Sabre in environmental focus

Employees of Sabre Holdings will volunteer
more than 3,000 hours to the Dallas/Fort Worth area during a week-long
Sabre “Give Time Together” volunteer program. Sabre’s Southlake
employees will be joining volunteer hands with their colleagues around
the world in over 35 countries. Last year 1,500 employees in 35
countries volunteered at 130 projects and Sabre hopes to top that level
of participation this year.

Volunteer activities in the Dallas/Fort Worth area include widening the
Sensory Trail for Apache’s Angels to benefit children and adults with
physical challenges who ride horses as part of therapy, working with a
horticulturist to spruce up Discovery Gardens in Fair Park, playing with
children at Scottish Rite Hospital, and cleaning up Lake Grapevine,
which needs special attention as recent flooding has left behind debris.

Sabre Holdings has joined together, by contributing both time, and in
some cases, project supply grants, with the following non-profit
organizations to help improve the Dallas/Fort Worth area:

The Scottish Rite Hospital of Dallas, Stadjuhar Stables’ Apache’s Angels
Foundation in Colleyville, Dallas Discovery Gardens, Friends of Fair
Park’s Magnolia Lounge, and many others, along with the cities of
Southlake, Grapevine and Dallas, which will all benefit from the Sabre
employee-organized projects