NEW YORK, N.Y. — FAREPORTAL is a technology solutions provider to the travel industry. Strategically located in “Silicon Alley,” in the heart of New York City, their group of consultants is dedicated to harnessing the future of online travel technology for FAREPORTAL customers and partners. Covenant House New York is the nation’s largest adolescent care agency serving homeless, runaway and at-risk youth.

The Covenant House doors are open 24 hours a day for youth in need. Each year nearly 7,000 youth seek out their Crisis and Community Centers for safety, shelter, food, and someone to talk to – and that’s just the beginning. Covenant House began over 30 years ago when six young runaways were given shelter from a snowstorm, in the lower east side of Manhattan.

Fareportal Covenant House now has programs in 21 U.S. cities and Latin America. More than 77,000 young people are aided annually by Covenant House in its national and international programs.

“The Covenant House has helped countless families recover from overwhelming tragedy and hardship. We’re happy to support them any way possible, especially during the holidays,” said Sam Jain, CEO of Mr. Jain made the announcement during the company’s annual holiday party. has been in the travel industry for over 50 years. Their vision has always been to develop and enhance the latest technologies into scalable travel solutions for budget conscious travelers. Fareportal offers market leading products and services specially designed for: airlines, consolidators, travel agencies, tour operators, corporate travel, travel professionals, independent contractors and home based agents. has vowed to continue helping the less fortunate through donations of air tickets to individuals and charity establishments like the Covenant House. Fareportal also supports The World Food Programme and UNICEF.

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