JetBlue Encourages Employee, Customer Philanthropy

JetBlue is inviting customers, crew and community partners to “Share Your Good” for an opportunity to win a year’s worth of flights.

During its “JetBlue For Good Month,” those interested in traveling to spread good can enter at through Nov. 30, submitting a short essay on their good deeds to be eligible for the grand prize. Three customers, three nonprofits, and three crewmembers will each win a year’s worth of flights.

Consumers who upload a photo of their good works at are eligible to win weekly prizes, including pairs of roundtrip travel certificates. Nonprofits that participate will be entered for a chance to win one of 20 grants, each valued at $1,000.



JetBlue is donating $20,000 to Global Giving, a nonprofit that connects donors with grassroots projects around the world.

“Service is in our DNA, and it’s our crewmembers who bring our mission of inspiring humanity to life every day," said Icema Gibbs, director of corporate social responsibility, JetBlue, in a release. Over the past eight years, JetBlue crewmembers have volunteered more than one million hours of service in their local communities.

JetBlue For Good focuses on three pillars: youth and education, community, and the environment. Efforts the airline supports include, Make-A-Wish and KaBoom, which builds playgrounds for underserved children. TrueBlue loyalty members can donate their points to those charities and other causes through the TrueBlue Points Donation Platform. 

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