Helping Hand Group (HHG), in partnership with Fairmont/ Swissôtel Groups, today announced details of several unique packages for use in charity fundraising auctions.

“Our aim is to continue to partner with industry leaders in creating totally unique experiences around the world,” said HHG CEO, Adam Herodotus.  “By forming partnerships with companies such as Fairmont and Swissôtel, we have the opportunity to design experience packages that are completely exclusive.  By offering these experiences to charities for their auctions we create a scenario that will maximise the donation for our charity partners time and time again.”

The packages include two incredible Singapore-based experiences – the Best Weekend in the World comprising a two night stay at the Swissôtel the Stamford, with dinner at Jaan – one of Asia’s Top 50 restaurants – reservations to fashionable bars with champagne waiting on ice and a money can’t buy experience to enjoy cocktails and the panoramic Singapore view from the helipad of the hotel – over 70 floors high.

The other Singapore offering is for the motor racing enthusiasts with a Premium Singapore F1 2016 package which includes the prospect of staying right on the race track at the five star Swissôtel the Stamford for three nights as well as enjoying an unsurpassed trackside position at the world’s first night grand prix.

Back home, in Australia, HHG is offering a Sydney Dine & Stay for six people where guests get to enjoy a private five course degustation dinner with matching wines in the open kitchen of the Swissôtel’s Jpb restaurant.  HHG has not forgotten the dedicated shoppers who can take advantage of a Sydney Shopping & Swissôtel package which includes two hours of shopping at Westfield Sydney with a personal stylist and an overnight stay in one of the hotel’s luxurious Executive Suites, with breathtaking views of the city and full breakfast buffet the next morning.

“Money-can’t-buy experiences are really what guests at fundraising events are after. We see a trend in the industry of people spending significantly larger amounts on these ‘once in a lifetime’ type of opportunities.” added Mr Herodotus. “We’ve worked hard to ensure we are able to continue offering exciting new experiences to guests as we know our charity partners don’t want to be offering the same items year after year. We are confident that this new partnership, and these great new packages will go a long way to meeting and exceeding fundraising targets in 2016.”