Coming on mission with us is about enabling change, building hope and making a difference, one life at a time. Together, we’ll work with local communities to help build, renovate and decorate houses, schools and hospitals. The difference you will make to these communities in your two weeks is life-changing. And the change that will happen in you as a result needs to be experienced to be believed.
This has been the experience of a lifetime. Never again will I spend 2 weeks on a beach.
When travelling with Mission direct there is peace of mind that all of the little details are taken care of. Your trip contribution includes the following:
Return flights and in-country transfers
Insurance and Visas
Main meals & bottled water
We hold an orientation day in the UK prior to your trip to help you feel fully prepared. Lunch and refreshments are provided. Make this date a priority, you won’t regret it!
Learn about the project
Meet your team
Hear others experiences
Find out what to take
Bring Family or a Friend
Once you’ve reserved your space on a team, you’ll receive a further information sheet and handbook which will give you detailed information about all aspects of your trip. Because every trip is different, itineraries vary; Your orientation day will discuss details specific to your trip.
Generally each morning up until lunch time will be spent on the building site (for those teams on building projects).
After lunch you will visit and support other local community projects, such as feeding programmes, street children outreach, rescue centres, orphanages, schools, clinics, home visits etc.
The end of the trip then sees some rest and relaxation time for you to unwind and reflect, which will include some excursions.
Mission Direct runs a debrief day after all the project teams have returned home. We want to help you reflect on how the trip has affected you and how you can make sure those two weeks make a lasting difference on the rest of your life.
Reunite with friends
Get updates on the impact you’ve had
See videos and photos