Travel philanthropy is not only about donating clothes and volunteering in remote destinations around the world, but also helping instill a sense of global awareness in youth (and adults) at home. I’m thankful everyday for this life that I’m living, the people who have crossed my path, the opportunity to see the world and everything else that’s to come! As a small token of my appreciation, I gladly give of my time and resources.
Below is a list of some of the philanthropic organizations that I support both in the US and abroad.
#BrownGirlsGive features 1 new cause every quarter & encourages donating as a collective. Why? Because small gestures can often make a really big impact. [learn more]
Use available space in your luggage to provide supplies to communities you visit. [learn more]
As seen on National Geographic Traveler and in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Passport Party Project™ is a philanthropic global awareness initiative sponsored by the world’s largest online travel company - Expedia® - that will gift 100 under-served girls with their very first passport. [learn more]
The Rollings Foundation is a non profit organization with the mission of improving the lives of children by meeting their educational and health needs. [learn more]
The goal of the Trenchtown Reading Center is to advance the welfare of community stakeholders, focusing on knowledge – literacy, education, life skills, access to information, and the exchange of ideas – to create a foundation for personal, familial, and community well-being and growth. [learn more]