Bali, Indonesia – 6 December 2016 – It was a lovely morning on 6 November 2016 as associates of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort and guests gathered for a Beach Body Combat activity to promote W.A.S.H – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, in aid of the 2016 UNICEF Check Out for Children Challenge. The fun-filled event offered participants a 60-minute Body Combat session by certified instructors.
Guests were also treated to healthy refreshments after the work out and bring home a recyclable drinking bottle. There were also special door prizes from hotel stays to F&B vouchers. A small donation of IDR 150,000 per person will go a long way for these children, plus you get to stay fit!
“I am proud to share that with collaborative effort from each and every associate, business partner, media friends and vendors, we managed to sell over 1,500 tickets and raised over USD17,000 for 2016. This year’s Beach Body Combat saw over 600 participants, sweating it out early in the morning – all for a good cause. We hope that with this contribution, we are able to make a difference to the lives of the most disadvantaged and excluded children,” says Dario Orsini, General Manager of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort.
Since 1996, Starwood Hotels & Resorts have supported UNICEF projects in more than 15 countries across the Asia Pacific region, helping towards all areas of UNICEF’s work including child survival, child protection, education and emergency relief. In 2016, UNICEF and Starwood Hotels & Resorts celebrated 20 years of the Check Out for Children partnership. Thank you to guests and employees who together have raised over $8 million to help UNICEF improve the lives of more than 2.7 million children.
The partnership has committed to providing all children, everywhere in Asia Pacific with access to clean water and basic sanitation.
More information about the Beach Body Combat UNICEF event is available at www.sheratonbalikuta.com/bodycombat