Caribbean Cruise Line Supports Hope On Water
Caribbean Cruise Line supports a variety of local and national charities. Organizations that serve the needs of children such as Children Battling Cancer and Abbey's Place are of particular importance to Caribbean Cruise Line Charities.
Palm Beach, FL (I-Newswire) October 17, 2012 - At Caribbean Cruise Line Philanthropy is a year round commitment. Caribbean Cruise Line sponsor and works with a variety of charities throughout the year. Caribbean Cruise Line commitment to aiding charities through its philanthropy projects are a commitment Caribbean Cruise Line has made to the community.
Caribbean Cruise Line and The Children Battling Cancer Foundation have been offering these free cruises monthly beginning in December of 2009. Their newest program, Caribbean Cruise Line has spearheaded the program along with the able crew and staff of the Bahamas Celebration Cruise Ship.
Children with cancer, their siblings and parents, are able to enjoy the relaxation a cruise can bring while at the same time they can build new lasting happy memories of their fun times on a free cruise with the help of Caribbean Cruise Line.
Caribbean Cruise Line and The Children Battling Cancer Foundation are pleased to bring you this article about their new partnership program: Hope On Water. Caribbean Cruise Line will review this program for you.
Since late 2009, Caribbean Cruise Line and The Children Battling Cancer Foundation have worked together offering free all expense cruises to children and their families who are confronted with the realities of pediatric cancer.
Caribbean Cruise Line would like to share some important words from a participating family:
“With much pleasure and many, many thanks I tell you how wonderful our trip was as the January recipient of the CBC Hope on Water program. Your gracious and generous partner, Caribbean Cruise Line, did everything possible to ensure we had the best family vacation ever. From the time we got to the pier, Earl the pier supervisor, and Steve, the hotel manager, whisked us through check in, and we had a tour of the ship by Michelle. Michelle informed us of all many special things that awaited us – our table seating where Mat took over entertaining the kids and seeing to our every need, our reserved seats for the shows, our complimentary spa treatments, our Bahamas excursion to the beach and to lunch at Our Lucaya hotel, and our Bridge Tour. At dinner each night we had great food accompanied by food sculptures in the shape of animals. Both nights we received chocolate covered strawberries, and a fruit basket. Our spacious cabin suite was amazing, and our cabin steward Alfred once again saw to our every need and even left the kids great towel art.
Kelly has been on chemotherapy for two and a half years. Her last treatment was at the end of November. This was our first family vacation that she felt really, really good – and she had the best time ever. ”
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Published On:October 17, 2012
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