Volunteer in Guatemala with The GOD’S CHILD Project

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Home Building
Home Building
Clothing Distribution
Clothing Distribution
Volunteers with a finished house and the family
Volunteers with a finished house and the family
Volunteer at Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children
Volunteer at Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children
The Dreamer Center Elementary School
The Dreamer Center Elementary School

About

A ServiceTeam or Individual Volunteer Experience provides an opportunity for volunteers to use their talents and skills to serve others and a chance to change lives during a meaningful volunteer adventure vacation. Trips are completely customizable, and groups can focus their work on projects that fit them, including: Education, Medical and Dental Care, Construction Projects, Disaster Relief, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Social Work/Social Sciences

Join us as we work to improve the living conditions of the poorest families of Guatemala.
See first-hand how The GOD’S CHILD Project works to help thousands of Guatemala’s poor. Listen to their stories, and learn about Guatemala’s unique Mayan-Latina culture. Visit the families in their homes and the children in their classrooms. Experience what makes us such a unique, internationally respected model program.

Highlights
  • Part of the trip is spent working on necessary home-improvement projects such as building simple yet dignifying homes, pouring concrete floors in shacks (to reduce illness and infection), or laying water pipes along a mountainside trail
  • Volunteers spend time helping in our classrooms, volunteering at the homeless shelter, and helping the babies at Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children.
  • For travelers interested in gaining a realistic sense of life in Guatemala, optional excursions can be added to each ServiceTeam Experience.
  • Visit Lake Atitlan, one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, surrounded by towering volcanoes and vibrant Indian villages.
  • Visit Chichicastenango, a centuries-old Indian highland pueblo with one of the best outdoor traditional arts and crafts markets in Central America.

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