Mövenpick aims 25,000 ‘Kilo of Kindness’ aid to charities



Mövenpick hotels around the world aim to collect 25,000 ‘Kilos of Kindness’ throughout October in support of organizations working to deliver heartfelt care and enrich lives.Just in time for the season of giving, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has announced the launch of its annual Kilo of Kindness charitable program.

At the heart of Mövenpick is the belief that indulgence is something that should be both good for you and good for the world, which it hopes will inspire people to donate.Mövenpick Hotel Karachi is excited to announce that it will be partaking in the initiative for its seventh year and is inviting guests, visitors and members of the community to donate at least one kilo of food, clothing and school supplies throughout October.

The collected items will be shared with local communities in need, focusing on JS Academy working to provide education to deaf and dumb children.

The hotel joins 65 Mövenpick properties across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East of food participating in the initiative with a global goal to gather 25,000 kilos of donations.Guests and visitors are invited to drop off donations at the lobby of the Mövenpick Hotel Karachi from October 1-31.Mövenpick’s new program slogan “nothing tastes sweeter than a Kilo of Kindness” aims to remind the public that giving back brings joy to all involved.

“Through uncertain times, it’s important to come together to spread kindness to where it is needed most; that’s the core premise behind Kilo of Kindness,” said Kishan Chandnani, Global Vice President, Premium Brands.”Building on our culinary heritage, we know food has the power to do good and be a medium for positive change aims to remind the public that giving back brings joy to all involved.

Reminiscence of Mövenpick’s culinary heritage, the play on words encapsulates the idea that kind-hearted, generous actions are often rewarded back in happiness.” Since 2015 approximately 71,457 kilograms of supplies have been donated and distributed to disadvantaged communities around the world. Mövenpick hopes to make its 2022 campaign the most successful to date by surpassing its current donation record of 21,921 kilograms and aiming to secure 25,000. Mövenpick Hotel Karachi encourages acts of kindness by sharing stories of donations, philanthropy and community service.

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