Our vision for hospitality is more than just a warm welcome. It’s an opportunity to engage with the people and places that make up the communities that play home to Common Thread – at home and away.

We thoughtfully embrace sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint.

At Common Thread Hotels, sustainability is the heart of our operations. We passionately strive to weave eco-conscious practices into every aspect of our guest experience, from sourcing local, organic ingredients for our menus to implementing energy-efficient systems in our properties. By thoughtfully embracing sustainability, we not only provide exceptional hospitality but also minimize our carbon footprint, leaving a positive impact on the environment and our communities for years to come.

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Community Outreach

We have a passion for the communities we are a part of and we believe it is important to give back to the communities that have given so much to our guests and employees. Each hotel is given dedicated resources each year to find causes and special purposes that they believe in. We then use these resources to create opportunities within the community. Below are some of the causes and organizations we have given back to:

ASSISTANCE LEAGUE COACHELLA

Assistance League Coachella Valley is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that removes barriers for folks at-risk or disadvantaged. Our programs care for students of all ages, senior citizens, teens focused on the performing arts, and first time mothers in military families at Twentynine Palms Marine Base.

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NEW HAVEN YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

Working with youth and their families since 1967, New Haven Youth and Family Services is transforming lives for at-risk adolescent boys through an innovative education model that develops life/work skills in a healthy environment.
Led by a dedicated team of caring professionals who embrace a servant leadership philosophy, New Haven supports the “whole person” development of troubled youth as they guide them from despair to hope.

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DESERT AIDS PROJECT

Since 1984, DAP Health’s mission has been to ensure people living in the Coachella Valley with HIV and AIDS lead healthy and happy lives, by receiving the comprehensive and compassionate care every human being deserves.

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RIORDAN SCHOLARS PROGRAM

A transformative program serving underserved youth in Los Angeles, 99% of whom are first generation college bound, to provide leadership skills and learning about business.

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TEENS EXPLOSING TECHNOLOGY

Teens Exploring Technology serves young men of color between the 7th and 11th grade who come from low income communities. Since 2009, they have used the concept of developing strong teams as a way of teaching our young men of color about collaboration, ideation, and long-lasting life skills. In small teams, youths learn the process of taking an idea from concept to market. They use coding as the catalyst to take young men of color and turn them into technology leaders who build positive communities.

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LA EDUCATION RECOVERY FUND

Created during the pandemic solely focused on inner city youth in the most challenged areas of LA to provide added learning assistance. These were the students hardest hit during the pandemic due to lack of technology at home and therefore had the most difficult time with remote learning.

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LA UNIFIED FUTBOL ACADEMY

An LA based program co-led by Rocky Delgadillo, focused on instilling discipline, goal setting and resiliency with Latino youth in South LA. The ultimate goal is for the youth to stay on the right path by pursuing soccer and applying those same principles to school.

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ED VOICE

EdVoice is an advocate for low income children, fighting to secure a “high quality public education” for all Californians. Their mission is “working to reshape public education in California so that children from low-income homes have a better chance at a happy life”.

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