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My Travel Bug, Inc. Newsletter is now available online!

Dear Friends, It's hard to believe that it's been 10 years since I dreamt up My Travel Bug, Inc. Back then blogs were unheard of and the internet was just getting started. In that spirit, we've been planning some new features and upgrades for the website…Read More

Vote for My Travel Bug and help us win $25,000 !

Dear Friends and Travelers, Many of you know I started My Travel Bug, Inc. to help more people travel abroad and enjoy the educational and professional benefits of traveling. This fall we’re planning to start up our Fellowship program again and we will be…Read More

Facebook Causes bar- doante 1 cent each time you search the internet!

Amanda ONeil just posted a link to your cause, My Travel Bug, Inc. ( Help feed My Travel Bug by doing what you already do- search the internet. With the Causes Bar, you can donate 1 cent for each new…Read More

Please vote for My Travel Bug, Inc.!

Dear Friends, Chase Community Giving is running a contest on Facebook which will donate over $5 million dollars to charities that get the most votes. Vote now by going to: and typing in My Travel Bug, Inc. (it…Read More

Our cause is in America's Giving Challenge—Let's win $50,000!

Dear Friends, My Travel Bug, Inc. has just entered in America's Giving Challenge, which gives us a chance to win $50,000! To win, between now and November 7th we have to get the most donations to our cause (every person can donate once per day and have it…Read More

Happy New Year! Happy Travels!

As we head into a new year and new horizons transition and movement are all around. Here in DC the 111th Congress was sworn in and in two weeks 3 million will bear witness to a new President. In the meantime, MTB has some plans in the works which involve the…Read More

Quick facts

20% of Americans own a passport 66% of high school graduates attend (some) college 55% of college incoming freshman intend to study abroad 5% actually get to study abroad ( 60% of American high schoolers cannot find Iraq. 88% of American high…Read More
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