Mirbeau Inn & Spa has is rolling out a new program designed for people who have faced life-threatening illnesses as well as the caregivers who have helped them.
“As the company’s grown,” notes Richard Malcolm, Skaneateles Mirbeau Inn & Spa’s general manager, “Our philanthropic arm has been able to extend itself a little farther.”
People can nominate candidates for the program at any of Mirbeau’s locations or on the Mirbeau website under the Mirbeau Cares tab. “On a monthly basis,” explains Malcolm, “a Mirbeau ambassador will select a recipient for this award, and then [Mirbeau] will provide them with a Touch of Class Package, which is a 50-minute spa treatment as well as a three-course lunch in the beautiful dining room overlooking the garden, and a Mirbeau Cares bracelet.”
The gardens of Mirbeau properties are Monet-inspired, and it is that time of the year for their gorgeous irises, exquisite peonies, and an unbelievable rose garden that Malcolm describes as “a royal garden for sure,” to be in full bloom. The effects of their gardens and other facilities prove a worthy analgesic to the general inn- or spa-goer, so this is made all the more important for those individuals who have gone through such extreme discomforts.
On a personal note, Malcolm says that the Mirbeau Cares program is “to do something that is a bit more individual, more specific, because [it is imperative] to touch the people that actually need to be touched.”
To learn more, visit Mirbeau.com.