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1. AirAsia and IJN Foundation launch ‘Donate Your Loose Change’ Campaign
AirAsia and IJN Foundation launch ‘Donate Your Loose Change’ Campaign. AirAsia and the Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) Foundation have launched a ‘Donate Your Loose Change’ campaign to raise funds to help needy heart patients to carry-out their treatments at the Institut Jantung Negara.
2. Marriott Rewards Members can now Donate Points to Charities Worldwide
Marriott Rewards Members can now Donate Points to Charities Worldwide. Now members of Marriott Rewards, Marriott International’s loyalty program, can donate Marriott Rewards points they have accumulated to the charity of their choice anywhere in the world. Marriott Rewards has launched Rewarding Communities that enables members to redeem points for ‘Marriott Cheques’ that can be us
3. Park Hyatt Dubai to Donate 20% of Spa Treatment Revenue to Breast Cancer Foundation
Park Hyatt Dubai to Donate 20% of Spa Treatment Revenue to Breast Cancer Foundation. During October, Breast Cancer Awareness month, Park Hyatt Dubai, through it’s Amara Spa, will donate 20% of revenue from each ‘Pampered in Pink’ spa package to the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Emirates, in partnership with the Estee Lauder Companies. Upon completion of each ‘Pampered in Pink’ sp
4. 4-Year Old from Bali Benefits from AirAsia’s ‘Donate Your Loose Change’ Campaign
4-Year Old from Bali Benefits from AirAsia’s ‘Donate Your Loose Change’ Campaign. I Wayan Arya sila Arsadhana, a 4-year old from Bali Indonesia, underwent a successful heart correction surgery at the National Heart Institute recently. He is the latest beneficiary of AirAsia’s ‘Donate Your Loose Change’ Campaign, one of the airline’s Corporate Social Responsibility programmes kick-s
5. Malaysia Airlines’ FFP Invites Members to Donate Points to Three Charities
Enrich, Malaysia Airlines’ frequent flyer programme, has partnered with three charitable organisations: Mercy Malaysia, Make-A-Wish Malaysia and the Malaysian Red Cross and Red Crescent Society, inviting members to donate their Enrich Points as an alternative to monetary donations from now until 26 July 2021. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 9 June 2021.
6. Airbus, ASF, Viva Aerobus and Volaris Donate PPE to Mexican Red Cross
The Airbus Foundation, in collaboration with Aviation Sans Frontières and Mexican airlines Viva Aerobus and Volaris, have joined forces to transport and donate 336,000 surgical masks and 6,560 face shields to the Mexican Red Cross. The Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will help support Mexico’s ongoing fight against COVID19 in Mexico.
7. Edinburgh Airport to Donate Confiscated Goods to Guide Dogs Scotland
Edinburgh Airport in Scotland has started donating liquids and toys confiscated in the security hall to charity. Edinburgh Airport, in collaboration with Specialist Waste Recycling Ltd (SWR), will donate sealed liquids including bottles of spirits, wine, perfume and aftershave as well as children’s’ toys to Guide Dogs Scotland for fundraising purposes.
8. Air New Zealand to Allow FFP Members to Donate Airpoints Dollars to Select Schools
Air New Zealand has launched a new annual initiative, with support from the Ministry of Education, which allows Airpoints members to donate Airpoints Dollars to participating schools. Schools selected to take part in the new Airpoints for Schools programme will be eligible to receive public donations up to a total value of 10,000 Airpoints Dollars each, to redeem on flights for edu

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