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Six Senses in solidarity

May 11, 2020 - Many communities have been harshly impacted by the pandemic. To support relief efforts, we are donating fresh food from our gardens and other essential products to hospitals, retirement homes and families.

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During April alone, 800 families and an additional 700 community members received donations in the form of food supplies, health and hygiene products and other essential items. 2.7 tons of food has already been donated to community members. Hosts have also engaged in voluntary clean ups and collected 90 kilograms of trash at beaches to avoid negative impacts on the natural environment.

In May, we will also be supporting the #CovidReliefBangkok campaign. This is led by a group of NGOs to provide relief to communities most affected by the virus across Bangkok. Donated items such as rice, canned tuna, soy milk, hand sanitizer and masks are already helping thousands of families. Look out for news about our Six Senses Rice-a-Thon fundraiser on our social media channels @SixSensesHotelsResortsSpas and @SixSensesSpas.

Here are the highlights from our resorts

Six Senses Douro Valley has been donating 200 kilograms of freshly harvested fruit and vegetables every week to Casa do Povo de Godim, a nearby retirement home that supports 200 families.

Six Senses Krabey Island donated 500 kilograms of rice, 720 bars of soap, and 100 bottles of hand sanitizer to support 500 families directly affected by Covid-19.

To mark Earth Day on April 22, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay donated food supplies including rice, soy sauce and cooking oil to 100 underprivileged families in the neighboring district of Vinh Luong, Nha Trang city.

Six Senses Duxton and Six Senses Maxwell donated 700 pens to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital for patients to use along with seed packets and cuttings to quarantined guests. The team has also been running online educational sessions such as advice for building a food garden.

Six Senses Samui has been supporting small businesses by donating 120 kilograms of charcoal to restaurants and farms and using local suppliers for host food, uniforms and short-expiry items.

On April 10, chefs at Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali cooked 100 boxes of healthy local food to be distributed to informal workers in the area. This is in addition to boxes donated to the Yayasan Peduli Anak Kanker Bali (Bali Care for Cancer Kids Foundation).

Over the past month hosts at Six Senses Zighy Bay volunteered 1,500 hours to maintain the property and help out with cleaning, cooking, stewarding, garden work and beach clean ups, during which 80 kilograms of trash was removed.

A big thank you to Celia and Jonathan too!

Our Director of Eat With Six Senses Celia Lam and Corporate Food and Beverage Director Jonathan Heath have also been working tirelessly in their kitchens to offer much needed food inspiration to people at home. Their easy-to-follow cooking and cocktail classes are streamed live via our Facebook and Instagram channels. Check out @SixSensesHotelsResortsSpas and @SixSensesSpas for the weekly schedule.

In case you missed it, here is Jonathan getting his waffle on in the kitchen with three quick recipes including sourdough: butter included!

And Celia shows us how to build a grain bowl using six or seven key ingredients. Start with any grain (including cauliflower rice), add colorful veg, something crispy, some pickle, protein and sauce!

Find out more about our Eat With Six Senses philosophy to food and drink based on the three pillars of natural ingredients, local and sustainable and less is more: food that's good for you and the world around you.

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