Collette CEO Dan Sullivan was recently featured in a Forbes article on “Five Organizations Who are Redefining Philanthropy.”

Sullivan spoke about Collette’s philanthropic model, whichis important because it is part of the fabric of Collette. Every employee receives four paid hours each month. Employees routinely get out into their communities to get involved directly in our mission, from feeding the homeless and spending time at food pantries to mentoring at-risk youth. We are launching impact travel programs (in both Ecuador and South Africa) to take this to the next level. Giving back to our communities at home and our communities that we travel to make the world a better place and this is a key value that the Sullivan family has as part of our core values.”