Responsible Tourism Relais & Chteaux Charity Day in India
Responsible Tourism Relais & Chteaux Charity Day in India

Responsible Tourism Relais & Chteaux Charity Day in India

15 members of Relais & Chteaux dedicated towards upholding their commitment to responsible tourism celebrated their first Charity Day in the Indian Subcontinent

Relais & Chteaux, an association of the world's finest hoteliers, chefs and restaurateurs with more than 572 members across 66 countries, introduced the first Charity Day for the Indian Subcontinent recently. From this year onwards, the regional delegation shall come together each year to commemorate 10th April as the day dedicated towards upholding the commitment to responsible tourism and giving back to the local community.

Each member already, in their own way, has been helping the communities they are located in. Most of them are in remote locations and have been able to provide employment, sustain the local community and even help in infrastructure development, education and healthcare for the villages around them. Their initiatives are continuous and year-round for the local communities, and this particular day was chosen to put a spotlight on noteworthy causes, gather awareness and spread the spirit of giving and goodwill. There are about15 properties that are participating in the first Charity day.

As a testament of our unwavering pledge towards preserving local culture and diversity, we are happy to announce the first Charity Day of the Indian Subcontinent. United by a passion for excellence in hospitality and a desire to share, each member of Relais & Chteaux is connected with the common goal to protect the local heritage and environment. The delegation shall commemorate this day each year going forward, said, Jaisal Singh, Vice President Asia & Member of the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Relais & Chateaux.

The Charity Day is a momentous occasion that brings together the Relais & Chteaux delegation and members in the region for a greater cause. As we strengthen our commitment towards the local community preservation and honour our values of giving back to the society, this is a tradition we shall cherish for the Indian Subcontinent and hope to one day mark 10th April as International Charity Day for all the delegations around the world, said, Joerg Drechsel, Delegate of the Asian delegation, Member of the Board of Directors, Relais & Chateaux.

With their desire to protect and showcase the richness and diversity of the worlds cuisine and traditions of hospitality,Relais & Chteaux members claim to becommitted to preserving local heritage and the environment, as encompassed in the charter presented to UNESCO in November 2014.

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