At Revealed Travel, we strongly believe in providing support and help for social projects in the regions where we work. In South-East Asia our ground agents have introduced us to a number of social projects such as an orphanage in Cambodia and a restaurant in Laos which provides training and job opportunities for disadvantaged youths. Visiting such projects adds a different dimension to a holiday.
In Latin America we are working with the travel industry to support social projects throughout the region. These projects are helping to transform lives, providing clean water, dental or medical support and practical training to provide people with new skills in Mexico, Central and South America.
The LATA Foundation was set up by LATA – the Latin America Travel Association – bringing together tourist boards, airlines, tour operators, hotels, ground agents, travel publishers, PR companies and the press to put something back into the countries and region where we all work. The LATA Foundation is run entirely by volunteers, most of whom have a background in the travel industry. All donations go to projects with no money spent on administration, salaries or office overheads.
Revealed Travel is delighted to support the LATA Foundation, which is helping a number of projects in 2016:
Please visit the LATA Foundation to find out more about these projects and learn how the travel industry is working together to provide support. If you would like to make your own donation to the LATA Foundation, please follow the links from their website. On some tailor-made itineraries (e.g. Brazil, Guatemala and Costa Rica) it may be possible to visit a particular project.
In the UK our team supports different fundraising events and initiatives and are actively involved, giving talks about projects and in the arrangements for the Latin America Charities Forum, which brings together a number of funding organisations, charities and small NGOs running projects on the ground in Mexico, Central and South America.
Our thanks to Kids Saving the Rainforest for the use of the photo of the monkey bridge.