Travel Philanthropy

A core part of achieving our purpose is to help individuals and families witness the power of international giving on-the-ground and to experience how a small amount of funding can have a significant human impact.

Our team has many years of experience taking individuals and families overseas. We’ve found that these philanthropic journeys have a profound and lasting impact on those who participate. Not only do we leave feeling inspired and energized about the difference we can make through our giving, but we form strong personal bonds that lead to lasting friendships and partnerships.

Our philanthropy trips combine giving with a chance to experience the sights and culture of a special part of the world. They involve site visits to innovative organizations in the field along with group learning, dialogue and action.

Join us on an upcoming trip or contact us about planning a customized journey for you and your family.

Upcoming Trips:

Vietnam, December 2014

Sandy Dang is excited to be leading an 11day trip to Vietnam from December 9 - 19, 2014. The program will introduce you to the amazing people and must-see sights of Vietnam while enabling you to form strong bonds with fellow participants from around the world.

On our journey, we will hear from experts who can shine light on the country’s recent history and its impact on the people. We will meet with prominent social entrepreneurs and conduct site visits to organizations working to improve the lives of Vietnamese people in both rural and urban areas. The cost encompasses a philanthropic commitment to be allocated by the trip participants and distributed to the visited organizations. And of course, we could not take a trip to Vietnam without exploring the magnificent sights, the tasty cuisine, the rich culture and traditions of this incredible country. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you will never forget!


Further details will be announced soon on this page. To learn more about the travel philanthropy experience, you can watch a video about the 2013 trip on our blogconsult last year's program brochure or contact us for further information.