A recent study found that many Americans will forgo summer vacation because their budget doesn’t have room for the expense in addition to regular bills. One company wants to help vacationers enjoy a getaway with a pay what you can campaign.

Under Canvas is an adventure-hospitality company which offers luxurious “glamping” accommodations at some of the country’s most iconic national parks and monuments. The company has just launched a new campaign to help families enjoy a summer vacation without breaking the bank.

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According to a study done by Bankrate.com, 39 million Americans won’t be going on a summer vacation this year because they can’t afford it. At Under Canvas, we believe that the outdoors is for everyone to enjoy and should not be a privilege. Taking time to connect with loved ones #OutsideTogether is critical to our health and wellbeing, as well as igniting passion to protect and preserve our planet for generations to come. Join us in our mission to be a bridge that connects people with the outdoors! Through June 4, we are bringing travelers #OutsideTogether, who may not have the means to take a summer vacation, to apply to #paywhatyoucan for a stay at Under Canvas this summer! We will consider all applications and announce our decisions by Friday June 7, on the eve of National Get Outside Day. Apply through our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/undercanvas

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From now until Jun. 4 you can submit your application into the #paywhatyoucan campaign for the chance to earn a vacation for “which you’ll pay no more than you can afford”at one of Under Canvas’ eight campsites including  Zion, Yellowstone, Great Smoky Mountains and Mt. Rushmore. The application includes questions like the number of members of your family and annual household income. Winners will be announced on Jun. 7.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Courtesy of Amelia Anne Photography/ Under Canvas

 

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