The Travelling Movement is a community of passionate travellers driven by the common purpose of creating social change.
The Travelling Movement was created to provide a meaningful purpose to travel, by improving the quality of life of human being across the globe through humanitarian travelling opportunities.
The Travelling Movement currently focuses its efforts in Nepal by working with local organizations in order to properly channel funds and establish community involvement.
CASD is represented internationally by ambassadors who actively engage towards executing projects initiated by CASD-Nepal.
Our global network includes team members from the following countries:
CASD-Worldwide has achieved the following remarkable through relief efforts of the Nepal earthquake in 2015
To learn more about CASD, visit these websites:
My name is Emma. I'm a full-time traveller from Canada and founder of The Travelling Movement. I currently run my own adventure travel blog, Active Travlr, and amongst my many passions, including charity work and travelling, I enjoy rock climbing and being in the outdoors.
Now, enough about me. Let's talk about how The Travelling Movement came to existence.
I visited Nepal for the first time during the Spring of 2014. Anyone that has stepped foot in Nepal will tell you how their first time in the country was love at first sight. The mountains, the people, and the culture simply make you feel connected to the place.
When the earthquake struck on April 25th 2015, I wanted to help out in any way that I could. I immediately set up a crowdfunding campaign called "The Travelling Movement". My goal was to raise $10,000 for villagers who had lost their homes. My promise was to deliver the funds directly to those who were in need. The campaign was extremely successful, and with the extraordinary support of friends and family, the campaign raised over $12,000 CAD.
In July 2015, I teamed up with two friends to volunteer in rural Nepal. Luckily, I found a small, yet trusting organization called CASD-Nepal who already had a rebuilding project in place at a small village called Ghusel. A part of the funds raised went towards building material for shelters, and another part went towards backpacks and uniforms for the children of Ghusel. The rest of the funds will be allocated for this coming volunteer trip (Spring 2016).
During the last 6 months, I noticed a growing interest from my friends and family to visit Nepal. This spark of interest, to me, became an opportunity. I planned on revisiting Nepal and volunteering once again in Spring 2016. Why not get my friends and family involved?
I decided to send an open invitation with open dates to those with an adventurous soul and a heart of gold, for the opportunity to join me in Nepal in the Spring of 2016 for both a unique trip and volunteer experience in a country that not many think of travelling to (or have even heard about).
...then this trip is for you.
...then this trip is for you too.
This trip is a small-group volunteer tour, where I will coordinate your volunteer trip in the village.
I will be your go-to person for anything Nepal related. I will be there to: