Understanding Travelers Philanthropy


Best Practices: Travelers Philanthropy
May 28, 2008, 10:52 pm
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Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel partner Jane Kaye Bailey’s Butterfly Tree Project was the 2008 featured charity at the 2008 European Travel Distribution Summit held in London May 2008.

The 2008 Eye for Travel European Travel Distribution Summit is the world’s biggest conference for travel marketing, pricing and technology executives.

In a keynote session on the benefits of Philanthropic Travel:

“The travel industry has a huge capacity to raise funds for NGO’s and charities especially through the internet. Tour operators need to make their tourists aware of the poverty surrounding their luxury resorts, in the developing countries they are visiting. Hoteliers must provide clean water, health and education for local communities as well as becoming ‘eco friendly‘. It is essential that this industry awakens to it’s responsibilities, using their marketing skills to promote awareness and help to reduce world poverty.” –Jane Kaye Bailey Founder Butterfly Tree Project

The Butterfly Tree assists rural communities decimated by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Zambia, providing improved education, feeding programs, safe water, health care and an orphan sponsorship program. 100% of your donation goes to the project. Donate to the Butterfly Tree Project Visit the Butterfly Tree Project with Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel. Exquisite Safaris supports the Butterfly Tree Project by building a morning or afternoon visit to the project into our Botswana, Zambia and South African itineraries. Exquisite Safaris donates $250 per traveler to the project.

Learn More:
Philanthropic Travel: Enlightened Luxury.
My First Philanthropic Travel Experience
Understanding Philanthropic Travel
Teach your Children Well: Philanthropic Travel
Collaboration creates Prosperity: Philanthropic Travel
The Happiness of Mission: Philanthropic Travel

Philanthropic Travelers:
Jane Kaye Bailey’s Butterfly Tree Project Zambia

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“If you are coming to help me, you are wasting your time but if you are coming because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” -Indigenous Saying Philanthropic Travel is the Ultimate Luxury The Exquisite Safaris philanthropic travel experience integrates indigenous local culture into every personalized luxury trip we recommend. These personal introductions create authentic cross cultural friendships that generate trust, respect, and generous donations funding philanthropic travel projects worldwide.

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