Vantage is committed to giving back to our community and the larger world we travel. Here is a summary of our Vantage Cares projects and other philanthropic efforts:
Vantage salutes our veterans this November
Honoring our nation’s heroes—from soldiers and their families to first responders at the Boston Marathon bombings and those who served with valor at the 9/11 attacks—has always been a priority for Vantage Travel. And this year we are especially proud to once again honor them with a complimentary river cruise to France, featuring a visit to the beaches of Normandy to reflect on our nation’s great triumph that helped turn the tide of World War II on D-Day. But we are also excited to team up with the Wounded Warrior Project for the month of Veterans Day for a special Facebook campaign. Vantage will donate $1 for every “like” we receive during November—up to $50,000—to this non-profit that helps injured service members and their families. Thank you for visiting us at Facebook and doing your part (and while you’re at it, please encourage your friends). All it takes is the click of a button for you to help our nation’s heroes!
Read more about who we’ve helped by watching by checking us out the Quincy Patriot Ledger newspaper by clicking here
Vantage honors everyday heroes who have survived tragedy and hardship by donating one of our European river cruises to help in their healing. We hope they will see the world in a new and hopeful light, feel soothed by the currents of the continent’s great waterways, and embrace the life-affirming beauty of the world’s great cities.
Henry R. Lewis Foundation
The Henry R. Lewis Foundation - along with its sponsor, Vantage Travel – is proud to have raised the necessary funds for the expansion and improvement of West End House, an award-winning social and recreational facility that has helped over 2,000 youths each year.
Avon Walk for Breast Cancer
In an all-out effort to end breast cancer, the annual Avon Walk for Breast Cancer bands those together with the will to stomp out the disease once and for all. Each year, a Vantage team is there, walking the streets in and around Boston to take part and take breast cancer down.