Help Support TAP


We're grateful that you are considering supporting our work to eliminate single use plastics in the travel industry.  

With tourism arrivals at over a billion per year and increasing at 4-5%, the impact travelers have on the planet is immense. We can lessen that impact by supporting travelers, operators and the hospitality industry in reducing their reliance on single use plastics.

Within 2019 your donation will help TAP focus on:

  • Changing traveler culture to reduce reliance on single use plastics
  • Working with operators & hospitality providers to implement alternatives for their travelers
  • Lobbying travel & tourism bodies to encourage best practices

With such hard work ahead of us we welcome any donation you're willing to offer to support the cause. If you click on the donate button below you will be taken to a processing page. If you would like to explore wider opportunities for your business to sponsor us, please read on.



Corporate Sponsorship Program

If plastic pollution is a concern to your company, please consider supporting our efforts through sponsoring our campaign in the following ways:

platinum sponsorship $10,000+ Donation
In return for your donation we offer top placement on our sponsor page with company name, logo, description, a blog post, a social media push, press release about sponsorship, additional opportunities for recognition at events for each year of sponsorship.
Your donation will allow us to create a 6-month marketing campaign to reach industry professionals about reducing plastics. 
gold sponsorship  $5,000 Donation
We will give you second tiered placement on our sponsor page with company name, logo, and description. In addition we will publicize you through a blog post and social media push.
Your donation allows us to attend two international tourism events presenting the TAP message to operators and accommodation providers.
silver sponsorship  $1,000 Donation
We will give you third tiered placement on our sponsor page with company name, logo and link. Your $1,000 donation will enable projects such as us purchasing 700 reusable TAP water bottles to hand out at events.
bronze sponsorhip  $500 Donation
Given fourth tiered placement on our sponsor page with company name logo and link. This amount of money allows us to purchase 1000 TAP stickers for reusable water bottles.

If you would like to discuss corporate sponsorship of TAP please contact our Co-Founder This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.


Who are we?

Founded by the Executive Directors of two US-based sustainable travel organizations; Crooked Trails and Wildland Adventures, the TAP team is a group of committed travelers who believe that we can make a positive impact every time we travel.

TAP Blog

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Founded by the Executive Directors of two US-based sustainable travel organizations; Crooked Trails and Wildland Adventures.

TAP is proud to be a part of the 1% for the Planet network, which connects businesses and nonprofits to protect the planet. If you own a business, consider joining 1% for the Planet, naming us as your beneficiary.


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Travelers Against Plastic
Seattle, WA


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