General Tourism Cares Video

America has always been considered one of the most generous nations, but now there's even more evidence in our new study.

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Volunteer Program Videos

Tourism Cares brought more than 600 volunteers together to give back on both coasts - Tourism Cares for Angel Island in San Francisco, and Tourism Cares for America Volunteer Day in Washington, DC.

Volunteers from travel organizations industry-wide came together in the unified mission to help preserve the Pensacola Lighthouse. The Tourism Cares for Pensacola project drew more than 200 people from 80 different U.S.

In 2011, more than 400 travel, tourism and hospitality professionals traveled to Mystic, CT to spend their time making improvements to the Mystic Seaport Museum.

Under the hot California sun,  200 volunteers helped this historic Sacramento community by cleaning up the streets, painting the chipped paint, and unifying the community.

Volunteers helped the Plimoth Plantation by preserving the Mayflower II, rebuilding the walls around the 17th Century English settlements, and cleaning up the surroundings. Plimoth Plantation is one of the earliest English settlements in America.

Volunteers gathered in NYC helping with projects after Hurricane Sandy at Coney Island and Jamaica Bay in Queens.

Tourism Cares for Miami 2014 volunteers planted trees on Virginia Key Beach and helped restore Miami Marine Stadium.

More than 275 volunteers worked along the LA Waterfront in San Pedro, CA to give back to the Battleship IOWA, SS Lane Victory and various other sites.