Giving

"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 to contribute to this community that does so much for all of us and to do our small part to reduce our carbon footprint. 

OUR NON-PROFIT, pug global

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. 

 

host2coast is pleased to welcome PUG, Inc., a South Carolina501(c)(3)non-profit dedicated to picking up garbage in our community.

 

Our goal is to recruit volunteers both locally and throughout the Country to keep their communities clean and free of debris. We will furnish “PUG kits” for a modest membership fee to help our volunteers get started. PUG kits will consist of split leather work gloves, a PUG t-shirt, a hat, a trash picker-upper/grabber, a box of trash bags, and a scale to weigh your trash.

 

We will provide a method for reporting the date and weight of each collection. Every month, the person with the largest garbage collection will receive a gift donated by a local merchant.

 

We will furnish the PUG logo personalized with their town’s name for those who want to form a group in their community. For more information about becoming a “PUG” or donating, visit our website at www.hhipug.org (local) or www.beapug.org (international).

H2C COMMUNITY OUTREACH

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.