Collette has been changing the lives of children around the world for the past ten years

Pawtucket, RI (October 23) - Collette, global tour operator announces the release of the first dedicated Collette Cares inspirational guide as they celebrate ten years of giving back to the community. With a focus on hunger and education and a robust volunteer program, Collette aims to make the world we travel to a better place.

Collette began their journey of giving back ten years ago and have been on the road, exploring philanthropic programs to partner with in the regions that their guests travel to, as well as local volunteer experiences for employees. Last year employees contributed 5,000 hours of service through 1,400 volunteer engagements. Collette has established projects in Ecuador, South Africa, and Australia, to name a few.

“Collette’s employees and travelers have given so much to the world over the past ten years,” said John Sutherland, Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility. “We’re excited to share the work that we’ve accomplished with the hopes that our guests continued support will enable us to reach the next goal.”

The Collette Cares mail piece was printed on recycled paper using biodegradable ink in an effort to adhere to company values of maintain corporate social responsibility. Check it out:

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About Collette

As the longest running tour operator in North America, Collette has been providing guided travel for 100 years. We offer trips on all seven continents, allowing guests to fulfill their deepest travel aspirations. As a family owned and operated business we consider our travelers to be our personal guests. We understand that each guest is unique so we offer a variety of travel styles, including small groups, single hotel stays, and faith based experiences, river cruises, and rail journeys. For more information, visit

About Collette Cares:

Collette Cares gives back to children in our local communities and around the world. With a focus on hunger and education and a robust volunteer program, we aim to make the world we travel a better place.

Media Contact:

Amelia Sugerman, Collette

Phone: 401.642.4521