Los Angeles Passport Party Project

January 14, 2012

Blog, United States

The Passport Party Project kicked off its 10 city tour in Los Angeles, California on the re-scheduled Passport Day in the USA (September 17th, 2011) and will continue giving girls a world view throughout 2012 and beyond.

 

The girls learn a lesson in environmental stewardship at Coastal Clean Up at Santa Monica Beach

The girls learn a lesson in environmental stewardship at Coastal Clean Up at Santa Monica Beach

 

Los Angeles Passport Party Project Passport Photos

Passport Photos Done!

Learning about the history of Santa Monica Airport Park

Breana excited for her passport!

Breana of Passport Party Project Gets Her Passport

Headed to Europe's Mediterranean Coast on a school trip: Italy, Milan, Cinque Terre, Monaco, Nice, and Barcelona.

Learn more about the Passport Party Project.

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April D. Thompson is a published travel writer, freelance marketing consultant and global citizen. For more travel adventures, tips and advice, like the Absolute Travel Addict on Facebook, follow on Twitter, connect on Google+ and subscribe for free updates via e-mail. Happy travels!

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7 Responses to “Los Angeles Passport Party Project”

  1. Ekua Says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Hearing about this project for the first time, great idea!

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  2. The Passport Party Project Says:

    Thank you, April, for your ongoing support and dedication to The Passport Party Project. You’re wonderful. Absolutely wonderful.

    Reply

  3. Shelley T Says:

    Giving the gift of travel. Great initiative, April! Keep it up!

    Reply

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  1. Chicago Passport Party Project 2012 | The Absolute Travel Addict - September 19, 2012

    [...] Blog, Philanthropy As much as I’d love to still be in Jamaica, I couldn’t be more pleased to spend this past weekend in Chicago for the Passport Party Project. It has been over a year since I joined Tracey and 10 lovely girls in Los Angeles (my home at the time) for the inaugural Passport Party Project. [...]

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