It's much more than the few thousand miles you never asked for or used when you went to your sister's wedding in Portland.
Law firms and corporations build up millions of miles annually, many of which are a source of confusion and sketchy ethical behavior. Traveling on a client's account and keeping the miles for personal use? Giving/getting Christmas bonuses as miles, and not paying taxes on them? The I.R.S. may have a thing or two to say about this. In fact, the I.R.S. has left the door open since a November, 1995, ruling that business frequent flyer miles may be taxable as income.
Flights for Rights puts those frequent flyer miles to use supporting groups which work for justice. Those miles can get people where they are needed for rapid responses to crises throughout the world.
Firms, corporations and individuals can all make a serious profit from donating miles. Profit that comes through a clear conscience, increased respect in the community, and connections with a network of other groups and individuals with strong ideals and commitment to progress.