Following the devastating natural disasters that ravaged parts of Texas and the Caribbean, JetBlue is offering free flights to those willing to volunteer and help rebuild these communities, Travel + Leisure reports. As a part of the airline’s JetBlue for Good month, lasting all of November, JetBlue will send 22 volunteers to Houston, Texas, Jamaica, and the Bahamas to participate in one of three service trips.
The airline will cover all transportation, meal, and accommodation costs for all of the volunteers. “We created JetBlue for Good Month to celebrate all the ways we give back year-round—and this year we’re thrilled to bring our customers on board too,” said Icema Gibbs, JetBlue’s director of corporate social responsibility, in a statement. Interested volunteers can enter for a chance to win one of three trips taking place in late November and early December online. Those selected to participate in a volunteer trip will be notified by November 20.