The Presbyterian Hunger Program is promoting experiential trips which analyze the root causes of hunger and poverty while calling participants to engage in solidarity actions with our local and global partners.
Believing in the beauty and dignity of all God’s children the Presbyterian Hunger Program is pleased to offer the chance to connect with the people of Haiti as we know them — hardworking farmers, industrious mothers, and resilient families who work hard to put food on the table and send children to school. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the strength, struggle and spirit of Haiti.
Purpose: Examine the root causes of poverty facing Haiti, including agricultural, trade and climate change issues.
Dates: March 12-20, 2019
Sign Up Deadline: November 18, 2018
Cost: $1600 plus airfare to/from Port au Prince
Includes: food, lodging and transportation in country
Does not include: Snacks or bottled water
Organizers: FONDAMA (the Hand to Hand Foundation of Haiti), Mission Co-worker Cindy Corell, and the Presbyterian Hunger Program
Contact: Jessica Maudlin, email@example.com (email for an application)
Visits Outside of Port au Prince
- Les Cayes – Environmental Impact
- Cap Haitien – AgriTrans SA, Free Trade Zone
- Plateau Centrale – Eco-Villages
U.S./Mexico/Guatemala Border to Border Delegation
Join with Café Justo and persons from both sides of the border on a pilgrimage from the US Mexico Border to the Mexico/Guatemala border exploring the connections between coffee, migration and faith. While the Presbyterian Hunger Program is not hosting this trip, you still have the opportunity to travel with our partner! The trip will take place October 26 – November 3, 2018. The total cost of the trip is $1,700 ($200 to reserve a spot, $800 due by Sept. 1st, and $700 due by Oct. 1st ). For more information or to register, contact Vicky Chaidez at 520-364-9257 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of our national grant partners offer opportunities for individual Presbyterians and congregations to get involved in their work through mission trips, volunteering, and advocacy. Click below for more information. For a map of other opportunities offered by these groups visit our National Development site.
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