Together with its members, the ATCF has now awarded over $500,000 to important conservation initiatives that protect a diverse and unique set of the natural and cultural resources of our world. Supporting 33 community conservation projects in 27 international destinations has only been possible with community support. The funding raised from the ATCF annual auction is an important and critical piece to enable us to do this important work.
The ATCF 2019 auction gives you an idea of the sorts of items we are soliciting. For this year, we are again interested in a range of items such as trip packages, hotel accommodations, airline tickets, adventure travel tours, services, etc. High-value items (each $2k+) are preferred, but we are open to a range of products and price points.
To donate, click on the button below and we will follow up with you to finalize the details. The ATCF is hoping to secure auction items within the next few weeks, and the auction will go live in May/June. Donate an auction item here or click below.
Additional Benefits for Donating to ATCF Auction
Through an auction donation, your company will gain visibility through ATCF’s auction emails and messages to the entire ATCF database.
If it is a high-value item, it may be featured on CharityBuzz.com, which caters to high-end travelers and environmentally conscious bidders. Charitybuzz has a network of 60,000+ active bidders and its website receives 600,000+ unique views per month.
Exposure through The Adventure Travel Association (ATTA)’s newsletters and social communications to a network of travelers worldwide, including exposure in ATTA’s members-only newsletter. Additionally, auction donors may secure a spotlight opportunity in a rotation of announcements on ATCF social media sites.
Logo posted on ATCF’s website as a donor during the auction; Allows you to align with ATCF, which is known worldwide for our important work in conserving travel destinations. All donations from U.S.-based companies are tax-deductible.
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