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  Barbara McGhee-Turning Vacations into Donations
  barbara@cameotravelcenter.com
  843-650-4501 U.S.A.
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All tours Business & Cultural benefit

a NonProfit organization or Minority Businesses

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2019 

                                                                        Great National Parks and State Parks Tour

                                                                        See the U.S.A. –More than offered before

                                                                    October 2019- Utah, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho

                                                                                 $2990/per person      Single Room supplement: $1450
                                                                        r/t Air tickets from Myrtle Beach not included but can be arranged

Your tour will visit: Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion Canyon National Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon), Monument Valley, Canyon land National Park and Grand Arch National Park; Utah State Parks – Antelope Island State Park, Gooseneck State Park, Dead horse Valley State Park and Goblin State Park.  All my tours benefit our community.

2020

 

13 Days Business Expansion Tour

Best of China Cultural Tour

 

Visit Beijing , Xian, Shanghai and Yiwu

March 30-April 11, 2020

$2,890 per person, includes airfare from JFK,

Business Opportunities, Cultural Wonders,

Great Hotels, Most Meals, English Speaking Guides

 

Business Expansion:

• The Yiwu International Trade City, also known as China Commodity City. The market has been named by the UN, World Bank, and JP Morgan, among others, as the "largest small commodity wholesale market" in the world.
• One-stop shopping of commodities in 1,901 categories
• All prices in this wholesale market are factory prices
• Exhibition of 410,000 kinds of consumer goods

 

World Wonders:

Great Wall of China and Terra Cotta Warriors

Cultural: Summer Palace, Museum of Royal Gardens, Temple of Heaven, Famous Tang Dynasty Dance and Music Performance

 

China Tourist, Mulitple Entry Visa 10 Years up to 60 Day Stay,

Spring Tours Corporate Headquarters is in China and I have always had them

Apply for our VISAS from their office in California-Also best rates


   



Turning Vacations Into Donations-Passport to Giving

                A non profit 501 (c) (3) is so much more than a tax exemption

I see it time and time again that those give so much of themselves for something they believe in that eventually they personally give out.

I would like to change that especially for those in our community that are running on a shoestring not much in the way of regular monetary support. Many times not even able to afford a web-site, let alone have the funds to promote what is near and dear to their heart?

It is my personal opinion that these types of nonprofit leaders are typically great at giving and not so good at asking, especially not for themselves.

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Our United Way

Provides an umbrella and safety net for many of our local non-profits

United Way is working to advance the common good by focusing on education, income, and health

Please take the time to visit the online United Way site to learn about how you can help and be helped  

   www.unitedwayhcsc.org

   

The travel and tourism industry is increasingly joining the fight against human trafficking.

Human trafficking: $32 billion industry that enslaves an estimated 27 million people Worldwide, according to data from the U.S. State Department and the International Labor Organization.

One reason the industry has taken up the challenge is that travel and tourism can easily become an unwitting accomplice in the human trafficking infrastructure: Planes transport perpetrators and their victims; traffickers with groups of children pass through international checkpoints; hotels house pimps and their victims and provide a venue for exploitation.

Travel, which provides one out of every 11 jobs in the world, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council, is also uniquely positioned to fight back.

"The travel and hospitality industries can play a special role in protecting victims, and they're in the position to identify traffickers," said Amy O'Neill Richard, senior adviser to the director of the State Department's Office to Monitor and Combat the Trafficking of Persons.

Today, travel agencies, hotels and airlines are working with government agencies ranging from Customs and Border Protection to the State Department as well as with a variety of nonprofit organizations to stop human trafficking and to help survivors rebuild their lives.

In June 2013, the departments of Transportation, Homeland Security (DHS) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) collaborated to introduce
Blue Lightning, a training program for frontline airline staff.

Five airlines -- Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, North American Airlines and Silver Airways -- have incorporated Blue Lightning into their training, and more carriers are coming on board with the program, said Richard Puleo, watch commander for CBP's Alien Smuggling Interdiction National Targeting Center
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Airline Ambassadors International, a nonprofit that works with airlines to provide humanitarian assistance to children, offers training for airline personnel and airport staff.

Similarly, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute has
created a program for hoteliers.

The travel industry is also educating and working with other industries that are critical in the battle against human trafficking. These include health care professionals and law enforcement, which are often first to encounter and recognize trafficking victims.

By the numbers

1.2M: children worldwide are trafficked every year

300,000: children nationwide are at risk of falling victim to some form of commercial sexual exploitation

14,500 to 17,500: foreign nationals are trafficked into the U.S. each year

98%: of commercial sexual exploitation victims worldwide are female

95%: of all trafficking victims experience physical or sexual violence 

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