This month is JetBlue’s ‘JetBlue For Good Month’ and the New York airline is offering complimentary trips to customers who wish to volunteer with selected non-profits that are partners with the airline. These volunteer trips include a trip to Houston to help Houston public libraries, a trip to Jamaica to help The Sandals Foundation with local community efforts in the Caribbean and a trip to the Bahamas to help the Atlantis Blue Project Foundation with ocean and environmental conservation projects. It should be a great experience and a change to give back.
Winners and one guest will get:
- Free round-trip Economy Class flights
- Free double occupancy standard hotel room
- Free round-trip ground transportation round-trip between destination airport and hotel
- All meals to be provided during the volunteer trip
How It Works
JetBlue will set up kiosks around New York City and Los Angeles where customers can fill out questionnaires that ask questions about what “good” they want to “declare.” But it’s easier to do this online, whether you live in those two cities, or anywhere else in the country. Go here to fill out the questionnaire.
Entrants will be matched with one of the organizations above and will then be put on “standby” for an opportunity to win a spot on one of the three trips. The competition closes tomorrow, November 10th.
No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years of age or older. Open to legal residents of the United States and the District of Columbia. See full terms.