JetBlue Is Handing Out Free Trips For Those Who Want to Volunteer
Don’t have the cash for a winter getaway this year? We feel you. But f you’re a lucky winner, you may have a chance to ditch shoveling snow for sunshine.
As part of the JetBlue Month for Good, the airline is taking 100 people on an all-expenses paid volunteer trip to a mystery destination. 50 winners of “Destination Good” (and their lucky plus-ones) will receive a free four-day volunteer service trip to an as-yet-undisclosed location, Thrillist reports. The activities are related to three core areas of service: youth and education, community, and the environment. But here’s the unique twist: whoever wins the prize won’t have any idea where they’re going until the morning of the trip.
“Service is built into everything we do at JetBlue. It’s part of our DNA. Doing good can make a powerful impact any and everywhere,” said Icema Gibbs, director of corporate social responsibility for JetBlue, per a press release. “We’re excited to offer our customers the chance to once again roll up their sleeves and join us in giving back. We chose Destination Good as this year’s location to reinforce that doing good can happen anywhere and anytime — be it in the air, on the ground, or even in your neighborhood.”
The big trip leaves from New York’s JFK airport on Nov. 27. However, whoever wins the big trip does have to find their own way to New York, because JetBlue isn’t paying that portion.
If you want a chance to jet away with JetBlue, enter to win online here.