Positive Legacy

Positive Legacy, the 501(c)(3) not-for-profit arm of Cloud 9 Adventures, is committed to integrating live music and service by taking actions that positively impact the communities we visit. Positive Legacy’s mission inspires music fans and artists to collectively take action and build a better world. The goal is to develop service activities that people can participate in to bring a deeper sense of purpose to their travel experiences and the music surrounding it.

We hosted the first Holy Ship! Day of Service & Celebration at the Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel in Nassau during Holy Ship! 9.0. The hostel houses and provides necessities for approximately 35 abandoned and neglected children, benefitting them until more permanent arrangements can be made. We worked on the facility’s grounds and spent time with the children living there - we played games, served the kids lunch, sang songs and danced together. Special thanks to the guests who joined our inaugural day of service!

Guests were invited to bid on autographed photos, concert tickets, and unique memorabilia from Holy Ship! musicians at the live and silent auctions! Auction proceeds support Positive Legacy’s humanitarian and environmental projects.

You can easily offset the carbon footprint from your Holy Ship! travels by making a donation in your Cloud 9 Account. Your donation helps Trees, Water & People reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and provides tangible support to families in Central America and Haiti. Donations support rural communities by supplying cleaner, more efficient cook-stoves and funding tree nurseries. Some trees are used for firewood and fruit production, while others remain for the duration of the trees' life, sequestering carbon and creating healthy soils and watersheds.
Positive Legacy and Cloud 9 Adventures are proud to partner with Norwegian Cruise Lines and All Hands Volunteers to rebuild schools in communities devastated by the storms.

The need is vast and deep. With your help, All Hands Volunteers can rebuild schools in several communities affected by the hurricanes, so children can continue to learn as well as have some sense of structure and normality in their lives.