Each year we celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, but remain committed to being environmental stewards and model citizens 365 days-a-year.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2016
In its continued commitment to eco-friendly hospitality management and service, San Francisco based Greystone Hotels (http://www.greystonehotels.com) announces participation in the 46th annual celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2016. All 11 of Greystone’s California and Oregon based properties will donate a portion of gross room revenues from Earth Day, April 22 to the Nature Conservancy, as well as an organized day of service for all employees. Day of Service local community partners include: SE Bend Park Site Cleanup (Bend, OR), Clean Pan Pacific Park (Los Angeles), La Comida de California (Palo Alto), “14th Annual Creek to Bay Cleanup” (San Diego), Becky’s House Hygiene Kit Assembly (San Diego), “Save Our Shores” Beach Cleanup (Santa Cruz), Adopt-a-Street Program (San Francisco), Glide’s “Feed the Hungry” Initiative (San Francisco).
Greystone Hotels has been a long-time supporter of eco-friendly organizations, including an annual donation to the Nature Conservancy and the National Arbor Day foundation (as part of their yearly “Earth Hour Celebration”), as well as actively partnering with the “Clean the World” organization (http://www.cleantheworld.org), who recycles unused hospitality industry hygiene products to combat disease and illness both domestically and internationally.
“As a part of our company wide eco-friendly and service oriented commitment, we are always looking for ways to support Mother Earth, as well as our local communities through local partnerships and outreach efforts,” said Eric Horodas, President of Greystone Hotels. “Each year we celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, but remain committed to being environmental stewards and model citizens 365 days-a-year.”
On Earth Day 2016, over one billion people in 193 countries will take action to protect our shared environment. Celebrated on April 22 in big cities and small villages, people organize, demand climate action, clean up their local communities, meet with their elected officials, plant trees, and teach their children to protect our planet. First celebrated in 1970, the event is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network.
More Details on Greystone Hotels Earth Day Partner Organizations:
Bristol Hotel (San Diego)
- Becky’s House
Creeekside Inn (Palo Alto)
- La Comida de California
Elan Hotel (Los Angeles)
- Clean Pan Pacific Park
Empress Hotel/Best Western Seven Seas (La Jolla/San Diego)
- 14th Annual Creek to Bay Clean Up
Hotel Griffon/Inn at Union Square (San Francisco)
- Adopt-A-Street Program
Hotel Los Gatos (Los Gatos)
- Save our Shores
King George Hotel (San Francisco)
- Glide’s “Feed the Hungry” Initiative
TownePlace Suites/Fairfield Inn and Suites (Bend, OR)
- SE Bend Park Site Cleanup