Airline Ambassadors International

by admin, September 21, 2016

Turbo Communications, Inc. entered into a 5-year joint venture revenue share agreement to help Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) better help orphans and vulnerable children worldwide by leveraging connections with the airline industry towards humanitarian service.

Through both a WEB Television Telethon, AAI is utilizing all of the Turbo services including production, interactivity, and mobility to pledge recurring support of AAI.  Under the terms of the joint venture revenue share agreement, Turbo receives 20% of the revenues generated by its initiatives.  Go to www.OnNowTV.com/9143 to learn more.

Turbo has also created the Airline Ambassadors Hero Force and is currently helping AAI deputize 150,000 flight attendants to report the signs of suspected child trafficking in the air.  Turbo produced videos are being deployed into badging offices at airports worldwide as part of this initiative.  Go to www.OnNowTV.com/911 to learn more.

AAI volunteers escort children for life changing medical care, hand deliver humanitarian aid to children in orphanages, clinics and remote communities, and advocate and educate on child protection and human trafficking awareness.

Inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals, our teams have made significant contributions to the world community, addressing issues of Poverty and Hunger, Education, Health, Child Welfare, Community Development and Disaster Relief.

ABOUT AIRLINE AMBASSADORS

Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that began with airline employees using flight benefits to help children, but has expanded into a network of students, medical professionals, families and retirees who volunteer as “Ambassadors of Goodwill” in their home communities and abroad. It provides a way for members to share their unique skills and talents to care for others and bring compassion into action. Click here for Ways to Help or here to Make a Donation