Gran Pacifica Resort Cleans Up San Diego Beach

Posted by Adam McGeehan on Dec 8, 2016 4:17:12 PM

During the last two weeks, Gran Pacifica Resort participated in a massive beach clean-up project. With the combined efforts of Gran Pacifica, The Property Owner’s Association and Vida del Mar Staff, along with onsite property owners and residents [Gran Pacifica was able to clean up 6 kilometers (3.5 miles) of beach front. This was a massive project, and now Gran Pacifica can offer completely clean beaches to all residents and guests.

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The beach clean-up has become one of many Corporate Social Responsibility activities performed by Gran Pacifica staff and it occurs every two to three months.  This is a huge step in the right direction as GP feels it has a serious commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and among others, Gran Pacifica is in the last stage of completing the constructing of a clinic to provide healthcare to the neighboring villages surrounding the area, our recent and very successful “Save the Turtles” campaign, and working with other organizations, such as Chair the Love, to coordinate an event to deliver wheelchairs to those who need them in Nicaragua.

Gran Pacifica’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility is alive and well.
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We would like to thank all of the volunteers and entities that participated in this effort and to those whose hard work has made our beautiful San Diego Beach even more breathe taking sea. Gran Pacifica will continue to promote an quarterly beach cleaning to maintain our ocean healthy for all the generations to come.
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If you'd like to involved in the next Gran Pacifica Beach Clean Up, or any of our other many philanphropic, Corporate Social Responsibility projects, you can Contact Us Here to get more details! 

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Adam McGeehan

Written by Adam McGeehan

Adam is a recent graduate of Allegheny College. There he majored in Economics with a minor in Spanish. He has always been interested in traveling abroad and is thrilled to have recently taken up residence in Managua, Nicaragua to work as an intern for ECI Development. He is excited to take in all of the culture of this wondrous nation.

Topics: Social Responsibility