We are creating opportunities for parents and children to explore the world together.
Creating opportunities for parents and children to explore the world together.
FAMILY TRAVEL is…
Travel encourages us to leave behind the comforts of home in favor of that which is new and different; to forge a more meaningful relationship with the world (and people) all around us.
Travel keeps us moving forward in search of that next great adventure. It also helps us prioritize what is most important in life, so that we are always ready and open to whatever comes next.
Travel is about learning through experience. It can teach us to navigate life’s toughest challenges by making us more resilient and preparing us for inevitable change.
Our website was built for both parents and kids interested in virtual exploration. We aim to inform and entertain through a variety of topics including book recommendations, product reviews, travel stories, hands-on learning activities, and cultural oddities.
As a nonprofit publisher, we are increasing the availability of travel content written specifically for kids. Our focus is on children’s fiction and Young Adult (YA) travel narratives.
FAMILY TRAVEL GRANTS
Travelnitch donors are turning dreams into reality with the gift of travel. Our family grants program provides funding to families who might not otherwise have the access and opportunity to travel together.
We inspire young travelers to explore the world from home, primarily through Postcard Pals. We also partner with tour operators to share virtual opportunities that engage kids through cooking, language, and other cultural activities.
BIG WRITERS, LITTLE EARS
This podcast will feature short travel stories written by big kids to engage younger travelers through the magic of storytelling. A print anthology will also be published each year for families to enjoy together at bedtime.
THE WORLD ON WHEELS
Our mobile market will bring travel books, games and crafts to kids throughout New England. Every purchase supports our mission to inspire little explorers and kids living in disadvantaged communities.