- Hotel RL Washington D.C.: Unity Health Care whose mission is to promote healthier communities through compassion and comprehensive health and human services, regardless of the patient's ability to pay.
- Hotel RL Olympia: Sidewalk, a non-profit that provides rapid rehousing to those who are homeless in Thurston County, Washington.
- Hotel RL Spokane at the Park: Blessings Under the Bridge, an upscale server for the homeless that has served over 100,000 meals under an I-90 overpass in Spokane since 2007.
- Hotel RL Salt Lake City: The Road Home, a private non-profit social services agency that assists individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
- Hotel RL Baltimore: Health Care for the Homeless, an agency that provides individuals and families with quality, integrated health care and promoting access to affordable housing and sustainable income through direct service, advocacy, and community engagement.
SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- During National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (Nov.12-20), Hotel RL properties along with not-for-profit organization The CITYPAK Project are delivering CITYPAK's uniquely designed backpacks filled with essentials for the homeless. Tonight, and every night in the United States, more than 600,000 individuals will sleep on the street. Hotel RL is leading the lodging and hospitality industry in an effort to curb this alarming statistic. Throughout the year, Hotel RL properties across the country have set up an ongoing homelessness awareness campaign, providing a way for guests and the local community to get involved. With their flagship philanthropic program, Project Wake Up Call, each hotel partners with a local charity to help improve conditions for those affected by homelessness. The program offers guests a complimentary night stay at the Hotel RL location of their choice with a donation of $100 or more. "We are proud that Project Wake Up Call has continued to provide our guests, staff and the greater neighborhood a resource to get involved in the local communities that we serve," said President and Chief Executive Officer of RLHC, Greg Mount, "We can't just look at a problem and say it's too big to solve. But if we pull our resources together, we can actually have a measurable impact." With the help of The CITYPAK Project, Hotel RL properties will provide safe, convenient and versatile backpacks filled with basic amenities that the homeless community often goes without. The following Hotel RL affiliated charity organizations will receive the CITYPAKs: