JetBlue Is Giving Away Free Flights to Travelers Who Are Willing to Volunteer

A ticket in exchange for a good deed!

Jet Blue Plane
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JetBlue is encouraging travelers to get more involved in humanitarian work by offering free travel as part of its JetBlue For Good Month (opens in new tab) program. The airline company describes the initiative as a month-long celebration of kindness and good deeds, and is asking people to sign up now for a chance to win.

Throughout the month of November and early December, JetBlue will send 22 volunteers to one of three service trips to either Houston, Texas, Montego Bay, Jamaica, or Nassau, Bahamas, Travel and Leisure (opens in new tab) reports.

Participants will be tasked with creating “pop-up libraries” in low-literacy areas, rebuilding a community center, or helping the environment at a coral nursery or dolphin sanctuary. According to The Points Guy (opens in new tab), all travel expenses, meals and accommodations will be paid in full by JetBlue.

Those who are interested in signing up must fill out a questionnaire at (opens in new tab) to help the company better match you with a possible volunteer trip. Applicants must be 18 years or older. (opens in new tab)

Eileen Reslen

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