NewsJuly 18, 2020

Marriott Properties Donates Food to Local Police

Marriott Business Council Maldives has delivered over 500 breakfast snack packs to the local police authority in support of their heroic efforts as dedicated front-liners. In this crisis, the police authority has put their own lives at risk to protect the nation.

As Emergency workers in Maldives are under the same pressure as those in the rest of the world, working under immense stress and difficult conditions, Marriott Business Council Maldives, on behalf of all its properties in the island nation, showed their appreciation of the hard work that goes on in the front lines by way of a small gesture, a breakfast snack pack to all Police Officers working the beat in the Maldivian capital city, Male’.

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Once movement restrictions in Male’ ease, the council hopes to be able to replicate this small gesture for some of the other emergency departments in Maldives.

Marriott’s Business Councils enhance the company’s reputation through community engagement and raise the company’s profile in individual markets. They are uniquely positioned to drive Marriott’s commitment to social responsibility and support the neighborhoods and cities where their associates live and work. In 2019, 11 Asia Pacific Business Councils support 15 Charities throughout 17 countries and territories.

Marriott has 7 luxury resorts in Maldives: The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort, JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa; W Maldives; The Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort; Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa and Le Méridien Maldives Resort & Spa and The Ritz Carlton, Fari Islands.