Imagine sitting on the deck, a glass of wine in hand, while watching and eagle catch thermals above the canal.
With your $10 donation, you could be kayaking on Washington’s Hood Canal, enjoying dinner at The Alderbrook Restaurant or relaxing at the Alderbrook Resort & Spa. This is just one of the travel prizes up for grabs at this year’s Passports with Purpose.
Passports with Purpose is celebrating their sixth year of fund-raising for a cause. I’m pleased to say that this travel blogger has supported Passports with Purpose from the start and I continue to be involved in 2013.
Last year we raised $100,000 for Water.org to fund five water wells in Haiti.
This year, close to 150 travel bloggers from around the world will participate in Passports with Purpose 2013.
Together with your support, the money will fund buildOn to help construct three primary schools and fund three Adult Literary Programs in the Sikasso Region of Mali, Africa.
Passports with Purpose Prizes
To see a list of prizes on the Passports With Purpose website check here. Each donated prize will link back to a full description of the prizes on the blogger’s website.
Your purchase of a $10 raffle ticket will help support Passports with Purpose and ultimately build three primary schools and several Adult Literacy Programs in Mali, Africa. For each $10 in donations that you make to Passports with Purpose, you will be entered to win a prize (or prizes) of your choice. The fundraiser begins on November 26th and closes at midnight on December 9, 2013. On Monday, December 16, 2013 Passports with Purpose volunteers will notify prize winners. All proceeds go directly to buildOn.
Alderbrook Resort & Spa, located a convenient two hours from Seattle on Washington’s Hood Canal, is donating a one night stay in a Canal View guestroom, a $50 dining credit at The Restaurant at Alderbrook and $50 spa credit at The Spa at Alderbrook. The suggested retail value of this Alderbrook Resort & Spa package is $385. Thank you Alderbrook Resort & Spa for your generous donation.
Valid Sunday through Friday
Not valid on holiday weekends
Certificate includes resort fee and applicable room tax
Promotional Certificates are not replaceable if lost or stolen
Article written by Travel Writer Nancy D. Brown of What a Trip