JetBlue Offering Free Trips in Exchange for Volunteer Work

Nov 9, 2017

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Looking for a free trip? JetBlue might have the answer. The airline is in the middle of its month-long humanitarian campaign, JetBlue For Good, throughout November, giving travelers an opportunity to fly for free in exchange for volunteering to work in one of three locations: Montego Bay, Jamaica, Houston, TX and Nassau, Bahamas.

Each destination is a place that needs volunteers to help with various community projects, which range from distributing books to planting coral. JetBlue, in turn, matches travelers up with an activity. All travel expenses, meals and accommodations are paid in full.

The contest also provides a $250 gift card which can be used for other expenses and activities not already paid for.

Want to find out if you’re a good fit? Get started by taking the Check In for Good Contest questionnaire here.

H/T: JetBlue

Featured image by JetBlue/Facebook.

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