We believe experiences are better than things

Charity Auction giveaway

A five-night stay on Royal Belize makes a fantastic headline item for a charity auction. Many philanthropic organizations, both large and small, have raised thousands of dollars by auctioning a trip to the island. We are committed to supporting charities around the world and helping them raise funds.

We make Royal Belize available at a significant discount to qualified non-profits looking to raise money in this manner. Our team can provide your organization with a marketing package including brochures, posters, and a dedicated web page for your auction. Please contact us to discuss specific arrangements.


When you experience the beauty of Belize, you’ll also notice that most people on the mainland get along with less than we’re accustomed to back home. There are plenty of excellent organizations committed to conserving Belize’s landscape and serving its people, but as we thought about a way to give our guests the opportunity to give back, the choice was clear. 

In addition to supporting global philanthropic organizations, we also give a little closer to home by supporting the efforts of Miss Bertie’s Hopkins Community Library, a volunteer-run library in Hopkins that was founded in 2007 by Peace Corps volunteer, Bertie Lee Murphy.

A part of the National Library Service, the yellow building welcomes both children and adults. In addition to traditional library services, Miss Bertie’s offers homework assistance and educational games.

bring a book, leave with a story

We think the experience of education is perhaps the greatest gift one can receive. Royal Belize proudly supports Miss Bertie’s Library and we invite our guests to bring books with them when they visit the island. The library is especially appreciative of books for elementary and middle school aged children. We bring your donations to the library on our regular runs into town. 

A good life is made up of good stories – we invite you to share your favorites with the community of Hopkins.