Expeditions

 HOPE PROJECTS is a unique humanitarian outreach foundation where you can make an individual impact. Volunteers pay their own way to work side by side with indigenous villagers in one of the most impoverished areas of the world, answering requests for sustainable, life-saving projects. These include building schools; establishing small-scale enterprises to increase family income; constructing wells and reservoirs for clean water; developing family gardens for improved nutrition; constructing health clinics; providing primary health care training; and providing medical and dental services.

 Expedition participants must be a donor of one of our Hope Projects. Those who go on one of our expeditions find it a life-altering experience as they help the poor help themselves. Participants transcend political, cultural and language boundaries. They become partners in progress-sharing the power within themselves to create hope for others. They don't build schools or water systems; the villagers do. The work expeditions are only designed to give the locals a boost. HOPE PROJECTS provides materials and encouragement to a people who have been written off by society. Giving other persons a hope for the future is an experience that fills the soul.

Come help us give hope.
Join us on our next expedition and experience the pure joy of helping lift the spirit within.

Expeditions

Title Full Starts On Ends On Price  
High Andes Expedition No Jun 15th, 2018 Jun 22nd, 2018 $2,500.00 Read More
Machu Picchu Ruin No Jun 20th, 2018 Jun 20th, 2018 $500.00 Read More

*All attendees must be a Hope Projects donor or have purchased a Hope Project. Projects range from $25 dollars to $10,000 or more. Hope Project Expeditions are IRS approved tax deductible. The non-refundable deposit of $1,000 should be mailed directly to Hope Projects by March 15, 2017. Payment in full must be received by April 15, 2017.

**Side Trips are not tax deductible.

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