Guatemala ’ 13
Max Crew #: 5/site/week Ages: All ages
Purpose: To learn about, build relationships with, and serve humanitarian needs of children living in extreme poverty in Guatemala; to support the ministries that serve them by delivering clothes, shoes, and other humanitarian aid supplies; to document children for sponsorship and to share orphans’ needs with communities of faith, family, and friends back in the USA with the hope of continuing support through Child sponsorships, financial aid, and needs-list donations.
Humanitarian  Aid  crew
team  Requirements:
Servant hearted 
Flexible to plans changing
Team player
Spanish language not needed
Potential  mission  projects
Distribute shoes, clothes, hygiene supplies, school supplies, and other humanitarian aid supplies to children and families in need 
Document children for U.S. sponsorship by collecting child biographies, family histories, & digital photos
Assist other Mission Crews as needed

Collect Donations:  Gently-used shoes, clothes, blankets, etc.(see Donations List at bottom of forms page)
Personal photo albums to share with children & staff

Humanitarian Aid Crew

Designed for families, seniors, and young & old alike, this crew will have an opportunity to serve and share time with some of the poorest in each community - particularly women and children.

Our Humanitarian Aid Crew may be involved with several projects to help the poorest children and their families to fulfill some of the greatest needs of our Mission Sites.  Depending on our crew’s abilities, possible Humanitarian Aid projects may include:   Distributing shoes, clothes, toiletries, health kits, and school supplies, teaching hygiene and dental care classes, updating Child Sponsorship Programs and possibly distributing water filters to families in need.  Potential mission projects at each site may change as needed.

This crew will also aid the other Mission Crews as needs arise.  Potential mission projects at each site, and mission supplies may change as needed.  Some supplies will be collected by team members prior to the trip while others will be provided by other sources. 

For more information, visit the FAQs page.  For photos and more information about this crew, please visit the previous blogs and watch our documentary.