Swissôtel Jakarta PIK Avenue announces SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia as the hotel’s charity partner.
This festive season, the first Swissôtel in Indonesia has decided to partner up with SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia as its official charity partner. In an agreement signed on 13 December, the hotel also launched the longest stollen bread display in Jakarta. Attendees included Gregor Hadi Nitihardjo, National Director of SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia, and Alexander Poindl, Cluster General Manager of Swissôtel Jakarta PIK Avenue and Mercure Jakarta Pantai Indah Kapuk, who signed the MoU in front of 50 guests, including hotel guests, colleagues and the children from SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia.
At the event, invited guests were also treated to a special performance of Christmas carols sung by the children and a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. In the spirit of giving back, the hotel also displayed the longest stollen bread in the hotel’s lobby. Created by a team of pastry chefs, all the profits from the 150-metre long bread and other festive goodies will be donated to SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia.
“We are proud and at the same time grateful to be working closely with SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia. Children are our future and Swissôtel Jakarta PIK Avenue is honoured to contribute to fostering and helping underprivileged kids. We hope to inspire more awareness within our communities to help and provide as much education and good living as possible for the children,” Alexander Poindl said to conclude the event.
Swissôtel Jakarta PIK Avenue
Jalan Pantai Indah Kapuk
Jakarta 14470, Indonesia
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