ResorTime

ResorTime Donates $2,500 to Therapy Horse Ranch

Four times a year, Grand Pacific Resorts’ rental division, ResorTime, donates $2,500 to a chosen charity through their philanthropy program—beCause Destination Matters.

Through this program, ResorTime invites both Grand Pacific Resorts owners and vacationers to vote for one of three charities to receive the donation. This past quarter, vacationers voted to donate $2,500 to Hunkapi Programs. This Scottsdale-based organization provides therapy to children through horseback riding. [Read more…]

Brian Gay Invitational

Diamond Resorts Invitational Featured on NBC’s Golf Channel

Diamond Resorts International® has announced that the 3rd Annual Brian Gay Invitational will be featured live on the Golf Channel. The tournament, benefiting Florida Hospital for Children, will take place in January 2016 at The Golden Bear Club in Windermere, Florida.

The week-long affair will feature entertainment, concerts, excursions, and the main event—a 54-hole celebrity golf tournament. First, Diamond Resorts International® will host the celebrity-amateur tournament, where each foursome will feature three amateurs and one celebrity. [Read more…]

ResorTime Charity

ResorTime Raises $10,000 to the Pro Player Foundation

ResorTime, the rental division of Grand Pacific Resorts, recently made a generous donation to the Pro Player Foundation (PPF), benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The timeshare rental group presented a check for $2,300 at PPF’s Flavors of the Gaslamp event on June 13th, 2015. [Read more…]

Marriott Vacations Worldwide

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Hosts 18th Annual Charity Golf Event

Recently, Marriott Vacations Worldwide hosted their 18th Annual Caring Classic Charity golf tournament.

At the annual charity event, Marriott collected a record-breaking $265,000 for the Greater Orlando Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Since the first Caring Classic tournament, Marriott has raised over $2.2 Million to help the children at these hospitals, including the UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital and Arnold Palmer Medical Center. [Read more…]

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