Two weeks during the 2015 Christmas holiday season, 80 volunteers along with the local HOPE worldwide staff painted boats, built houses, played with children, sweated, laughed, cried and fought off relentless ants and mosquitoes.
Alaska HYC Update: Making A Lasting Impact
Check out this sustainable impact of HOPE Youth Corps! We really try to have a lasting meaningful impact with the service activities we carry out on our volunteer trips. The Alaska HYC participants engaged in sustainable agriculture during the summer programs.
December Sites Open to Families
Are you interested in spending your family holiday serving others in another country? Come and join us in Fiji or the Philippines this winter. We have opened registration for our two winter HYC, one in Fiji (December 4 to 19), and one in the Philippines (December 17 to 30). Both programs are open to teens, campus students, singles, and families. Apply here!
Jillian is 17 years old and lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She participated in the December 2014 HOPE Youth Corps in Delhi, India. This is her personal story about her decision to apply for HYC and how it helped lead her to make the very best decision to make Jesus Lord.
During the MLK Day of Service in Philadelphia,volunteers from HOPE worldwide and the Philadelphia Fire Department answer the question, "Why do you volunteer?"
Greg and Nancy Taylor are members of the Halifax-Dartmouth Church of Christ, and also volunteer as the HOPE worldwide of Canada Chapter Directors for their church. They have two teenagers (Cameron, who is a disciple in the campus ministry, and Jillian, who is on her journey to become one, and is in the high school ministry). The Taylors recently returned from participating in the HOPE Youth Corps and Volunteer Corps in Delhi, India during the Christmas holiday. Here is their story of service.
Brett and Beth Kreider are members of the Northern Virginia Church of Christ. They have three children (Logan, Noah and Elena) who are also disciples. The Kreiders recently returned from participating in the HOPE Youth Corps and Volunteer Corps in Chennai, India during the Christmas holiday. Here is their story of service.
A healthcare instructor is needed for HOPE worldwide Bolivia's Patient Care Assistant Program.
Take a six to twelve month challenge in Bolivia and use your time, talents and training to impact the lives of many! Your healthcare skills and experience are desperately needed to provide vital services and leadership to the underserved in La Paz, Bolivia.