Serve at One of Our New 2018 Sites

Our new 2018 sites offer a variety of service experiences geared toward every age and interest. Whether your group is looking for relational service or hands-on service projects; work with children or adults; an urban or small-town setting; a global project or a mission trip closer to home, one of our new sites could be a great fit for your group.

Best of all, you can serve at one of these new sites and know that you are answering a recent and critical call for help from our community partners in these areas.

Columbia, Miss.

Learn about the strengths and struggles of rural life. Partner with local churches to serve children who need a safe place. Help vulnerable populations through painting, home repair projects and other service activities.

Portland, Ore.

Learn from local leaders about homelessness, gentrification, historic and current racism, and concern over environmental issues in an urban setting. Join social service organizations in serving vulnerable populations.

Beckley, W.Va.

Learn about Appalachian culture. Serve at a Kids Club that runs alongside a children’s summer camp. Assist local residents through work projects like painting and yardwork.

Houston, TX: Site One

Serve in the relief and rebuilding efforts resulting from the hurricane devastation. Work alongside two different communities who have reached out to YouthWorks and made clear their need for help and support. All net proceeds from the cost of your trip this summer will be given directly to the community.

Houston, TX: Site Two

Serve in the relief and rebuilding efforts resulting from the hurricane devastation. Work alongside two different communities who have reached out to YouthWorks and made clear their need for help and support. All net proceeds from the cost of your trip this summer will be given directly to the community.

Costa Rica

Serve vulnerable populations in Costa Rica in partnership with Rice & Beans Ministries. Pack and deliver food bags to families, offering both physical and spiritual food through listening and prayer. Plan and lead children’s programming. Serve through home repair or construction-based projects.

Join us at one of our new sites or one of our YouthWorks sites throughout North America.

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