"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” –Anne Frank

At host2coast, we share a passion for contributing to this community that does so much for all of us and doing our small part to reduce our carbon footprint. 


At host2coast, we continually strive to meet and exceed the expectations of our owners and guests. But it doesn't stop there. We seek ways to improve our beautiful community and make a positive impact on our planet, as well. 


We are proud to partner with and introduce Hosts4community. Hosts4community's mission is to establish a link between the vacation rental community and the local community that serves us. We all benefit from a clean, beautiful, and replenished community, and we aim to shine a light on those in service by providing resources to enrich their lives as they enrich ours.


The vacation rental community realizes that many people contribute to the success of the rental properties, and we want to give back to that community. Whether it be the servers in the restaurants, landscapers pruning and keeping our paths clear, or our housekeepers - those are the people we want to reach.


 This past quarter, Hosts4community has made several strides towards establishing itself as a unique non-profit with specific goals, values, and donees.



The Deep Well Project of Hilton Head Island. We support them with monthly donations of non-perishable food items, paper products, toiletries, and personal hygiene products.

The Sandbox of Hilton Head Island. We support their scholarship program allowing children to attend their learning programs which may otherwise be unable to participate due to financial need.

Plogging on Hilton Head Island. This movement began in 2016 and continues to grow around the world. Plogging is jogging (or walking) and picking up litter along your path. Mark is a “plogger” and is rewarded by the health benefits and receiving smiles and thank you’s from people along the way. 


Let’s leave a legacy, not a footprint. Like a pebble tossed into a pond, doing small things can significantly impact if more people act.