These Two Canadian Hotels Have Launched Tees for COVID-19 Relief

Photography courtesy of Matachika Resort.

Pictures were presented in collaboration with Cheerful Mal Cotten and by Cécile Gariépy.

Canadian-owned sister hotels Matachika Resort and GA ownedA Riverlodge released a trio of tees illustrated by Montreal-based creative Cecil Garipy, known as COVID-19 Relief. Proceeds from the sale of Egyptian cotton shirts – manufactured by Cotten – will go to support food sourcing, housing and education for local resort staff and their families, who have been greatly affected by the resorts’ closure (both November Will re-open from. 21).

COVID-19 relief
Photography courtesy of Matachika Resort.

Daniel Lighter, owner of Matichika Resort and GAÏA Riverlodge, said in a statement about the launch of the optimistic-named collection, “As the owner of my hotels in Belize over the past 13 years, our dedicated staff has become like family to me. . ” The world can. “The COVID-19 epidemic has hit them hard and most of the financial needs have to bear the basic needs that many of us provide for food, housing and education. With this launch, we are offering not only a unique and high-quality product, but an important opportunity to lend a hand to those who now desperately need it. “

In keeping with this team spirit, Tees is named after staff members at two resorts – Charlie, Sam and Abi, and the visuals represent the culture surrounding Metachika and GAAA’s gold standard-certified locations .

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