An Online Celebration of Giving

Give Big 2020

At a time when there are so many unknowns, a few things are crystal clear: the world needs to stand together, we need fearless leaders to tackle global problems, and we still need The Traveling School to empower young women to spark change in the world. 

Your support will empower the next generation of global changemakers! 

Mark your calendars to donate online starting at 6:00 pm MST April 30th through 6:00 pm MST May 1.
A gift of ANY amount ($1…$10…$100…whatever you have to give) will ensure our mission and programs continue to thrive.

Even if you can’t donate this year, join for one of our virtual events:

Join us for a conversation with students and teachers from our current semester. As COVID-19 swept the planet, TTS35 cut the international portion of their semester short and returned home to the US. Now in their respective homes, the group has developed a virtual community and learning environment. 

Do you need a little mindfulness? Some gentle movement? Maddie Johnson, staff member and former faculty, is going live from her quarantine spot to yours with a session of meditation and gentle yoga. Start your Friday by grounding alongside your Traveling School community. 

Featuring four rock-star Traveling School faculty, this panel is not to be missed. Jenae McCarroll, Caroline Goodman, Sarah White, Heather Foran and will speak to the power of female leadership, global citizenship and experiential education in our changing world.

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The impact you make:

$10

An ice cream social for the group after the 5-day Santa Cruz trek in Peru.

$20

Entrance for a student to Victoria Falls, the largest waterfall on earth.

$40

A camp chair for a financial aid student to use for class, meals, and study hall.

$105

Financial Aid for a day of experiential learning for a deserving student.

$250

A pack for a financial aid student, which she will live out of for 15 weeks

$500

Entry into a National Park so students can acclimatize for high altitude treks.

$1,000

A river expedition in Botswana’s Okavango Delta in dugout canoes.

$2,500

A 3-day expedition for 16 students to explore Ecuador’s Amazon.