The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess hotel is continuing its “Sleepover for a Better Tomorrow” vacation program this summer, benefiting Valley charities and schools.
Non-profit organizations, school groups and churches are invited to register for the no-obligation program which donates proceeds of hotel expenditures to each group.
If family and friends of the group stay in the hotel, that organization will receive 10 percent of every dollar the guests spend, including money spent on accommodations, dining and spa treatments. The Princess will provide a 20 percent discount on the best available room rates until Dec. 31, 2012 to encourage participation in the program.
The Princess will handle the details of the program for the organization, but each group is encouraged to publicize the offer using emails designed by the hotel. The program does not require an outlay of funds from participating organizations. As more people participate in the program, more money is donated to each group for books, computers, staffing, supplies or any other expenditures.
The staycation program, in its third year, donated nearly $10,000 last year to Valley groups.
Any organization interested in enrolling in the program should contact David Scholefield at 480-585-2700 or email@example.com.