North Point Hospitality is committed to excellence in everything we do, and that goes beyond our hotel experience and into the community. Giving back to others it's what we do. Our commitment to excellence in our hotels and to our customers reaches out to our communities, too. Thanks to our valued customer support and the generosity of our employees, we are better able to help those in need. If we all do our part, we can make a difference.
Representatives from North Point Hospitality help stock the shelves at America's Second Harvest Food Bank. Each day the food bank receives truck loads of donated goods that need to be unpackaged, organized and then placed on the shelves of their 30,000 square foot warehouse. With a very limited staff, the organization relies heavily on volunteers in the community to assist in this process.
North Point Hospitality Group, Inc.'s President and CEO, S. Jay Patel, alongside Executive Vice President, Whip M. Triplett, presented a $25,000 donation to Georgia State University’s Hospitality Scholarship Fund. Accepting the donation was Dean Fenwick Huss and Director and Associate Professor, Debby Cannon.
Habitat for Humanity is helping families have a home.
Habitat for Humanity is known for helping families in need have a place they can call home. Our employees have volunteered many hours and worked alongside families trying to achieve their dream of having their own home. From site preparation to painting to yard work, they have helped to make a difference for a family in need.
Ronald McDonald House Charities and families get support.
North Point Hospitality employees have donated time and energy to help families staying at the Ronald McDonald House. From cooking and serving an Italian Dinner for 20 people to providing goody bags for the children, our employees are doing what they can to help the families be even more comfortable during their stay.
Members of the North Point Hospitality team participated in the Savannah Development and Renewal Authority's (SDRA) annual Clean Up Savannah event. Each year, the SDRA, along with various other community partners and volunteers, come together to help clean up various neighborhoods throughout Savannah's Historic District.
Susan G. Komen of Coastal Georgia launched the inaugural "Big Wig Campaign" September 15, 2014. Gina Peper, the VP of Sales & Marketing for North Point Hospitality Group, was one of 10 community leaders (Bigwigs, if you will) to lead the campaign. To assist in raising funds for the campaign, Gina implemented "Jeans Friday" for the month of October where employees could make a donation to the campaign and wear jeans on a Friday in October. The campaign's main goal was to help under-insured women in the Coastal Georgia region receive access to breast health care. The team began with a team goal of $10,000 and met that within the first week. In the end, the campaign raised over $30,000 for early detection of breast cancer.