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Dec082013

For Mandela, For Africa, For Education

“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela July 11, 1918 – December 5, 2013. Passports with Purpose is in its final 24 hours of a two week fund drive to raise money within the travel blogger community to build three schools in Mali. There are dozens…

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Dec022013

$10 for an education in Mali

“When you educate a man you educate one person, when you educate a woman you educate an entire family.” – African Proverb Passports with Purpose is an annual travel blogger fundraiser to raise funds for a specific project in the developing world. The 2013 fundraiser has a goal of raising $115,000 to build three schools…

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Nov252013

Hyatt 110,000 points prize for 2013 Passports with Purpose Schools in Mali

Hyatt Hotels is sponsoring Loyalty Traveler with a raffle prize of Hyatt Gold Passport 110,000 points for the 2013 Passports with Purpose (PwP) travel blogger fundraiser to build schools for students in Mali, Africa. Hyatt Gold Passport has been Loyalty Traveler’s prize sponsor for PwP since 2009. Passports with Purpose is a grassroots annual effort since 2008…

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Dec212012

Passports with Purpose raised $110,000

Passports with Purpose raised $110,000 from the 2012 travel blogger fundraiser through prizes and sponsor contributions to build five water wells in Haiti. Each water well provide clean water to about 370 people in Boucan Carre and Mirebalais. The winner of the 110,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points is from Flushing, New York. Plans for 110,000…

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Oct212012

Got a Travel Blog? Give water wells to Haiti.

Passports with Purpose (PwP) is an organization founded by four Seattle travel bloggers in 2008 to engage the travel blogger community in fundraising and finance international humanitarian projects. This is totally grassroots organizing among travel bloggers for social good through focused direct action projects like building a school in Cambodia (2009), building houses for villagers…

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