Rockliffe Hall has pledged its support to the unique hospitality charity, Room to Reward.
The hotel will donate their unsold rooms to the scheme to enable charities and community groups to give ‘thank you’ breaks to their inspirational volunteers.
Jason Adams, newly-appointed Managing Director at Rockliffe Hall, says: “We are very proud to be joining Room to Reward. It’s a brilliant charity that enables us to recognise the wonderful dedication of some amazing people who do so much for others. It’s a fantastic initiative for any hotelier to be part of and we look forward to welcoming some Hidden Heroes to Rockliffe Hall soon.”
We are absolutely thrilled to have Rockliffe Hall join our journey,” said Adam Terpening, Charity Director of Room to Reward. “Jason has been a great supporter of ours for a number of years and to have this new property in the scheme gives our Hidden Heroes another wonderful choice for their well-earned break. It’s a stunning hotel that I’m certain will provide some truly memorable experiences for some wonderful volunteers.”
Founded in 2015, Room to Reward now partners with over 500 hotels across the U.K. More than £500,000 worth of breaks in unsold rooms have been donated to over 1000 volunteers, nominated by their charities and communities. The charity aims to have donated over £1million worth of breaks by the end of this year. Find out more at www.roomtoreward.org
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