Colleen Valerio Discusses How Casa Linda Dominican Republic Is Helping Locals Through the Pandemic

Casa Linda Dominican Republic

August 27, 2020

Colleen Valerio of Casa Linda Dominican Republic recently discussed how Casa Linda is helping locals through the coronavirus pandemic.

Casa Linda Dominican Republic is a dream vacation destination. It’s an oasis of peace, privacy, and tranquility designed to give visitors a break from all of the stresses of daily life. In addition to providing a luxury escape for vacationers, Casa Linda Dominican Republic is a pillar of the community, and it has been helping locals survive and thrive throughout the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic has halted reservations at Casa Linda Dominican Republic, as citizens around the globe have been unable to get away due to travel restrictions. However, instead of shutting down and laying off its nearly 1,000 employees, Casa Linda Dominican Republic has been working harder than ever to help the local community.

The roughly 1,000 employees directly and indirectly employed by Casa Linda Dominican Republic include construction workers, gardeners, housekeepers, administrative personnel, and countless others. This establishment is one of few in all of the Dominican Republic who did not lay off staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve used holidays and several other means as ways to ensure employment for these people who rely on it to feed their families, send their kids to school, and pay for life’s countless other obligations.

Even more than keeping employees at work, Casa Linda Dominican Republic and its owners donated thousands of dollars to countless local programs, including a food truck that traveled to rural areas to feed those in need. Casa Linda Dominican Republic has been known for its charity efforts preceding the coronavirus pandemic as well. The resort supports a variety of local charities, including the We Are Blessed Children’s Foundation, which helps provide food and sports gear for children in poverty.

Casa Linda Dominican Republic is a place travelers can feel good about staying. Choosing a vacation destination that is beneficial to the local community is an important part of being a traveler in modern times. The year 2020 has been especially difficult on vacation destinations, and those who stay at Casa Linda Dominican Republic can feel confident the resort owners have been doing all they can to keep the local community afloat. Your stay at Casa Linda Dominican Republic can have a direct positive impact on the locals living in Puerto Plata and beyond.