#SeeTheWorld: Celebrate the season of giving

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AirAsia in partnership with World Vision celebrates the season of giving through a joint Christmas initiative called “See the World,” an awareness building and fundraising effort for the benefit of Filipino children.

The Christmas season will always remind me of my childhood. There is always this warm feeling in my heart when I think of Christmas day. A child always lives in my heart. As a little girl, my parents could not afford to buy expensive gifts but I was always happy with whatever they gave me. Any gift always gave me a giddy feeling as well as a big smile. I can just imagine the children when they receive their gifts. But not children are blessed any time of the year.

This is why I want to be able to touch the lives of these children when we reach out to them. There are many groups that help children and World Vision Philippines is one to remember. I recall my trip to Zambales during their World Vision’s Noche Buena Campaign.

AirAsia and World Vision “See the World”

This time around, World Vision partnered with AirAsia.

AirAsia in partnership with World Vision celebrates the season of giving through a joint Christmas initiative called “See the World,” an awareness building and fundraising effort for the benefit of Filipino children.

“See the World” aims to raise at least one million pesos to provide sponsorship program for many children as direct recipients across the country.  For every AirAsia seats booked or sold in the Philippines from 1 to 31 December 2017, five pesos will be automatically donated to World Vision’s child sponsorship program.

AirAsia World Vision

AirAsia and World Vision partnership.

With the wonderful ‘See the World’ collaboration of AirAsia and World Vision, each one can have that chance to touch each other’s hearts and celebrate Christmas in a different way.

AirAsia World Vision

Aside from fundraising efforts, “See the World” will feature inspiring stories of children from impoverished communities around the country whose lives have changed and caused other children and communities to aspire for better living conditions.

Mechanics 

How does this work? Read the mechanics of the AirAsia World Vision partnership and how you can be part of the “See the World” Christmas initiative.

    1. Promo is open to all Philippines AirAsia passengers at least 18 years of age
    2. For every AirAsia ticket booked in the Philippines, PHP 5.00 goes to World Vision child sponsorship program.
    3. Promo will run from December 1, 2017 to December 31 , 2017 for all Z2 flights.
    4. Booking must be made within December 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 regardless of travel dates.
    5. By booking a flight, traveller signifies acceptance on the standard terms and conditions of AirAsia flights.
    6. For further questions, you may call 742-2742 (Promo hotline or customer support number). See more at Philippines AirAsia Facebook page.

I believe in the saying that when “something good happens to us, let’s make something good to others. The more we share our blessings, the more that we are blessed.”

Sharing our blessings feels good because we’ve made someone else feel good. Let’s give a chance to touch each other’s hearts and celebrate Christmas in a different way.”

AirAsia Philippines will run a web series online and available in AirAsiaPhilippines facebook starting November 20. Keep updated and find out more about “See the World” through #AirAsiaWorldVision and #SeeTheWorld hashtags.

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