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Warwick Fiji Staff Give Back

Warwick International Hotels last week showed continued commitment to their immediate communities on the Coral Coast with the distribution of grocery packages to nine neighbouring villages and 34 settlements. Because
07 Mar 2016 11:28
Warwick Fiji Staff Give Back
Warwick International Hotels staff delivering grocery packages. Photo: The Warwick Fiji

Warwick International Hotels last week showed continued commitment to their immediate communities on the Coral Coast with the distribution of grocery packages to nine neighbouring villages and 34 settlements.

Because of lack of power following the cyclone the food delivery was made to 820 households including the villages of Namada, Tagaqe, Votualalai, Votua, Biausevu, Komave, Navola, Vucilevu, and Namatakula.  Majority of staff at the Warwick International Hotels Coral Coast properties come from these villages.

Mereisi Ratulevu, community liaison officer Warwick International Hotels Fiji – Coral Coast Properties said: “We hope this small gesture in some way alleviates the hardship that is being endured at this challenging time.  Warwick International Hotels wish all in Fiji a speedy recovery and our prayers and positive thoughts are with those who are facing greater challenges”.

Warwick International Hotels, with three resorts on the Coral Coast of Fiji, is the largest employer of staff in the region.  The three Warwick International resorts combined employ over 1000 team members from the local villages.

 

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