Travel Agent Fam in Fiji Helps Island Orphanage

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Two Matai fam trips, which recently took place in April and May, became the launch pad for giving back to two Fijian communities. Special needs families and an orphanage were the beneficiaries of the kind outreach by U.S.-based travel agents, U.S. travel representatives and Fiji Visitors Bureau staff.

Ten agents participated and held a clothing drive for 20 families. A collection was also taken to help one of the children pursue continued education. The group visited many tourist regions during their visit to Fiji, including the Yasawas, Mamanucas, the North, Pacific Harbour, Coral Coast and Nadi.

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