The AIDA fleet conducted its traditional holiday raffle during New Year and Christmas cruises collecting donations to enable school projects for children worldwide, according to a company statement.
“I wish to express my sincere thanks to all dedicated supporters of AIDA Cruise & Help. Hand in hand, the AIDA family has now been standing up for children in the poorer regions of the world for three years to give them a self-determined future,” said Felix Eichhorn, president of AIDA Cruises.
The AIDA Cruise & Help program conducted a variety of activities at the end of 2022 to collect donations aimed at enabling children to have access to education, according to a press release. THe program has been combining all charitable projects of AIDA Cruises since May 2019.
The focus of the projects are better educational opportunities for 37 schools in emerging and developing countries. A total of over 4,200 places for pupils have already been initiated in Haiti, Indonesia, Madagascar, Namibia, Nepal, the Philippines and Sri Lanka.