Travel For A Cause

Your Vacation Can Have a Ripple Affect

Photo by Matt Collamer on Unsplash
Photo by Matt Collamer on Unsplash

Why Give Back?

Would you like to have your vacation benefit others? 

Giving isn't just about making a donation - it's about making a difference. Being able to help others is an amazing feeling.  There are many great causes to get behind... the proper care of animals, our environment, illness and disease, childhood hunger, education, the homeless and so much more.  We can create a fundraiser group for you, and we give back with every vacation we create.  

Support Locally

We have many clients that do not live in our area.  In fact, Kim lives in Florida.  However, that doesn't mean that you can't support those in our area.  Also, if you have a group or a desire to do a fundraiser in your area then reach out to us to get started! 


In the book The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant: Twelve Keys to Successful Living by Terry Felber there is a section that describes the perspective of wealth and resources.  Below is a passage from the book that clarifies how we are able to give back with your vacations.  It's the same way any other business gives their charitable contributions.

"... There are some who fail to understand the ideas of enterprise.  You see, when a merchant sells a product or as service to a customer, then as long as it is ethical, everyone wins.  The customer wins because he can now use the new product to make his life better.  And the merchant wins because he has made a profit on the valuable product [or service] that he has offered."

Once the vacation is complete and Sail and Sand Travel receives the commission from servicing your trip (which is already factored into your reservation regardless where you book your trip) then the donation will be made to fundraiser selected. 
It's as simple as that!  Travel for good.  We share with others from our piece of the pie. 

Citation, The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant: Twelve Keys to Successful Living. Terry Felber. Thomas Nelson, reprint edition 2012. pg. 63