What does the week look like?
We will attend a local church, go on home visits, teach English to students, and spend the day in a local home helping cook a traditional meal. We will have time to play with the kids in the community, and we will build relationships with the adults and Leadership Council. On the last day in Kenya, we will travel to Amboseli National Park and go on a safari tour. Our agenda in Kiu, Kenya is like no other.
$4,000 covers plane fares, a meal at the airport, breakfast and dinner in Haiti, 410 translators, hotels, transportation, and training materials.
How can I be a part of this trip?
Sign up at the Missions Kiosk in the main hall, and you will be contacted. We will send you a link where you can register and pay your deposit of $500.
For more information, email Kelly Hobbs at [email protected]