Chipping into the wishing well
CHARITY Make-A-Wish Australia has 100,000 reasons to be feeling grateful.
Gold Coast timeshare operator Ultiqa Hotels & Resorts has announced a two-year partnership with the organisation, which is expected to generate $100,000 in donations over the period.
Ultiqa CEO Mark Henry said the company is proud to partner with Make-A-Wish.
“As a family owned and operated business, we are so proud to be supporting the incredible efforts of Make-AWish as they provide hope and strength to children fighting critical illness, and families, all across Australia by making life-changing wishes come true,” he said.
Ultiqa will raise funds for Make-A-Wish through its website, where customers can opt-in to
donate with each accommodation booking.
In addition, Ultiqa Lifestyle will donate $50 from each new membership and $5 from each holiday tour conducted at any of Ultiqa’s properties, located in Broadbeach, Brisbane, Caloundra and Melbourne.
Make-A-Wish CEO Sally Bateman said it is delighted with the new partnership.
Ultiqa was established in 2014 as a joint venture between the South African Beekman Group and Mr Henry.