Our philanthropy through DreamTrust™ partners with NGOs supporting regional projects in SE Asia and the Africas funded by The House of DreamMaker. We have a passion for cultural and social initiatives and create special programs that inspire communities in need.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
We pledge to make a significant impact on behalf of every client’s spend, the results of which shall be detailed in advance of each trip.
CHANGE A LIFE
We see the world as our stage filled with endless possibilities – and through our creative experiences, we relish the opportunity to help and entertain children across the oceans.
BOOK A TRIP
Through House of DreamMaker and Experientiality®, every client’s trip design incorporates the networks and much needed resources to help the communities we encounter.
True to our purpose of making families smile, we are committed to several charitable programs through the DreamTrust Foundation. We believe that stories we tell throughout our lifetime are the greatest memories we can hope to share. Our Experiential Giving projects are aligned perfectly with our quest to delight the children encountered by our traveling guests; from helicopter candy-drops to hosting 120 kids island-hopping on a catamaran with surprises at every turn. Unbound amazement is what we deliver, and create transformational journeys for both our clients and host communities.
Working with Yellow Boats of Hope Foundation’s Seeds of Hope program, we provide five Filipino communities with vegetable seed kits and soil, planters and instructions to grow organic community vegetable gardens, feeding 1,800 families of six throughout the region – 9,000 people total!
Part of our commitment to sustainability is helping women without work make a living while upcycling plastic rice and pet food sacks into beautiful ladies’ bags, avoiding their inevitability in landfills or as ocean pollutants. DreamTrust™ is happy to provide the costs of the raw materials, distribution, training and pay necessary to create the finished product, all of which are sold for 100% net profit enabling a downstream flow of money to benefit other fantastic programs in the Philippines executed through the Rise Above Foundation.
The House of DreamMaker is more than a house of brands dedicated to authentic travel and event experiences. We are a group of individuals committed to building profit with purpose. We see the world as our stage filled with endless possibilities – and through our creative experiences, we relish the opportunities to help, support, and entertain people across the oceans.
Working with the expertise of small NGOs in each of our program areas, we strive to make the biggest difference possible for our host communities throughout the world. Here are just a few of our key partnerships:
Rise Above Foundation
Striving to help improve the quality of life for the underprivileged by means of providing educational opportunities, livelihood training, and health and hygiene programs.
Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation
The Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation, formerly referred to as the The Philippine Funds for Little Kids, started as a national movement to help children who used to swim to school.
Hatched in 1972, the Haribon Foundation and the individuals it trained and nurtured were instrumental in the formation of other environmental organizations in the country.
P&G CHILDREN'S SAFE DRINKING WATER
Since 2004, P&G has provided more than 18 billion liters of clean water to people in need around the world. The program provides an easy-to-use water purification packet invented by P&G scientists that can clean 10 liters of water in just 30 minutes.
Bali Animal Welfare Association
BAWA works to save, protect and improve the lives of all animals in Bali and beyond.
Sungai Watch is an environmental organization on a mission to clean rivers, starting in Indonesia
Friends for All Children Foundation
A private, non-profit and non-sectarian organization dedicated to the welfare of Thai children, FFAC provides food and material aid, educational and welfare assistance, and bicycles for schoolchildren in rural areas