Last month, Jeff Robertson wrote about Delta’s Force for Global Good and the Habitat for Humanity build that Delta employees and SkyMiles members will be doing in November.
While not everyone can take a week off to build houses in India, there are other ways you can be a part of Delta’s Force for Global Good.
In June 2007, Delta became the first U.S. airline to offer its customers the opportunity to give back to the environment through a carbon offset program. The program allows for the purchase of trees through The Conservation Fund to help offset the carbon emissions associated with air travel.
Customers who purchase a ticket online at delta.com can contribute toward the offset of carbon emissions through a donation of $5.50 for a domestic roundtrip flight and $11 for an international roundtrip flight.
And now, we’ve partnered with American Express to make it even easier to make a difference for the environment. From October 22 through November 30, American Express will make a donation to The Conservation Fund for each online booking.
Use your American Express Card to book a flight with Delta at delta.com and American Express will make a donation* to The Conservation Fund.
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*Terms and Conditions: Payment with any American Express Card is required. Donation will be made for all online bookings and reservations made between October 22 and November 30, 2007 on participating merchant websites. For more information on Plan-It Green and participating merchants, go to amexnetwork.com/green. $.25 per booking will be made up to a total program maximum of $300,000. Donation will be made to The Conservation Fund in support of environmental preservation initiatives. Purchases are not tax-deductible for American Express Cardmembers.