The Bromley Court Hotel have teamed up with Room to Reward to launch a fundraising initiative for the unique charity. The campaign will see a contribution from each soup of the day and fish and chips dish sold donated to help the organisation’s aim of recognising society’s Hidden Heroes.
Room to Reward utilises unsold hotel rooms to enable charities and communities to give ‘thank you’ breaks to their most inspirational volunteers. Founded in 2015, the charity now works with over 500 properties across the U.K. and has given breaks to more than 1000 nominated Hidden Heroes.
The Bromley Court Hotel was one of the first properties to join the initiative and now hopes to raise significant funds as the charity relaunches following the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are delighted to further bolster our partnership with Room to Reward through this fundraising drive,” said Stephen Allison, Managing Director of the hotel. “We are proud to be a partner and have welcomed some amazing volunteers through the initiative. We look forward to sharing and supporting this fantastic charity with our guests in the coming months.”
With venues once again able to welcome guests, Room to Reward is reopening with a special campaign to recognise the impact of volunteers who truly made a difference for the NHS and their communities throughout the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are absolutely thrilled and hugely grateful for this latest support from Stephen and the team,” said Adam Terpening, Director of Room to Reward. “They have been wonderful partners from the early days of our journey and this latest initiative will bring in much-needed funds as we get back to thanking the extraordinary Hidden Heroes.”
To find out more about Room to Reward, the hotels involved and meet some of the Hidden Heroes rewarded with a well-earned break, visit: www.roomtoreward.org.
To find out more about breaks and dining at the Bromley Court Hotel, visit: www.bromleycourthotel.co.uk.