On stepping on the age of three years, the Avilla Hospitality more interprets this age with social activities by implementing corporate culture known as the Avilla Six Beliefs. Amazing Grace of God and Loving Community are the first and fourth Avilla Beliefs whose implementation is shown by trying to become a channel of blessing for others. Such social activity was realized in the blood donation in cooperation with the Bale Udang Mang Engking (BUME) and the Indonesian Red Cross. The event took place on Friday (Apr 12) starting at noon until late afternoon in the VIP Room of BUME denoting one of the business units under the management of the Avilla. Aside from participated by the Avilla FUNtastic Team, it was also followed by general public.
Avilla FUNtastic Team also shared happiness with the children in the Sidhi Astu Orphanage at Tuka hamlet, Dalung. “These social activities mark that many ways can be done to share happiness with others without having to do an extravagant party,” said Henry Setiono, the Board of Director of the Avilla Hospitality. Meanwhile, Sister Clemensia as Chief of the Orphanage expressed her gratitude for the concerns of the Avilla. Aside from thanking she also said, “You come to us, you make our children happy, you raise them up and you enlighten my burden. Be prosperous to the Avilla.”
Peak of the celebration was marked by cutting a rice cone done by Henry Setiono accompanied by Corporate General Manager of the Avilla Hospitality, IG Dharma Suyasa and then it was handed over to Sister Clemensia. Having had lunch together, the event was closed with a festive fun game between the Avilla FUNtastic Team with the orphanage children. The Avilla Hospitality is a unique and inspirational hospitality management and has a corporate culture to always deliver WOW service. Officially established in 2010, the Avilla Hospitality continues to develop by finding strategic partners that want to team up with the Avilla Hospitality in developing property business together. (BTN/015)
Although it was not a performing art, a total of 735 Balinese women roasting coffee…