As a part of its One Ocean, One World Initiative, Trouvaille Travel today announces five non-profit organizations that it will commit to raising funds for in the coming month and years. “We are very excited to add a unique and compelling component to our travel business, which will distinguish Trouvaille as more than just a travel company, but as an organization with a global vision with the goal of preserving and protecting the world for future generations,” said Paul Hardersen, Trouvaille CEO. “With a focused effort at promoting ocean science, marine sanctuaries, naval history, and Caribbean history, we will do our part to educate and inform people about these important topics.”
The non-profits that Trouvaille will promote include the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHO: https://whoi.org), the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (https://marinesanctuary.org), the USS Constitution Museum (https://ussconstitutionmuseum.org), the USS Constellation at the Historic Ships of Baltimore (https://historicships.org), and the Carriacou Museum (http://www.carriacoumuseum.com).
In the coming weeks, Trouvaille Travel will unveil a dedicated page on its website (https://www.trouvailletravel.org) that will be the nexus of the company’s efforts to raise money for these organizations. Trouvaille also plans to develop focused fundraising efforts, which will be announced in the future. For questions about how to join us in this effort, please contact Trouvaille via our website at https://www.trouvailletravel.org/contact-us.