ASTA: Link on their homepage to fundraise for the Tourism Cares Hurricane Harvey Tourism Recovery Fund page, as well as a "How to Help" page for hurricane relief. In addition, ASTA president, Zane Kerby, biked 100 miles for charity – and contributed for every mile to the Tourism Cares Destination Disaster Recovery Fund.
AIG has donated a total of $1 million to multiple Hurricane Harvey Relief and Recovery Efforts.
Delta has been operating relief flights to areas affected by Hurricane Irma, as well as rushing to provide aid and relief to all hurricane affected areas of Texas, Florida, the Caribbean, and Mexico. Learn about Delta's relief efforts here.
Marriott International and The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation are each making a $250,000 contribution, for a total $500,000 contribution, to the American Red Cross in support of U.S. and international Hurricane Irma relief efforts. This is in addition to the $250,000 contribution from each, for a total $500,000 contribution, towards Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
The Travel Corporation will be donating $20,000 to help the companies extended families in Houston that work at their travel agencies and have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey. TTC has also started a GoFundMe to help with their relief efforts
Brentwood Travel has adopted Tourism Cares as their official charity this year during their 60th anniversary. They have pledged a minimum of $1,000 and will fund raise through their business partners, employees, etc.
Cheap Caribbean is fundraising and selling t-shirts with proceeds being donated to the Caribbean Tourism Recovery Fund. They are also donating 50% of their booking profits from September 22.
GoGo Travel promoted relocation assistance through social media for those affected by the hurricane offering our services at no charge. We waived all service fees. We set up a web page to accept requests for accommodations both short and long term.
Grand Isles Resort & Spa is donating 15% of reservations to Tourism Cares.
Greater Johnston and Cambria County Conventions & Visitors Bureau: Among other initiatives, sent seven trucks to Texas filled with supplies for relief efforts.
Sue Schmidt of Pacific Battleship Center, Battleship IOWA Museum started a GoFundMe for a cafe called S.O.S. Coffee and Bar that was destroyed by Irma and Maria.
Judith Wilson from Travel Planners International will be giving 10% of all commissions received over the next six months to Tourism Cares.
PJ's Restaurant in the Atrium at the University of Guelph Ontario will be donating all gratuities for this semester to the Tourism Cares for Hurricane Relief fund.
Questex donated digital ad space and creative design to spread the word of Tourism Cares' Destination Disaster Recovery Fund.
Royal Caribbean: Following the most recent string of hurricanes and tropical storms, Royal Caribbean mobilized Adventure, Majesty and Empress of the Seas to provide vital supplies and evacuation to Florida, Puerto Rico, and other islands in the Caribbean. See their impact by the numbers here.
Timi's Tours is donating $100 per booking of their Texas Tour & Our Florida Escape Tour to disaster relief for the affected communities.
LA Loves Puerto Rico gathered the top restaurants in Los Angeles--together they are donating 100% of proceeds from dishes ordered from locations all over the city from October 7th to the 14th.