Why Travel Companies Support Passports With Purpose

This is a guest post by Caitlin Fitzsimmons of Roaming Tales.  Caitlin procured a four days/three nights at the all inclusive Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa in St Lucia and three nights in a beachfront cabana at Tranquility Bay in Belize There is no doubt that building a school in Cambodia is one of […]

Sponsor Shout Out

It’s been a wild coupla weeks for the Passports with Purpose gang. We watched during week one as we quickly approached and then surpassed our original goal of $13,000. THIRTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS Imagine that! Those dollars are going to build a school in Cambodia! Part of the wildness of the past 2 weeks had to […]

Why HomeAway Sponsored Passports With Purpose

HomeAway was among our very first sponsors for Passports With Purpose this year, and we are grateful for their donation, which helped us hit the ground running.  They have also been generous sponsors of other blogging efforts, including the TBEX conference (co-organized by Debbie) this summer and the TBEX Road Trip from Seattle to Chicago […]

Best Odds Prizes

As I write this post, construction of the Passport school is a sure thing, as is a school nurse.  With an additional $7,500 we can provide a victory garden, gardener and cook who will provide a nutritious free meal each day to the children attending the school. We’ve been amazed by your outpouring of support, […]

Sponsor Shout Out!

It’s been a wild coupla weeks for the Passports with Purpose gang. We watched during week one as we quickly approached and then surpassed our original goal of $13,000. THIRTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS Imagine that! Those dollars are going to build a school in Cambodia! Part of the wildness of the past 2 weeks had to […]

Amy Querido on PwP and Finding Community Through Blogging

Amy Querido is originally from Thailand and is passionate about the difference education can make. She blogs at The Q Family Adventures and Atlanta with Kid. If you are reading this post, it means by some chances you have heard about Passports With Purpose from blogs, Facebook, email or Twitter. Here’s a little about how […]

Lisa from What Boundaries on Schoolkids ‘Round the World

Lisa and Cheryl traveled around the world for 18 months and had amazing opportunities to volunteer with schools in Mexico, Thailand and Kenya. From Lisa: ” Education means everything to these students and being able to provide a very real solution is something to feel especially proud of.” Lisa and Cheryl blog about their travels […]

Where Do We Go From Here?

“So, did you accomplish anything interesting last week?” I asked Beth when I got to Easy Street — it’s a music store/diner in our neighborhood where the PwP crew was meeting for breakfast. “You mean like building a school?” she responded.  We are giddy with our success, overjoyed. Thanks are in order. We’re so grateful […]

Angela K. Nickerson’s Tips for Supporting Passports With Purpose

Angela K. Nickerson blogs at The Gypsy’s Guide.  I met her a few years ago at the Bookpassage Conference , and we’ve been online buddies ever since.  Last year Angela’s creativity promoting Passports With Purpose to her readership really paid off and many donors came to us through her site.  I asked her to share […]

Peter Carey on Why He Supports Passports with Purpose

Photographer Peter Carey blogs at The Carey Adventures. I had the good fortune to travel with Peter a few times this year, most recently we crossed paths at 5am in Honolulu to attend the fish auction. He’s does great work with the camera, is fun to travel with, and it turns out he’s got a […]

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