Posts Tagged ‘Geronimo Vacation Rentals for Charity’

We Visited Cape Town!

08/07/2013 · Posted in Travel

Travel is an adventure. This summer my family and I had the most amazing adventure in Cape Town, South Africa. Our Summer here is their “off season” and was the perfect time of year to go to. The weather was just incredible, the crowds were limited and there was plenty of excitement around every corner. ...

The Strategy of Collaboration

07/19/2013 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits

A mission statement is the foundation of every non-profit. Some nonprofits drift from their mission after years of serving their clients, while others are able to grip firmly to the mission that originally opened their doors. For those who are able to stick to their original mission, collaborations with other local organizations can play a key ...

10 Things to Look for in a Vacation Rental When Traveling with Kids

07/12/2013 · Posted in Vacation Rental Industry

We want to thank House Sitting Jobs for sharing this post with us here at Geronimo. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the concept and this article. Please share  with us on our Facebook page. When you’re planning an extended family vacation, a rental property is often more economical and more convenient than a ...

Geronimo Partners, Promotions and SEO For Off-Season

07/09/2013 · Posted in Geronimo.com News

WHAT’S THE BUZZ ON GERONIMO? Geronimo is having great success working with non-profit organizations to promote vacation rentals all around the world at their fundraising events. We have recently sold vacations in Panama City Beach, Breckenridge, Hilton Head Island, the Bahamas and South Africa, just to name a few…and we are just getting started! Property ...

Moving the Needle on Charitable Giving

05/22/2013 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Positive Impact

Charitable organizations today have quite a challenge in front of them. From government regulations to finding donors and managing their organization often on a shoe string. It’s tough! Cutting through all the red tape and keeping costs to a minimum takes it toll and often on the donations.  Dan Pallotta, the founder of Charity Defense ...