Poverty Relief at Four Seasons

A group of volunteers helping with the Growing Together Programme at Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo

Growing Together: Voluntourism in Costa Rica

Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo is on a mission to provide textbooks for every student in its community. The Resort launched Books for All (Libros Para Todos) and guests and employees have been generously donating funds.

A gardener and a water buffalo, supported by Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

Gathering a Community Harvest in Chiang Mai

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is helping its local community with a centuries-old food staple – rice.

Spreading Happiness to Orphans in Jakarta

At Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta, local orphans are considered part of the family. During Ramadan and Christmas, two major religious holidays observed in Indonesia, the Hotel gathers presents and donations to provide the children with food, clothing and a little cheer.

Building Improvements for Kids at the Hui Xin Children’s Hospice in Shanghai

When the staff at Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai learned about the great work Hui Xin Children’s Hospice is doing for kids living with cerebral palsy, they decided to help. The local hospice cares for roughly 130 children and has limited resources available to renovate its facilities.

Hammering out Homes in Palm Beach

Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach is helping build its community – literally! Since 2006, the Resort has partnered with Habitat for Humanity for Palm Beach County to help build houses for low income, hard working families who would not otherwise be able to own a home.

Training Tomorrow’s Hospitality Gurus in Mumbai

Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai is helping youth break out of poverty through its Hospitality Apprenticeship Program. The two year program gives 17 to 21-year-old students the skills necessary to pursue careers in hospitality.

Opening Doors for Orphans in Bali

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.

Uniting for Social Services in Toronto

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.