Under the radar—a San Francisco hotel’s greater-good community non-profit partnerships

Jun 20, 2018

The Hilton Hotel Union Square San Francisco's Cityscape bar on the 46th floor offers panoramic vistas of the City
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  Hilton Hotel San Francisco Union Square promotes their surgical location in the heart of the City, the 46th-floor sky high Cityscape bar, and extensive meeting facilities--but the Hilton’s longtime engagement with community non-profit organizations most often goes on unnoticed. 

Notable hotel partnerships include Toolworks (providing work/training opportunities for people with disabilities), and the surrounding Tenderloin neighborhood’s Community Benefit District—“actualizing visions for a healthy neighborhood for all”.

Frank Manchen in Hilton's San Francisco corporate offices with co-worker
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Join Frank Manchen, Area Director of Sales & Marketing for an inside look at the Hilton Hotel’s behind the scenes greater-good community partnerships.

San Francisco's Union Square-Tenderloin neighborhood offers engaging architecture.
The iconic Ferry Building nestled on San Francisco's waterfront Embarcadero is within walking distance of the Hilton San Francisco Union Square-as is most every nook and cranny of the City-by-the-Bay.
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