Commitment to Giving
In addition to bettering our local communities and supporting numerous organizations through our Spirit to Serve efforts, Marriott Vacations Worldwide is also committed to social responsibility through corporate financial contributions, fundraising efforts, and in-kind giving. Since our inception, we have focused our financial contribution efforts toward an organization we passionately support, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, and today we continue to support causes close to the heart of our caring associates, including Harvest for Hunger and On Course Foundation.Now Available Corporate Social Responsibility Report.
At Marriott Vacations Worldwide, we believe every family deserves the opportunity to enjoy a fulfilling vacation. We are excited to team up with Make-A-Wish to help grant wishes and provide memorable vacation experiences for wish kids and their families.
Hear more from our CEO, Steve Weisz, and Chief Development and Product Officer, Lani Kane-Hanan, about this new partnership.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Since 1983, we have been a long-standing corporate partner with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Our brands have continued this legacy and support of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since Marriott Vacations Worldwide became an independent, public company in 2011. Our associates, Owners, Members and guests raise funds through hosting large-scale events like the Caring Classic golf tournament, conducting unique fundraising events at our resorts, and participating in the Torch Relay for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
More than 435,000
Pounds Of Food Donated
Marriott Vacations Worldwide continues the fight to end hunger by donating more than 435,000 pounds of food since 2015 as a result of our annual global food drive, with all donations benefiting local food banks.
On Course Foundation provides long-term benefits for injured, wounded and sick service members and veterans through golf tuition, work experience and jobs in the golf industry. On Course began in the United Kingdom in 2009, and launched in the United States in 2013. By using the game of golf, this charity provides injured service members and veterans with the opportunity to play in the only game with a level playing field due to the golf handicap system.