWEB) March 29, 2013
More than 50 associates from the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs, FL will volunteer with the Bonita Springs chapter of Habitat for Humanity to refurbish two local Habitat Homes. With hammers and tape measures ready, Hyatt associates including General Manager Joe Murgalo will hang drywall and work on soffits under the instruction of Habitat supervisors.
“Our company is powered by human care and human spirit and I can’t think of a better way to do our part in the local community than to help others get a hand up,” said General Manager Joe Murgalo.
Hyatt Regency Coconut Point will continue its commitment to the local community later in the year with the donation of two new Habitat homes valued at $50,000 each. Construction on these homes including the pledge of 440 hours of volunteer labor by resort staff will begin in October, 2013.
As part of Hyatt Thrive, Hyatt’s global corporate responsibility platform and Hyatt’s Global Month of Service, Hyatt associates come together in a brand-wide effort to improve the many communities around the world that they call home. This initiative directly supports Hyatt Thrive, which empowers over 90,000 Hyatt associates at more than 480 hotels around the world to help communities do one thing – Thrive – by focusing on four areas:
- environmental sustainability
- economic development and investment
- education and personal advancement
- health and wellness
Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa is proud to support such a worthwhile cause as part of our strong commitment to our local community.
About Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa
Named among Travel + Leisure’s 100 World’s Best Hotels, the AAA Four Diamond Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa features activities including world-class golf, a 19,000-square-foot Stillwater spa, the AAA Four Diamond-rated Tanglewood restaurant and an extravagant series of water features, including multiple pools ranging from 2,700 to 5,000 square feet and a 140-foot corkscrew slide. The 454-room Bonita Springs, Florida resort, which recently received Florida Green Lodging’s Three Palm eco-friendly certification, is the ideal base camp between Naples and Ft. Myers. Located on 26 acres overlooking the breathtaking Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve, the resort offers convenient access to both destinations as well as a private island beach for a more secluded retreat. A 15-minute water taxi ride takes guests to the resort’s private beach on Big Hickory Island. White, soft sand and the brilliantly colored Gulf of Mexico create a restful spot with plenty of open chairs and umbrellas for those looking to relax.
For those guests seeking a more active vacation, the island is a great spot to hunt for sharks’ teeth, collect more than 400 types of seashells, build old-fashioned sand castles or kayak along the beautiful shoreline. Back at the resort, guests can relax and rejuvenate with pampering treatments at the Stillwater Spa and enjoy a delectable meal at the Tarpon Bay restaurant, featuring fresh, innovative seafood for a truly memorable meal. For information or reservations visit http://www.coconutpoint.hyatt.com or call 239-444-1234.