We believe the greatest transformations happen when we work together—hand in hand with local communities on their prioritized projects. We have multi-faceted trips that are designed to address several previously identified community needs.
We welcome youth groups, church teams, nursing teams, student organizations, universities, etc. We tailor each trip to meet the educational needs and skills of the team members to provide an opportunity all those who sincerely want to serve others. This allows for a broader impact of the programs and more meaningful partnerships to all involved.
We also support multi-generational trips that are church-led or for social service. Our trips are family friendly. We do not have age limits for team members. All have something to offer.
Our full-time dedicated FFP staff will make sure you have safe food, comfortable mission-style lodging, ample purified water, experienced in-country transportation, qualified translators and capable security. They prepare with the local community leaders before your arrival and ensure any agreed post-trip follow-up is completed.
|Common Mission Team Activities by Trip Type||Church Mission Trips||Social Service Mission Trips|
|Community construction projects (e.g. latrines, schools, community centers)||Yes||Yes|
|Church construction project (e.g. sanctuary, school)||Yes||Optional|
|Community medical care (e.g. one-day medical clinic, health education)||Optional||Optional|
|Sports and games in community (e.g. baseball, soccer, kickball, drop the handkerchief)||Optional||Optional|
|Evening programs (daily reflection or devotion time)||Yes||Yes|
|Worship in local church||Yes||Optional|
|Vacation Bible school programs||Yes||N/A|
|Activities for children (e.g. arts and crafts, teaching English)||Optional||Yes|
|Recreation day (e.g. Beach day, historical tour, shopping)||Optional||Optional|
|End of trip resort stay||Optional||Optional|
NOTE: The number of activities chosen from the list will depend on the length of the trip. The in-country costs may vary depending on the activities included in the trip and the size of the team.
NA = Not applicable
What does a mission trip cost?
We offer trips of different lengths to help teams meet their educational and ministry goals and address any travel limitations.
The in-country fees of the typical construction trip varies by country and number of days in-country (including day of arrival and day of departure)
|10-day trip||$1,300||$1,400||$1,950 for 12 days, only option|
|9-day trip||$1,225||$1,325||$1,950 for 12 days, only option|
|8-day trip||$1,150||$1,250||$1,950 for 12 days, only option|
|7-day trip||$1,075||$1,175||$1,950 for 12 days, only option|
|Airfare||Not included||Not included||Not included|
|Optional at end of trip for extra charge||Beach resort||Beach resort||Safari|
NOTE: Please contact us regarding fees for trips longer than 10 days (DR or Haiti) or 12 days for Kenya
- There is a non-refundable $250 per person deposit ($500 for Kenya).
- For cancellations >60 days before trip, FFP will refund donations above the non-refundable deposit.
- For cancellations within 2 weeks of the trip, refunds of donations, not including the non-refundable deposit will depend what has already been spent on trip materials, etc. Most likely all of the funds will have been spent.
What does a mission trip look like?
Mission trips typically consist of 15-25 people, ages 5 to 65+. Groups stay at accommodations near the community where they’ll serve. Trip fees cover lodging, food, purified water, in-country transportation, translators, full-time FFP staff, pre-trip planning and post-trip follow-up, security and construction supplies.
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