In a giving mood this Giving Tuesday? Donate your TrueBlue points to your favorite charity today and JetBlue For Good and TrueBlue will match up to 1 million points! JetBlue For Good, the airline’s platform for social impact and corporate responsibility, and the airline’s TrueBlue loyalty program will match up to 1 million TrueBlue points donated through JetBlue’s TrueBlue points donation platform between November 1-30.
When you think of an exotic Caribbean vacation, what comes to mind? Maybe beautiful beaches, delicious cuisines, and souvenirs for your loved ones back home. Before your next Caribbean trip, JetBlue and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service urge you to “Buy Informed.”
Join JetBlue in celebrating good for the month of November! Throughout November, those who volunteer in the communities we serve. Go to JetBlueForGood.com to show us how much you care for your community and become part of the JetBlue For Good Crew.
We’ve been in the business of caring since 2000, setting out to bring humanity back to air travel. First, we challenged the industry by making their extras our standards. We’ve continued to soar forward by inspiring humanity. However, caring extends beyond what we do at 35,000 feet.
JetBlue proudly supports and honors veterans and active duty service members. This includes the 1,300-plus Crewmembers who have served their country.
On Thursday, we expressed our gratitude to a number of crewmember veterans, special invited guests and other veteran supporters with a special flight on our Vets in Blue aircraft which is dedicated to service members. The flight departed JFK for Dayton, Ohio for a trip to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force (NMUSAF).
October 24, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Sophia Mendelsohn, JetBlue’s head of sustainability, has been named Sustainability Leader of the Year by Ethical Corporation during their annual Responsible Business Awards held in London in September. The Responsible Business Awards honor leading sustainability practitioners from across the globe and celebrate some of the best organizations, initiatives, and people in responsible business.
The 'Our Ocean' conference, hosted in Washington D.C. last month, focused on the key ocean issues of our time including marine pollution and climate-related impacts. JetBlue partnered with the U.S. State Department to send two students to the two-day event. During the conference, students had the opportunity to engage with sustainability thought leaders and stakeholders around the globe, raising awareness for the protection of sensitive marine ecosystems, many of which are found in the various Caribbean destinations that JetBlue serves.
Reading helps children’s imaginations soar and supports academic success. Youth and education are core pillars of our community programs. We do all we can to get age-appropriate books to kids who need them most and provide children with the resources and tools to read. Working with partners including First Book and Random House Children’s Books, JetBlue has donated more than $2 million worth of books to kids in need over the past five years.
JetBlue achieves a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index
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JetBlue customers come from different backgrounds and life experiences. A diverse workforce helps us to better understand and respond to their needs. In 2015, we reaffirmed our commitment to recognize the many aspects of diversity at JetBlue. We held activities for our crewmembers throughout the year including our annual Respectful Workplace Week, diversity trainings for JetBlue leadership. We also celebrated traditional heritage and awareness months.