Leading Fiji accommodation provider Crusoe’s Retreat has become part of the global Social Giving community by donating to the Fiji Flood Relief Fund.
Cyclone Josie hit Fiji in early April and brought flooding to the main island of Viti Levu.
The friendly and professional accommodation team at Crusoe’s Retreat knew they had to help.
“It is really important for us to give back to the local community,” says Scott Lee at Crusoe’s Retreat. Social Giving is the philosophy which sees others benefit from the generosity of businesses.
“For every room night booked at Crusoe’s Retreat we will donate $1 to a flood relief fund,” adds Scott. And for every team building retreat held at Crusoe’s Retreat they will donate:
- $100 for 10 to 20 people
- $200 for 21 to 50 people
- $300 for 51+ people
“Being a part of the community, we care about people’s health and well-being which is why it’s important for us to offer our continual support,” adds Scott.
Located on Fiji’s stunningly beautiful Coral Coast, Crusoe’s Retreat is keen to help ensure Fiji retains its natural beauty and help its people get back on their feet. The holiday resort did not get affected by the floods and is looking as stunning as ever with a number of new features such as the Taki Beach Bar & Grill which is proving very popular with guests.