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Donate to Passports with Purpose Today!

December 13th, 2010 · Comments Off · Experience, Misc

Today is the last day each $10 donation you make to Passports with Purpose enters you to win the prizes of your choice. Here are some great reasons to visit PassportswithPurpose.com right now and click “Give Now.”

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Passports with Purpose 2010: Build a Village in India and Win €100 in Budget Accommodation from TravelBlogs.Com

November 15th, 2010 · Comments Off · Misc

In 2010, Passports with Purpose hopes to build 25 homes in southern India by raising US$50,000 for Land For Tillers’ Freedom (LAFTI) with your help.

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Rediscover the Spirit of Giving: Passports with Purpose (Holiday in Cambodia)

December 17th, 2009 · Comments Off · Misc

Are you tired of navigating aggressive shoppers at the mall, cranky gate agents at the airport and web stores where you can’t order anything because they are offline for maintenance?

Rediscover the true spirit of giving by making a donation through Passports With Purpose. For as little as US$10 you can help build a school in Cambodia and win prize of your choice.

A holiday in Cambodia where the slums got so much soul.

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Passports with Purpose –Learn about the Barefoot Books Prize

December 1st, 2008 · Comments Off · Misc, Taking Travel Home

Backpack to Buggy is enthusiastically contributing over $100 of products from Barefoot Books’ One World One Planet collection to bring the world to your little armchair traveler, or prepare them for the road.  The custom bundle includes ten books, a music CD, a puzzle and a travel journal.   Most of the materials are best for [...]

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Passports with Purpose – a Fundraiser for Heifer International (cooler than collecting quarters in rice bowls)

December 1st, 2008 · Comments Off · Misc, Taking Travel Home

Once a year, my catholic elementary would hand out “rice bowls” to collect money to fight poverty and hunger.  Actually, we were handed a piece of cardboard and while we tore along the perforations and folded in alphabetical order, a nun would lecture us on how lucky we were to have jello while children all [...]

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