The mission of Toys for Tots is to assist the U.S. Marine Corps in providing a tangible sign of hope to economically disadvantaged children at Christmas.
The Indy property teams helped bring the joy of Christmas to less fortunate children this season, and we could not be more proud of their work.
The Harry Chapin Food Bank feeds 28,000 children, families, seniors and veterans each week. Their mission is to lead their community in the fight to end hunger and the Fort Myers team couldn't think of a better cause to lend a hand to this holiday season. We are proud to have property teams who are always looking to give back to their communities.
By selling cookies, the Fort Wayne team raised money throughout November in order to buy supplies to make tie blankets for the Chairs House this holiday season. Charis House is an emergency shelter for women and women with children who are experiencing homelessness. The restorative programs that they offer equip women to find jobs and housing, navigate life’s challenges, and experience emotional stability.
The Fort Wayne team made a total of 13 blankets to give to the children of Charis House. The team then celebrated their work with a holiday party.
Our Petoskey team celebrated the holidays with a terrific party! There were games, prizes, and even a secret Santa. They then wrapped up the party with a night of bowling. Our property teams work so hard throughout the year to provide exceptional customer experience that we love to see when they get to spend time team-building and enjoying time together.
The General Manager also decided to give back and spread holiday cheer by making Christmas cookies not only for their hotel guests but also for a local senior living center. They decorated over 200 cookies and took them to the nursing home - distributing them while visiting with the residents.
Our warsaw team got into the holiday spirit by creating homemade cards and baked cookies to deliver to a local nursing home. Collectively as a team, they feel blessed to be able to go out and celebrate the holiday season with family and friends, so they wanted to bring some holiday cheer to the local residents.
The residents gladly welcomed the Warsaw team and enjoyed their company. It's safe to say that everyone's season was made a little brighter!
At the Good Hospitality Services annual holiday party, Our Greater Good was presented with a donation that will help them continue to provide services to those in need in Valparaiso.
As an active member of the Valparaiso community and government, President of GHS, Jeff Good, wanted to do something meaningful - something that would make a difference in the lives of people here in Valparaiso. The mission statement of Our Greater Good is one that stood out, and he wanted GHS to be a part of that. "Our children are the future, and these programs have made a positive impact on so many families," said Jeff.
There is a day-to-day struggle many communities in our country face, including affordable housing, substance abuse, and single-parent households struggling to make ends meet. Fortunately, in our community here in Porter County, these issues do not go unnoticed.
Pastor Garner Tullis, along with his partners Joe Ubben and Natalie Wilson, took the initiative to create Our Greater Good, a nonprofit organization based in Northwest Indiana. Their enterprises are focused on strengthening families and doing whatever it takes to see that every child in the area has great opportunities and advocates to help them reach their full potential. With this mission in mind, Our Greater Good has developed programs to work alongside schools and families, to accomplish these goals. To learn more about Our Greater Good, visit: https://www.ourgreatergood.com/
This holiday season, GHS wants to thank Our Greater Good for all that they do in continuing to support and improve our community!
The development services division of Good Hospitality Services is specialized in working with you, the hotel owner, to ensure a timely and cost-effective hotel project. Due to delays and unforeseen costs with new hotel construction, property refreshes, and conversion projects, owners are often surprised and disheartened to see the final costs for such work, as opposed to what may have been forecasted. We serve as a liaison between the owner and all parties involved in the project to ensure timeliness of the project, the expected and specified standards are delivered, and all aspects of the project are executed within the contracted cost.
GHS has a proven and successful track record over the last 30 years serving as this liaison and plans to continue to deliver with exacting consistency for any and all future projects. As the demand for development increases and costs continue to be of concern, owners find it even more imperative to have someone representing them through the process.
Good Hospitality Services promises to continue creating an efficient and effective process for owners, and by bringing us on board at the beginning of your project, you will be set on the right course to having a successful and profitable property.
For more information on GHS Development Services: https://www.goodhsi.com/services/development
Homewood Suites Downtown Indianapolis is going through renovations and they needed to go through their entire inventory.
We had some amazing volunteers step up from not only the downtown property but all of our Indianapolis area hotels including Northwest, Home2, Fishers, Plainfield and even Bloomington! They were able to finish the project in one day.
Our large portfolio of properties allows us to pull team members together to accomplish projects of any size. A wonderful display of dedication and teamwork from our GHS teams.
Isidra Rojas Vital at Home2 Indy getting her mentorship certificate & acceptance into the program. Congratulations!
They visited a new nursing home called the Mason Rehabilitation Center. This teams tries to get out 2-3 times a year to a different home to play BINGO with prizes and homemade treats. We know they make the residents’ day a little brighter!
We are always proud of our team members who go above and beyond not only in their jobs but also in reaching out to the community.
The smile event takes places at the Lucas Oil Stadium and allows kids who don’t have the opportunity for oral health care to get checked out and receive treatments.
Not only do volunteers help keep everything organized but they also get to play games with the kids while they wait. They even dress up as mascots to get them excited!
It’s such a great experience and so worthwhile. When exceptional people come together, exceptional things happen!
The event was called “Make it to Break it” and the goal was to create over 3,000 sandwiches in one sitting to break the world record.
While they didn’t quite make their goal all of the sandwiches they did make were immediately donated to those in need right in their own community!