CSR: Sheraton Lagos Hotel extends care to orphanage in Ogun State

Posted: November 4, 2016 in general


Led by its General Manager; Mr Barry Curran, the management if Sheraton Hotel, Lagos, on the 22nd of October, 2016, paid a visit to Ijamido Orphanage in Ogun State in a show of care and love to communities around its area of operations.

Sheraton Lagos Hotel decided to give back to the community and strengthen it by contributing to a cause they felt strongly about – bettering the lives of the little ones in the community.
Curran, who led the team from the hotel helped the orphanage with various repair works needed. The team painted the building, carried out plumbing, wood work in the kitchen and dining room and also assisted in electrical works and repairs.

They also listened to the children, played with them and just enjoyed the company of watching the kids continue to strive for greatness. It was a joy for the team to see how hard the children were working and how the orphanage ensured they made them as comfortable as possible despite their limited funds.

The team was glad to have made a difference in their lives and promised to do more for them in the coming weeks.

Sheraton Lagos believes that it is their responsibility to help make a difference in the community that it has found itself in as it embodies what hospitality is truly about. They hope to continue make an impact to the society and help build a stronger and greater community.

Sheraton Lagos believes that it will be cementing its place as a hotel not just business travelers but or a property that creates experiences leisure seekers too but also as a hotel that cares, through action not words.

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