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Fathom™ is a one-of-a-kind, truly unique travel experience that lets you not only see the world, but impact it for good.  It’s the brainchild of Social Impact Entrepreneur Tara Russell and Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald (a more dynamic duo you’d be hard-pressed to find).  Recognizing a group of travelers eager to change lives and not just go on a cruise vacation, the two collaborated to create voyages where you can learn about another country’s culture and its needs, sail there, then complete immersive, meaningful activities focused on education, the environment and economic development based on your personal passions and skills.  Unlike other service learning trips, Fathom™ provides an accessible, safe, high-value experience that leads to enduring positive impact on both you the traveler, and the local community you’re serving.  Your opportunity to change your world for the better begins with an inaugural voyage to the beautiful Dominican Republic in 2016.  So.  Are YOU ready to Be The Change?

Win a free trip with fathom™ and give the gift of giving back. We know experiences make people happier than possessions and The Balancing Act wants you and your family to share a once in a lifetime experience with Fathom Cruise’s #ImpactTravel. Tell us why you want to #bethechange on the high seas for a chance to win a free 7-Day Cruise for you and your family! Enter here!

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