At Home2 Suites by Hilton®, we are grateful to the communities where we live and work.

Through our brand-wide community outreach program called Your2 HandsTM, our hotel team members may select a local charity of their choice to support and help make a difference in ways that reach far outside hotel walls, engaging members of the community and guests, to make the biggest impact possible.

With flexibility, options and solutions customized to meet a community's specific needs; just two hands could make an amazing impact. If you multiply those efforts by an entire team of hands working together, the possibilities are not only endless, but inspiring. With Your2 Hands, anything is possible.

Goal of Your2 Hands

  • Create a community program that fits all needs of Home2 by utilizing individuality and customization.
  • Produce a local community campaign encouraging and empowering individuals to make their mark on our planet, encouraging involvement from each of our hotels within their communities.
  • Awareness for the Home2 brand and its core values.

Your2 Hands Property InvolvementOur community relations brand-wide program allows for our hotel team members to identify specific needs within their own community in order to make the biggest impact possible. By participating in a Your2 Hands effort our hotels help to build both brand equity and added value to the unique identity of Home2.

Your2 Hands Brand EffortsHome2 Suites by Hilton selected Mid-South Food Bank as its Your2 Hands corporate partner. The Home2 and Homewood Suites brand team launched the Your2 Hands partnership with a special event where Bill Duncan, global head of brand management presented a $5,000 donation to the organization's CEO, Estella Mayhue-Greer. The donation represents the equivalent of 10,000 meals. The team also volunteered and packaged over 3,700 pounds of rice, resulting in approximately 3,000 meals for Mid-South Food Bank www.midsouthfoodbank.org/.

The Mid-South Food Bank program impacts 200,000 people every year.

Your2 Hands Partnership with Mid-South Food Bank (Video)