Giving Back

The Hotel Council of San Francisco is committed to supporting the community through various organizations and education partners.

Project Homeless Connect

2014 Hotels with a Heart Campaign

The Hotel Council of San Francisco fundraised for the American Heart Association to bring awareness to heart disease, the #1 killer of women in the United States. With creative fundraising strategies, like bake sales, pie-throwing contests, and denim Fridays, this campaign raised over $100,000. The campaign closed with a luncheon featuring keynote speaker, Gold Medal Olympian, Dana Volmer, who battled heart disease since childhood.

2012 Million Dollar Mission Campaign

AIDS Walk

Each year, over 25 hotel members participate in and contribute to the annual San Francisco AIDS Walk. Since 1987, the event has raised nearly $74 million for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and other HIV/AIDS organizations in the Bay Area.

Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund

(GTFA) is funded through a portion of the 14% room tax levied on local hotel and motel bills. This economic investment in diverse arts and promotional organizations enhances our City’s attractiveness to visitors and provides employment and enrichment to the City’s residents. Since its inception in 1961, GTFA has distributed over $320 million to hundreds of nonprofit cultural organizations in San Francisco.

As a smaller hotel, I appreciate the network of information the Hotel Council provides. Not only are the seminars filled with relevant topics, but the members are always willing to share ideas and experiences.

Brittney Beck Owner and Operater / Beck’s Motor Lodge May 12