Make Travel Mean More
Travel changes us. Whether it’s those small moments that move you, or the lifelong memories you create, journeys can transform how we see the world. At OneTomorrow, we recognise the power that travel has. We want to take it one step further. Working with you and the great causes we support around the world, together we are creating a future where travel means more.
OneTomorrow’s Guest Giving program allows you to support worthy projects in different regions around the world, with our matched funding doubling your impact. Workplace Giving donations from staff are also matched.
Donate to a cause you feel passionate about.
We will match your donation to double the impact.
Make a difference
Together, our actions help shape the world.
OneTomorrow Australian Charities
APT also partners with the Wunan Foundation, a community-based initiative for Indigenous communities in the East Kimberley. For over 15 years, APT has been working with Wunan to deliver their touring program, assist with financial investment through the development of permanent wilderness lodges, and offer employment opportunities for local Indigenous people.
Rural Aid work to ensure that Australian farmers and rural communities are given financial and emotional support in times of severe hardship. Run entirely by volunteers, their programs help Aussie farmers in distress and have included the widely successful ‘Buy A Bale’ campaign.
Delivering aeromedical and primary healthcare across rural Australia, the RFDS has been serving Australians for over 90 years. Founder Reverend John Flynn had a vision to bring a ‘mantle of safety’ to those living in the bush. His powerful legacy lives on - Flynn was immortalised on the Australian $20 note in 1994.
OneTomorrow International Charities
Victim Support Manaaki Tangata supports people in New Zealand – otherwise known by its Maori name, Aotearoa – who are affected by crime and trauma. Founded in 1986, they have been the first port of call for victims, frontline police, and other agencies, during crises. With a network of caring and skilled paid staff and volunteers, Victim Support Manaaki Tangata operates 365 days a year in every local community throughout New Zealand.