Caribbean Travel Auction Offers Amazing Resort Stays in Support of Education Foundation

Over US$100k in Prizes Available in 2022 CHTA Education Foundation Travel Auction

MIAMI, Florida – More than 30 prizes valued at over US$100,000 are available to be won in the 2022 Caribbean Hospitality and Tourism Association (CHTA) Education Foundation Travel Auction.

The Education Foundation’s Travel Auction is an annual fundraiser to support training and scholarships for Caribbean hospitality professionals. It provides an opportunity to win amazing Caribbean holidays at award-winning properties in the 20 islands represented this year.

Karolin Troubetzkoy Chairwoman CHTA EDUCATION FOUNDATION

“With travel rebounding globally, this is a fantastic way to introduce people to the Caribbean and the amazing properties that make us one of the top regions in the world for fun and relaxation. The generosity of our hotel partners continues to enable us to develop and deliver programs that enhance the capacity of our tourism professionals,” said Karolin Troubetzkoy, the Chair of CHTAEF.

Auction proceeds, combined with the charity’s other fundraising initiatives enables the CHTA Education Foundation to provide scholarships for hospitality professionals as well as capacity-building training at properties and tourism-related businesses across the Caribbean.

This year, the foundation will deliver its largest national training program on Turks & Caicos to more than 500 industry workers. They will also be conducting the Caribbean Supercharged Service Training in Aruba in December.

The 2022 Travel Auction runs from October 25, 2022, and closes on Sunday, October 30, 2022, at 4PM.

For the full list of properties and to participate, visit .


About CHTA Education Foundation

CHTAEF was established in 1986 as an independent non-profit offering tax-exempt status for donations. As part of its mission, CHTAEF provides people throughout the Caribbean region with an awareness of the varied career opportunities in the industry, as well as technical and professional development through scholarships, special assistance initiatives and other training programs. The Education Foundation has awarded more than US$2 million in scholarships and grants to applicants who demonstrate a strong commitment to the hotel and tourism industry. CHTAEF volunteer trustees administer one of the largest scholarship programs available in the Caribbean hospitality and tourism industry. Funds for these scholarships and grants are generated from corporate sponsorships, benefit auctions and special events.

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