Marriott Kathmandu and Fairfield by Marriott Kathmandu partner with Baby Life Home NGO for CSR activity
KATHMANDU, August 30: In a heartwarming collaboration aimed at bringing joy and creativity to young minds, Marriott Kathmandu and Fairfield by Marriott Kathmandu teamed up with Baby Life Home NGO to organize a special origami art session.
Led by the talented Kyohei Doizoe (Director Chef of Kaku Kaku Shika Jika (Japanese fun dining restaurant at Fairfield, Thamel), children at Baby Life Home were introduced to the delicate art of paper folding, creating intricate origami designs. This initiative not only showcased the commitment of Fairfield and Marriott Kathmandu to give back to the community but also highlighted the importance of arts in holistic child development. In addition to the creative workshops, the hotel donated clothing, sports kits, and essential stationary items. This gesture not only touched the lives of these children but also emphasized the power of collective action for the greater good.
"We are honored to join hands with Baby Life Home NGO to make a difference in the lives of these wonderful children. Witnessing their enthusiasm and creativity was truly inspiring," commented, Gaurav Agrawal, Owner of Marriott Kathmandu and Fairfield by Marriott Kathmandu.
This CSR activity forms a part of a broader commitment by the Marriott group to uplift and empower communities, with a special focus on child welfare and education.