KATHMANDU, July 12: Hotel Yak & Yeti is in its 40th year of operation, and in honor of the anniversary, the hotel has taken the initiative to engage in various community service activities to bring awareness to important social, cultural and environmental issues that will contribute to the betterment of our society. Hotel Yak & Yeti’s have taken the initiative to donate basic home and living supplies as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.
General Manager, Ms. Monika Scheiblauer and team members delivered the donation materials to the shelter and spent time with the children and the teachers listening to their stories. Along with the donation supplies such as: – mattresses, pillows, bed sheets, towels, etc. to Helping Hands for the Deaf, a shelter for children with hearing impairment and special needs on Wednesday 11 July.
Executive Chef Sagar Singh Rawat of Hotel Yak & Yeti, and his team prepared special healthy lunch boxes for all the children and the staff working at the shelter.
Starting from the 40th anniversary day on 27th September 2017, Hotel Yak & Yeti has conducted various community service activities such as: Dental Hygiene Camp for Shree Bal Bikash School, Lunch programs and magic show for the underprivileged, A wish tree and lunch program for underprivileged children during Christmas,Durbar Marg Cleaning Campaign, Dance exercise and lunch program in association with the Nepal Parkinson’s Disease Association (NepDA), Animal/Cow Shelter Awareness Program in collaboration with Art of Living, Nepal, Recycling demonstration program, art contest and lunch for children from Tangal and Secondary School on Earth Day to encourage to #endplasticpollution.
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