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Our Social Purpose

Championing Livelihoods on Land and at Sea

Enriching Lives

In partnership with the Green Scholarship Program and our sister property, Esperanza, Chileno Bay Resort & Residences is establishing an education scholarship fund, which will award two students their first year of tuition. Chileno Bay also continues to implement a more sustainable model for sourcing produce, especially around fishing practices, working with local sustainable fishing collectives and farms.

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Chileno Bay + Green Scholarship Program

Chileno Bay Resort & Residences and Esperanza Resort established an annual education scholarship fund that awards two promising female students studying tourism or marine biology the first year of university tuition, which includes books, transportation, psychological support and English classes to ensure their success. In addition, each scholar is invited to visit their sponsoring hotel to learn more about the hospitality industry. Chileno Bay Resort and Esperanza also support Coperativa Alvarez, a fishing collective of 20 families in Baja California Sur’s Magdalena Bay. Both hotels purchase the collective’s entire catch on a weekly basis to directly sustain the livelihood of local fishermen/women and deliver guests the region’s freshest seafood. To make a donation or volunteer, please visit the link below.

About Chileno Bay Resort & Residences + Green Scholarship Program

Chileno Bay Resort & Residences

We strive to create exceptional experiences that enrich the lives of our guests, our team members and the community at large. Nestled along a protected cove, the most desirable beach in Los Cabos has long been known for its tranquil, swimmable waters and pristine coral reefs, where a short venture out to sea unveils a hidden underwater world of tropical fish and sea turtles. Chileno Bay was created with a distinct vision to bring a contemporary take on the classic Baja escape with an airy, open aesthetic that blurs the line between indoor and outdoor living.

Green Scholarship Program

The Green Scholarship Program was established in 2004 by Patricia and Arthur Pratt to honor Patricia's parents, Doris and Milton Green of Knoxville, Tennessee. This association aims to reflect the value of education and its importance in human life. Pat and Arthur started visiting Cabo in 2003 and bought a house that year after falling in love with the place and its people. A short time later, they learned of the lack of educational opportunities in the region when a student who wanted to be a lawyer asked for their help. That's how they joined forces with a local church to pay for young Isaac Garcia's education and founded the Green Scholarship Program in 2006.