Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Hotel Wrap!


Hotel chains Marriott, Grand Hyatt and Langham are partnering to donate toilet paper, tissue boxes, shampoo, conditioner and unopened soap to keep it out of landfill. Hotels share room assets when they remodel. A project is underway to have hotels donate room assets to apartment builders and providers in Haiti.


We identify Hotels who want to further green their properties. We identify agency partners who have indigent populations which they support on a daily/weekly basis. We meet with the General Managers of the Hotels and with the Director of Services to set up a staff information exchange morning meeting where the separation of assets are discussed. The recovery agencies are scheduled accordingly.

Hotel Wrap! Video Presentation

Rock and Wrap It Up! founder, Syd Mandelbaum and staff present Hotel Wrap! to hotel staffers

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Hotel Wrap! PowerPoint

This informative PowerPoint presentation was created January 2011 to educate Boston Green Tourism hoteliers about Hotel Wrap!

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Download this file (BGT_Meeting_Hotel_Wrap_Powerpoint.ppt)PowerPoint Presentation about Hotel Wrap![01/13/10: Presented to Boston Green Tourism Hoteliers]

Hotel Wrap! Partnerships

  • Grand Hyatt
  • The Hyatt-Regency
  • Langham Hotels
  • The Marriott
  • The Ritz-Carlton
  • The Sheraton
  • W New York - Times Square

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Gift Wrap! RWU Store

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Gift Wrap! is a store front where you can purchase items to support the mission of Rock and Wrap It Up! We offer exciting framed cartoon cels, certificates of appreciation signed by famous musicians and sports stars, and occasionally unique signed collectibles. Find a gift here for a graduation, bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah, birthday or anniversary. All proceeds help to feed the hungry.


Hungerpedia is a resource which matches agencies-in-need with donors of food and other assets. Click Here to Find Agencies In Need in your area.

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