Radisson Hotel Kathmandu organizes CSR Initiatives

Radisson Hotel celebrated the month of June as their CSR month particularly dedicated to doing responsible business with themes “Think Planet”, “Think Community” and “Think People”. The hotel organised “Make a Difference Campaign” on June 19 through which the hotel donated US$ 901 to SOS Children’s Village, Sano Thimi. In the handover ceremony, Kiran Pant, HR Director of Radisson Hotel Kathmandu, highlighted they importance of sustainable partnership between companies and social units to strengthen and enhance the social well-being at national and international level. Ishwari Prasad Sharma, National Director of SOS Children’s Villages Nepal expressed gratitude towards the impactful initiative after receiving the donation amount from Deepak Man Pradhan, Rooms Division Manager of Radisson Hotel Kathmandu. Radisson Hotel Kathmandu has also been providing scholarship to students at SOS Children’s Villages Sano Thimi.

The hotel organised “Support in Special Children’s Mobility Campaign” on June 20 to handover of five special wheelchairs to children with permanent movement disorders at Cerebral Palsy Nepal. Pawan Rajbhandari, Director Sales and Marketing, Radisson Hotel Kathmandu, stated the significance of the concept of giving back to the community. Bimal Lal Shrestha, CEO, Cerebral Palsy Nepal, expressed how surprised and impressed the entire team is with increasing trend of companies calling up for collaboration such as Radisson Hotel Kathmandu. He also believes when more corporate houses come up to them with willingness to support, it will be a little easier to spread awareness about the condition and it’s treatment. Towards the end of the campaign, the employees of Radisson Hotel Kathmandu also procured handmade floor mats, candles, bags and post cards made and placed on display by the differently-able children at Cerebral Palsy Nepal.

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