Raffles

Sponsors

Virgin Holidays was the first private organization to establish a corporate scholarship program through the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Foundation.

Sponsors

Interval International, a prominent worldwide provider of vacation services together with their participating member resorts donated nearly half a million dollars over the last 15 years.

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“Being the recipient of the scholarship grant from CHTAEF has enriched my life. … I am eternally indebted to CHTAEF for making my dreams a reality.”

Training

Over 750 hospitality professionals training in 2019 alone!

Programs

Developing meaningful programs for today’s Caribbean hospitality professionals.

Scholarships

Over $2.5 million in scholarships awarded

2021 Raffle: Jade Mountain, St Lucia

Jade Mountain in St Lucia has once again teamed up with the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) offering 5-night stay in a Sun Infinity Pool Sanctuary with breakfast and dinner included.

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2021 Raffle: True Blue Bay Boutique Hotel, Grenada

True Blue Bay in Grenada has joined forces with the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) offering 7-night stay at True Blue Bay Boutique Resort. A Sustainable ECO-Friendly Caribbean Resort where every room tells a story.

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2021 Raffle: BodyHoliday, St Lucia

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) and St Lucia’s BodyHoliday launch the first raffle of 2021 is presented by St. Lucia’s BodyHoliday spa resort, which has donated a five-night all-inclusive stay.

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2020 Raffle: Secret Bay, Dominica

The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) and Dominica’s award-winning Secret Bay boutique resort are joining forces to support the professional development of the region’s hospitality workers.

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2019 Raffle: Jade Mountain, St Lucia

The St. Lucian luxury resort Jade Mountain has partnered with the CHTA Education Foundation to raise funds for school children in impacted areas, particularly Abaco and Grand Bahama.