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The Dream Flights Difference
Serving since 1999

About Us

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What is Social Innovation?

 

Social Innovation is the strategic application of time, talents, and treasures toward the increase of civil society. It allows individuals, corporations, organizations, and communities to participate in philanthropy at its best - built directly into our business model. It pairs funding with organizations that are equipped to produce and provide working solutions, to a world full of potential. We accomplish this by continuously applying profits to needs, generated via bespoke consumer services with intentional and directed benefits.

Our strategy allows for the application of recycled consumer funds within local communities, as well as organizations of social justice, health improvement, and human empowerment. In essence, we fly the world – to change it.

 

Business Aviation and Social Innovation

Corporate giving. Philanthropy. Corporate Social Responsibility. All these wonderful concepts describe the types of operational activities that businesses and whole industries use to ‘give back’ to their respective communities or legitimate social interest groups. These are all good ways to describe corporate giving, but often materialize as after-thought tax break opportunities, indirect investments in future industry-specific professional skills or education, or even basic political action group programs that feed the local or national corporate interest.

But Dream Flights International views philanthropic activity through the eyes of solving the big problems of society as you go along with your daily work. It should be designed as part of your natural day-to-day business. We believe in saving lives by feeding the hungry. Restoring safety and dignity by sheltering and protecting the vulnerable. Investing in and building up our current and developing leaders. We even support organizations that combat inhumane atrocities like human trafficking. We believe in Social Innovation.

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