Discover how a meeting or event at Four Seasons can leave a lasting impression on your attendees, as well as the local community.
Four Seasons has always strived to involve employees and guests in the common goal of preserving and protecting the planet.
For more than 30 years, Four Seasons has been deeply committed to the cause of advancing cancer research.
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It’s difficult to understand how the largest fish in the world can swim under the radar, but there is still much to learn about the whale shark. Marine biologists at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru are working with scientists to change that.
It is often said that children are the heart of a community and this is certainly the case in Malaysia. That’s why Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is actively involved in the Adopt-a-School program with local school, Sekolah Menegah Air Hangat.
Every month, volunteers from Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay pack up groceries, kitchen supplies and sports equipment to deliver to 29 children at the local orphanage, Giri Asih.
Homelessness, poverty and addiction are all difficult matters to deal with. Thankfully, Torontonians facing these challenges can turn to the not-for-profit, United Way Toronto for assistance.
When disaster strikes at home or abroad, Four Seasons responds with generosity and compassion. After the devastating earthquake in Haiti, employees sprung to action, raising $319,538 CDN for the cause in 2010 alone.
Since 2008, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire has partnered with its sister hotels, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane and Four Seasons Hotel London at Canary Wharf, to host an annual Terry Fox Run.
A swinging golf club can be a powerful weapon, especially when used to raise money to advance cancer research. That’s why for the past decade, Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC has been organizing “Drive Fore the Cure,” an annual golf tournament to raise money for Washington Cancer Institute.
It began as a small event with only 300 runners but 17 years later, the Run for Hope in Singapore (formerly organised as the Terry Fox Run) has grown into an annual community affair with close to 6,500 participants.
When Four Seasons Hotel Macao opened in 2008, it hit the ground running – literally – to help advance cancer research. The Hotel hosts an annual Run for Hope for the community and participants can choose from a 5-kilometre running course or a 3-kilometre friendly walk.