Kimpton Hotels Support California Wildfire Recovery

Night long exposure photograph of the Santa Clarita wildfire in CA. The Santa Clarita Valley mountains has drawn firefighters and emergency crews in the hills toward Acton. So far, the fire has burned 38,346 acres.

Thirteen Kimpton hotels in California—in Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara—are taking steps to support communities impacted by this year’s devastating wildfires in Northern and Southern California. Through the end of January 2019, the hotels plan to donate a portion of every reservation to CalFund.org—up to $25,000.

The participating Golden State hotels are: Kimpton Shorebreak Resort, Huntington Beach;  Kimpton Everly Hotel, Hollywood; Kimpton Hotel Palomar, Beverly Hills; Kimpton Hotel Wilshire, Los Angeles; Kimpton La Peer Hotel, West Hollywood; Kimpton Rowan Hotel, Palm Springs; Kimpton Sawyer Hotel, Sacramento; Kimpton Hotel Palomar, San Diego; Kimpton Solamar Hotel, San Diego; Kimpton Buchanan Hotel, San Francisco; Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel, San Francisco; Kimpton Goodland, Santa Barbara; and Kimpton Canary Hotel, Santa Barbara.

The brand is also encouraging its guests to support communities further by shopping and dining locally, particularly at businesses that have also created programs to aid wildfire victims. One example is L.A.-based Ivory + Mason, which has donated more than 1,500 pairs of socks to fire victims and evacuees. When it comes to food and drink, several breweries across Sonoma County are releasing signature brews under the ‘Sonoma Pride‘ label, with all proceeds benefiting 2017 wildfire recovery efforts throughout the area.

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