Pullman & Novotel in Aerocity, New Delhi celebrate Solidarity Week

Industry Watch | December 15, 2017 | News

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AccorHotels’ Pullman and Novotel Aerocity, New Delhi, recently contributed to the welfare of the HIV affected, physically disabled and young girls and women as a part of the brand’s initiative - Solidarity Week 2017. All hotels associated with the initiative were asked to choose a charity or organisation of their choice and extend their support by raising awareness on the cause. This year, the ambassadors of the hotel associated with three established NGOs, namely Desire Society, Sarthak, and Kamalini.

The hotel personnel contributed basic amenities to Desire Society, a non-profit organisation that works for the health and wellbeing of children infected with HIV and AIDS in India. Further, both the properties welcomed the differently abled students of Sarthak Educational Trust conducted motivational sessions, education games, and fun activities to engage with them. Lastly, a team of fine culinary chefs visited the Kamalini Vocational Training Center and gave a cooking demonstration of a three-course meal. Later, the Chefs shared innovative cooking ideas and plating techniques with the underprivileged young girls and women of the center.

“Our dual properties have always believed in extending support to the community through various initiatives. Solidarity Week by AccorHotels is another important event that we celebrate to give back to the society and we are honoured to pledge our support and contribute in spreading awareness in our community towards the welfare of a better and improved society”, says Tristan Beau De Lomenie, General Manager Delegate, Pullman & Novotel Aerocity, New Delhi.

Solidarity Week by AccorHotels celebrates unity and generosity around the world. This year’s edition climed up the grand scape and teams across the globe have came up with innovative ideas to rally themselves and help the communities around them. 

Pledges support to the cause of HIV infected children, physically disabled and empowering underprivileged young girls.

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