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A&K Philanthropy – responsible tourism:

Finding a balance between green and gain, between profit and people, between taking and giving. Abercrombie & Kent Philanthropy (AKP) is dedicated to positively impacting lives and livelihoods in the communities where our clients travel.

From Africa to Asia, Latin America to Antarctica, we are working with partner communities on education, health care, conservation and enterprise development projects.

AKP is a non-profit organisation. A&K provides the fund for all general and administrative expenses, ensuring 100 per cent of your charitable gift goes directly to support local projects worldwide.

AKP was founded in 1982, when A&K vice chairman Jorie Butler Kent, together with A&K founder and CEO Geoffrey Kent, first raised funds for conservation efforts in the Masai Mara National Reserve of Kenya.

Over twenty-five years later, AKP supports 41 projects in 18 countries.

AKP is also active in transforming local lives through the Wildflower Home Foundation in Chiang Mai, the Children of the Rainbow School in Peru, and the literacy programme in Kenya.

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The four pillars of Abercrombie & Kent Philanthropy are:



From e-books to classrooms, helping young people fulfil their potential by providing the means to learn.



Partnering with communities to protect endangered species and ecosystems, and well as reducing the impact of climate change.



We assist with the water, sanitation and other-related needs of our partner communities.



Supporting the growth of economic opportunity in our partner communities through training, income-generating activities and other innovations.

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