Building Local Foundations to Support Communities Connected to Each Mohari Investment
The philanthropic contributions made by Mohari seek to connect and contribute to effective non-profit organisations. We collaboratively address the issues that matter most and provide resources to our communities, businesses and their employees.
Mohari’s areas of philanthropic interest are:
- Community Development
- Cultural Heritage
- Physical and Human Environments
SH Hotels and Resorts and Mohari Hospitality, with backing from the Scheinberg Relief Fund launched the ‘1 Hotel Toronto Relief Kitchen’ in December 2020 with the dual purpose of serving the local community and providing opportunity for displaced hotel employees.
The initiative ‘Queremos #serutiles’ (‘We want to be useful’) was launched in April 2020. The kitchens of the Four Seasons Hotel Madrid were put to use for the first time, preparing 1,000 meals per day for families in need. The recipes used to prepare those meals were from Michelin Star chef Dani García’s own collection, food he usually cooks at home for himself and family.
A partnership was formed between Age of Learning in the USA, Creciendo Juntos (NGO) in Costa Rica and the Costa Rican Ministry of Education; to collaboratively launch an educational pilot project in February 2018. The funding successfully managed to ‘Bring Learning to All’, to over a thousand children across 14 primary schools, within the closest proximity to Papagayo.
By supporting 5 units of affordable housing in Madrid’s Hogar Si housing led program, Mohari is assisting in delivering affordable rental accommodation. This move facilitated the entry of 5 individuals to Hogar Si’s health support program for the homeless, delivering optimum social impact.
Mohari is currently funding two programmes at Fundacion Balia. This organisation offers a lifeline for hundreds of disadvantaged children at risk of lifetime in extreme poverty in Madrid.
Mohari Hospitality founder and philanthropist, Mark Scheinberg, together with his family, established The Scheinberg Relief Fund in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With an allocation of $50M, its mission is to provide strategic, high-impact and meaningful support for individuals and communities directly affected by this global crisis.