Mirbeau Donates Spa Time To Front-Line Healthcare Workers

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In March as the pandemic began, Mirbeau properties launched an initiative where, for every $500 in Mirbeau Gift Card sales, a spa treatment would be donated to local healthcare professionals. Mirbeau has donated more than 320 spa treatments to healthcare organizations at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth as well as in hospitals in New York.

“Mirbeau wanted to say thank you to the healthcare professionals who have worked around the clock to keep our loved ones healthy and safe,” said Michael Dal Pos, CEO of Mirbeau Hospitality Services.

The Mirbeau Cares program is the philanthropic arm of the Mirbeau Companies; from donations of spa treatments, Mirbeau products, and overnight stays, to hosting charitable events, the company’s inns ands spas in Plymouth and New York have contributed to a variety of organizations serving those in need. Additionally, when the properties were closed back in March, Mirbeau made a commitment to not terminate any employees and to pay them during the period when staff were being asked to stay at home, and continued to do so while waiting to fully re-open.

All of the Mirbeau properties are currently open and welcoming back guests.

For more information about Mirbeau, visit https://www.mirbeau.com/.

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