My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Global Flying Hospitals, Macau SAR, , Macau
Whilst during my tenure as Hotel Manager of the Sofitel Macau I was introduced to Mr. Neill Newton. A persevering gentleman, with an extraordinary humanitarian vision and working tirelessly to making a medical philanthropic organization stand its own within an increasingly less bounteous community. Not an easy task!
Neill determined, hard-working and enthusiastic character is affectionate from the moment you will meet with him. His values/convictions and humanitarian point of view are admirable and unique. So much so that after we met Neill the first time we pledged and committed our company/hotel support in launching a unique and visionary initiative in a profound new role by engaging as a corporate sponsor of Global Flying Hospitals.
Sofitel’s tag line states; “Life is Magnifique”. Meaning life in a Sofitel hotel property is indeed magnificent, with a strong French influence from this French hotel group. Global Flying Hospitals tag line states; “Life is beautiful!” Share it. Which simply means, for those enjoying life, let us also share with our less fortunate neighbours in developing countries. Both the management of Sofitel and Global Flying Hospitals agree, that life is indeed magnifique … and should be shared.
Through our combined efforts in various projects by raising monetary funds we have a vision. To utilize our luxury environment and surrounding to spur our guests to assist and share in the healing of our ailing planet, by supporting this humanitarian medical charity. By staying at a Sofitel Luxury Hotel and choosing Sofitel as your hotel of choice, you will be able to say Life is Magnifique… and to share with others via Global Flying Hospitals.
Should you like to know more about our combined efforts, look me up and I would delighted to share with you our undertakings and subsequent achievements.
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