The Sanford House to Celebrate
25th Anniversary by Spending the Year Performing 25 Acts of Kindness
As The Sanford House rounds the quarter-century mark in 2022, its owners, management, and staff plan to celebrate by performing 25 acts of kindness in the community throughout the year. “This is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to the community, because without this community, we wouldn’t be here,” says Valerie Landry, General Manager of The Sanford House.
Together, the team has come up with an incredible list of events and non-profits to support.
Plans so far include:
- providing snacks for blood donors at an upcoming blood drive organized by The Rotary Club
- gathering books and board games for an upcoming Arlington Public Library Foundation donation drive;
- organizing a “Cones for Cops” event in summer to provide a Kona Ice treat for police officers;
- creating hygiene packs for Arlington Life Shelter residents;
- providing coloring books and dental care packs for local kindergarten students at nearby campuses; and so much more…
Check back here and stay tuned to our social media pages throughout the year for photos as the events happen!
1 of 25: We provided snacks for donors at a blood drive hosted by The Rotary Club of Arlington. In case you missed it, visit Carter BloodCare to find a nearby donor center – supply levels are critically low!
2 of 25: After a busy few days of responding to calls on icy roads, the crew from Arlington Fire Station #1 enjoyed dinner at Restaurant506 as a thank you for keeping us all safe!
3 of 25: We held a book and board game drive among our staff and made a donation to the Friends and Foundation of Arlington Public Library for their Spring Book Sale!
4 of 25: We provided a gourmet breakfast for the cafeteria ladies and custodial staff of nearby Kooken Elementary School.
5 of 25: Chefs David and Winter attended the ribbon cutting for the Nichols Junior High Food Bank. Now that it’s up and running, we will be volunteering with them soon!
7 of 25: We donated supplies for the Junior League of Arlington‘s Glass Slipper Boutique – all the items were donated by our spa staff and spa guests! Each spring, JLA collects new or like-new prom dresses and shoes to make prom more affordable for area high school girls. The Boutique allows selected girls to borrow dresses, accessories, and shoes free of charge to wear to their prom. Donations may be dropped off at the Center for Community Service, 4002 W Pioneer Pkwy in Arlington or contact email@example.com for more information.
8 of 25: General Manager Valerie Landry spoke at UTA Business Week for Dr. Wehr’s class. A longstanding tradition in the College of Business, Business Week is a full week set aside to connect faculty and students with business and community leaders. Executives and leaders share their experiences and present case studies from their companies to a new generation of business leaders.
The Sanford House Inn & Spa and Restaurant506 provide a beautiful escape for all who enter. Locals and visitors alike can enjoy fabulous food, luxurious accommodations, and pampering with world-class spa and salon services. The Downtown Arlington location is perfectly centered for visitors wanting to settle into the heart of the Metroplex and experience all Arlington has to offer, as well as for locals seeking a change of scenery for a relaxing staycation or a special outing. “Our mission is to provide tremendous, sincere hospitality to every guest,” says Valerie Landry, General Manager. The family-owned-and-operated inn has now been a staple in the Arlington community for 25 years.
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