ResponsibilityAs a company we feel strongly about our corporate responsibility to our communities, guests, employees and investors. We strive to create an atmosphere with ethical standards that serve the interest of all concerned.
Our Properties: We take pride in maintaining our Kinseth properties are environmentally safe, sustainable and fiscally responsible. The Kinseth Green Mark program contains an environmentally friendly set of criteria to promote energy and water conservation. Hotels meeting this criteria are eligible for the Kinseth Green Mark Award.
Green Hotels: Kinseth Hospitality Companies construction and development team strives to design and build environmentally sustainable Green hotels by utilizing cutting edge energy efficient technologies and products.
Local Communities: We encourage our corporate staff, property managers and employees to be engaged positively in their communities. Kinseth properties are encouraged to participate in KInseth Hospitality To-Go Program by donating surplus items that may benefit others in need to local shelters or camps, local VA office or the local Habitat for Humanity organization.
Charities: Kinseth Hospitality Companies supports charities through donations, volunteerism, and events throughout our company. Our charities include:
Give Kids The World a non-profit organization that exist only to fulfill the wishes of all children with life-threatening illnesses and their families from around the world.
The KiliMaji Project The KiliMaji Project is the brainchild of KHC's own President Les Kinseth and his daughter Ashley Starr Kinseth. They first dreamed up the Project back in 2010, when they decided they wanted to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for a good cause. The pair soon realized that there was no cause more fundamental other than providing communities in need access to safe, clean drinking water.
With $62,000, the KiliMaji Project's chosen recipient organization, charity: water, will be able to fully fund two state-of-the-art community water projects—including wells and tap stands, water committees, and sanitation and hygiene programs—in the Rulindo District of Rwanda.
Learn more about the KiliMaji Project and follow Les and Ashley on their journey to raise awareness as they prepare to climb Mount Kilimanjaro this August at www.kilimajiproject.org