SOURCE: Vacation Foundation

Vacation Foundation

May 21, 2013 16:36 ET

Vacation Properties Given Away in Exchange for Charitable Contribution by the Vacation Foundation

COSTA MESA, CA--(Marketwired - May 21, 2013) - Vacation Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on helping those with life threatening diseases and other causes, announced a new program today whereby optional donations will provide donors with vacation properties. Based out of Orange County, California, Vacation Foundation is providing individuals a unique and inexpensive method of owning vacation property while simultaneously enabling donors to contribute to a good cause.

Vacation Foundation's affiliation with major resorts around the world has allowed them an extensive inventory of vacation properties. This inventory allows donors the unique opportunity to own and enjoy vacation properties while contributing to philanthropic organizations.

Many groups benefit through the gifting of vacation properties. Families and individuals, who otherwise may not have the means to vacation, are able to enjoy the benefits of resort membership, and the charities receive donations that benefit people in need.

A donation is suggested, but not required, to take ownership of a vacation property.

Vacation Foundation is a unique, non-profit organization managed by a group of philanthropically minded professionals who believe there are many ways to help others. Their ability to provide the use of valuable vacation properties, in exchange for small, optional charitable donations, is a unique model that benefits families and charities alike.

"Life Enhancement is the mission of the Vacation Foundation; whether by providing incredible vacation/life experiences, or by helping patients receive much-needed medical assistance to enhance their lives," said Saul Ruther, director of development for the Vacation Foundation.

Vacations have been shown to benefit sleep, improve mental health and productivity year-round, cut the risk of heart attack and strengthen connections with loved ones. A much-needed vacation can provide an opportunity to find renewal, resurrect dreams, and find inspiration. "While renewing your spirit on vacation, you will also find gratification in the fact that you are helping others in need," said Ruther.

The Vacation Foundation is currently accepting donations and requests to claim vacation properties. Anybody wishing to donate to the Vacation Foundation or to request a vacation property can call their toll-free line at (855) 607-8726 or visit them at their website. http://vacationfoundation.org/

Contact Information

  • CONTACT:
    Saul Ruther
    310-433-0568