Will receive:

Requirements:

  • Schemes and projects must be of mutual benefit to corporate and charity / institution.
  • There is a good cultural fit between the partners involved. Please click here to read the 5 questions we will ask you to evaluate the fit between your organization and the local partner.
  • Clear objectives are set for each particular activity.
  • Measures of success are implemented.
  • It is enjoyable and rewarding!


CSR Programmes
 
 

 

Travel Out There - has a very broad and extensive range of experience working in the events and travel business.  We understood that companies are not solely financially driven and there is a real drive to have ‘feel good’ motivators.  The importance of companies working with a strong CSR ethos is crucial in every aspect of the business.       

 

Engaging your company in a CSR project that has a mutual benefit to the company and local community is not only a fun, rewarding and memorable experience but also energizes employee engagement, encourages team building and enhances your company’s reputation. Studies has also shown that consumers are more eager to choose, and engage with, companies that has an open and outspoken CSR policy.

  

CSR Team building enables your company to motivate your team, improve communication, make the workplace more enjoyable, and also empowers management to more easily identify and utilize the strengths of team members.   The emotional element of these experiences has a huge impact on your employees’ attitude not only to others but also to oneself. 

 

 

Travel Out There Smile Challenge - for every smile received we donated money


Involving themselves in a project that has a mutual benefit to the company and local community is not only, fun, rewarding and memorable experience but also energizes employee engagement, encourages team building and enhances your company’s reputation.  

 

 

Santa Fun Run in Riga Supported by Travel Out There 

Some Suggested CSR Activities

 

  

 

SHELL'S CSR project in Tallinn:

“They were extremely impressed of our idea (none of them knew what we have organized, so this was a surprise). They enjoyed a lot the idea of building something together, as they are used to cooperate together only in business, so some hands-on-work was really interesting. Moreover, the idea of helping local community was brilliant. They liked it so much so they have asked me to organize something similar on every meeting. They also enjoyed the city game and were generally impressed of how beautiful Tallinn is! I know they were really happy of overall impression and organization! “

-Agata Bejnarowicz (groups` leader on the teams` experience)- click here to read more


 

Sustainable Events with Travel Out There.

 

Based on this premise, an event can be called “sustainable”, Travel Out There operates under the United Nations Environment Program guide to Sustainable Events (download) .

 

An event can be called “sustainable”, only if all the following criteria have been fulfilled:

 

1. Efforts are made to reduce conference-related emissions of greenhouse gases and support off-setting of unavoidable emissions;

2. Procedures are implemented to reduce the consumption of water, energy, materials and other resources;

3. Measures are in place to reduce the generation of waste and to reuse, recycle and/or repurpose unavoidable waste;

4. When purchasing goods and services for the event, the environmental and social impacts of their lifecycle are included in the purchasing decision;

5. Social and environmental principles are applied throughout the implementation of the event, to reduce damage to the environment and to ensure accessibility, inclusion and well-being of all participants and staff;

6. Measures are taken to foster economic, social and environmental benefits for the local community, and minimise disruption;

7. Efforts are made to increase awareness of, inform and involve relevant stakeholders, including participants, the workforce, local hosts, regional and national authorities, sponsors, civil society groups, NGOs, businesses and technical experts, in order to comply with and support the principles stated above;

8. A reporting system is put in place that allows for the communication, assessment and evaluation of “sustainable event processes, initiatives and results.