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JetBlue Will Fly 100 People to Volunteer at a Mystery Destination For Free

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Want to see the world without breaking the bank? If so, you’ve got to get creative. On top of entering to win a free Tahiti trip or applying for a dream job in Mexico, another way to travel on a budget is through volunteering opportunities—an option that happens to be at the heart of a new promotion by JetBlue.

Called Destination Good, this campaign will send 50 people and their guests on an all-expenses-paid volunteer trip for four days. Where to, you ask? It’s a secret—and will remain under wraps until the lucky do-gooders depart on November 27, 2018.

Once they’ve reached the mystery location, the volunteers will partner up with non-profits and assist with activities related to three sectors of service: Youth and Education, Community, and the Environment. “Service is built into everything we do at JetBlue,” Icema Gibbs, the director of corporate social responsibility, announced in a press release. “It’s part of our DNA. Doing good can make a powerful impact any and everywhere.”

If you’d like to enter this sky-high sweepstakes, cruise on over to the JetBlue website. Winners will be notified on November 20 and will fly out of New York’s JFK Airport one week later. While the trip itself won’t cost you anything, you will have to make your way to the Big Apple on your own dime. Still, it’s a small price to pay for such a big opportunity!

JetBlue will fly you and other travel-loving volunteers to a mystery destination—for free!

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