Fox highlights its commitment to caring for the environment while helping to curb child trafficking with an innovative solution benefiting Protect All Children from Trafficking (PACT).
DALLAS – Fox World Travel understands to be successful, a company needs to not only say they are committed to doing good, but put their words into action to make a lasting impact. Fox is committed to enhancing the travel industry through sustainable practices by focusing on its three core priorities: People, Planet and Principles. During the 2023 Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Convention in Dallas, Fox was making a difference by providing attendees with an eco-friendly and meaningful reason to engage with their team, with its innovative Scan for a Cause initiative.
Offered at the Fox World Travel convention booth, Scan for a Cause gave participants the opportunity to make an impact by simply showing up and having their name badge scanned by a member of the Fox World Travel team. For each scan received, Fox donated to Protect All Children from Trafficking (PACT), previously known as End Child Prostitution and Trafficking (ECPAT). The Scan for a Cause initiative was wildly successful for PACT, and Fox is honored to provide a donation of more than $5,000 to the organization.
“The idea of Scan for a Cause to roll out at the 2023 GBTA Convention was a natural fit for Fox World Travel because it aligns with our deep-rooted commitment to a culture of caring for others and initiating positive impact where we are able,” explained Fox World Travel’s chief culture officer, Audra Mead. “Fox prides itself on doing what is right and aligning with PACT on this effort was exactly that, the right thing to do.”
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