High Country Travel and Tours donates to United Way of Coastal Carolina

United Way and High Country Travel & Tours

Left to right: UWCC Executive Director Sandra Phelps and High Country Travel & Tour owner Julie Mincey

United Way of Coastal Carolina and High Country Travel & Tours teamed up to offer a historic trip to Cuba!

On May 1st, 2016, Fathom was the first cruise ship company in many years to sail from the United States to Cuba. United Way received a donation for all bookings made from April to June, 2016. High Country Travel & Tours owner Julie Mincey donated $600 from proceeds that resulted from these bookings. Thank You Julie Mincey for Living United!

To learn more or to book your own trip contact Julie Mincey at High Country Travel & Tours!

Fathom impact travel is a whole new category of travel: its travel with purpose. Travel that transforms lives. Impact travel with Fathom provides the opportunity to build community with like-minded travelers, become immersed in another culture, and work alongside its people to create enduring social impact. In Cuba, participants engage in an ongoing cultural exchange program that provides an opportunity to interact with the Cuban people, one on one.

The United Way of Coastal Carolina had its beginnings in the Coastal Carolina area in 1957. What started as just a fundraising organization many years ago, has developed into an organization focused on measurable, long-lasting results focused on the local community’s most compelling needs. United Way fights for the Health, Education, and the Financial Stability of every person in every community. Currently there are 18 funded programs serving individuals in Carteret, Craven, Jones and Pamlico Counties. Funds are raised locally to fund local programs. For more information visit UnitedWayCoastalNC.org.

Submitted by: Tate Johnson, Resource Development and Marketing Coordinator, United Way of Coastal Carolina

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