Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Supporting Our Local Community

BE Health

BE Health is a wide-reaching corporate social responsibility programme initiated by Kempinski Hotels. Its primary goal is to empower people to protect themselves against communicable and non-communicable diseases by encouraging positive changes in behaviour and focusing on early disease detection. In close collaboration with individual hotels, BE Health initiates health projects that are guided by quality, monitoring and evaluation standards. BE Health is an independent legal entity, ruled under Swiss law and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.


BE Health in Mongolia

Under the BE Health umbrella programme, Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace Ulaanbaatar supports the Misheel Kids Foundation (MKF), which is dedicated to improving the dental health of underprivileged children in Mongolia. The official partnership with Misheel Kids Foundation (MKF) began in 2020, follows our cooperation with the State Tuberculosis Centre. 


Your Contribution

The easiest way to help these underprivileged children receive free dental care is to donate one US dollar per night during your stay. By donating to BE Health, you are actively participating in making health contagious and making a positive and tangible difference to the overall health of children living in ger districts and rural areas without access to medical services and basic knowledge of oral hygiene. To find out more about BE Health and its programme at Kempinski Hotels, please visit their website at or contact us directly.


Various Ways to Donate

  • Contribute USD 1.00 per night on accommodation
  • Redeem BE Health Local Experience as a Kempinski DISCOVERY member
  • Stay tuned for upcoming donation events in the coming months.


About Misheel Kids Foundation

Established in 2015, MKF is a registered NGO in Mongolia. With a dedicated team of local dentists, MKF addresses issues from tooth decay to performing complete dental restorations and provides oral hygiene education for children who cannot access or afford dental care. In Ulaanbaatar, they collaborate with nine orphanages and daycare centres, offering permanent dental treatment to around a thousand children. Additionally, they conduct mobile clinics four times a year in the city's poor districts (ger districts) and undertake mobile Dental Treks twice a year to remote regions of Mongolia. For more information about MKF, please visit, or contact us directly.