Charleston Marriott, owned by JHM Hotels, to donate bus to Windwood Farm Home for Children

Greenville, SC March 14, 2016 JHM Hotels recently held our 2016 Sales Conference in Charleston, SC The event, themed Build The Best, included a community service activity, in keeping with the JHM O.N.E. (Outreach, Nurture, Encourage) initiatives. The activity was a team challenge where groups of JHM Sales Associates built bicycles that we donated to the boys at Windwood Farm, a boys’ home in Awendaw, SC that helps abused and neglected boys heal. The boys paid a surprise visit to the Marriott Charleston to receive their bikes in person and, they were thrilled! It was a joyous occasion for JHM associates and the boys alike. In addition to donating the bikes and helmets, our President, Mr. DJ Rama, was so touched by the experience, he promised to update Windwood Farm’s aging bus fleet with one of our buses that is still in good shape.

Just a few short weeks later, the Charleston Marriott will deliver on that promise. We are so excited to be delivering a bus to Windwood Farm on Wednesday, March 16th at 4pm. JHM Hotels’ focuses their overall giving on impacting education and poverty, and we are confident that this donation will improve the educational opportunities for the boys being served at Windwood Farm for years to come.

About JHM Hotels:

JHM Hotels, a premier lodging company, based in Greenville SC, has developed, acquired, owned, and operated hotels throughout the United States for 43 years. The company currently owns and operates 41 hotels with over 7500 guestrooms, located in the United States and India, operating under such well-known brands as Hyatt, Marriott, Hilton and Starwood. In Greenville, JHM owns Hyatt Regency, Greenville Marriott, Courtyard by Marriott Greenville-Spartanburg Airport, and Fairfield Inn Greenville- Spartanburg Airport. For more information, visit www.jhmhotels.com.

About Windwood Farm Home for Children: Windwood Farm Home for Children was established in 1985 as a private, non-profit long-term residential care program by a local businessman, Joseph L. Tamsberg, Jr. Since 1985 when the home opened its doors to six children, Windwood Farm’s residential programs have grown to serve over 500 young boys and adolescents in its twenty nine year history. The boys have access to ponds, nature and fitness trails, animals, an obstacle and challenge course, and an on- campus education center. These programs are led by highly skilled staff and best practice evidenced based therapeutic interventions. They offer a unique approach to the healing process; it is truly a lifeline for at-risk children. For more information, visit www.windwoodfarm.org.

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