*No trips scheduled to Haiti at this time*
After communicating with our Haiti Associates, GPPD has determined due to safety concerns that large group trips to Haiti are not in the best interests of team members, Associates or the Rev kids at this time. Thank you for your faithful prayers for Amber, Leeanne and all the Rev Family.
WHAT WILL WE DO?
We typically focus on helping Amber and Leeanne (our Haiti GPPD Associates) at the Rev Home and Cafe, as well as their partner ministries. Past opportunities have included visiting the Sisters of Charity baby hospital and the Jehovah Rapha House for children with special needs. We stay fairly local to the Rev Home/Cafe thoughout the week as we invite you to get your hands dirty working, cleaning, painting, and spending quality time investing in the Rev Kids and Jehovah Rapha kids. Those with construction skills are encouraged to note their skill sets on their application and can plan to work on construction projects.
How to Apply
We currently have no trips scheduled to Haiti at this time
Please submit these documents to complete your application. If you are accepted, you need to submit further documents, including medical information and a team covenant (rules) agreement.
For Team Members:
The additional information on this page is for accepted team members to review before our trip. Please reach out to email@example.com with questions.
Helpful Information for Team Members | Printables (Packing List, etc.)
Payment Schedule | Required Documents
Helpful Information For Team Members
Medical and Vaccine Information
The Department of State continuously updates travel recommendations, and requirements are subject to change. We update team members with changes.
Language Helps for GPPD Trips
In addition to these resources, we encourage you to look for additional language resources through Youtube or your local library. Translators will be available to help you communicate with the people you will meet.
Greece: Basic Greek Words and Phrases
Jordan: Basic Arabic Words and Phrases
- India is home to 22 official languages and over 100 additional languages. Hindi and Telugu are the most common in the areas where we will serve.
- Telugu Words and Phrases
- Hindi Words and Phrases
- In Uganda, it is estimated that over 70 languages are spoken. Of these, English, Swahili, and Luganda are the most common.
- Luganda Words and Phrases
- Swahili Words and Phrases
*Approved team members do not need to resubmit documents already submitted prior to acceptance. Team members over age 18 may submit documents online OR by mail/scanning. Minors must print, sign, and submit documents with signed permission of a guardian (by mail or scanning and emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org)
SUBMITTED PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE:
SUBMITTED AFTER ACCEPTANCE: