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Perform & Serve

The Journey

Enjoy the St. Patricks Day Parade in Boston!

more to come

Quick Info

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RECOMMENDED FOR

Middle School Students
High School Students
College Students

JOURNEY COST

$TBD

*This includes all accommodations, food, work project materials and programming.

SERVICE PROJECTS

School/Education 50%
50%
Community Activities / Immersion 25%
25%
Historical Preservation 25%
25%

PAST PROJECTS

Serving Meals, Changing Hearts

SERVICE LEARNING ~ CHATTANOOGA, TN Cave crawling, hiking, and helping prepare over 700 meals at Thanksgiving time! This wonderful serve team engaged in meaningful project ...

Serving and Learning in the Nations Capital

SERVICE LEARNING ~ WASHINGTON, DC In it’s fourth year, St. John’s Academy has traveled with us for both their Thanksgiving and their spring breaks. This year we ...

Reforestation Efforts Support a Local Family

SERVICE MISSION ~ COSTA RICA What happens when you bring a group of serving hearts together from Kansas, Georgia and Texas? Amazing things! A group ...

Making the Classroom Come Alive

SERVICE LEARNING ~ COSTA RICA This special team of students joined in many engaged learning activities while they studied and earned 2 credit hours. A ...

Exploration in Service

SERVICE LEARNING ~ KEY LARGO, FL During this Journey a group of middle school student engaged in exploring the Florida Keys while making a difference! ...

2100 Square Feet of Tongue and Groove

SERVICE ADVENTURE ~ WEAVERVILLE, NC On this winter Service Mission, a small team of 12 accomplished a huge service project! They renovated and replaced over ...

All Walks of Life Serve Together

SERVICE ADVENTURE ~ COSTA RICA A group of 22 people, with a variety of backgrounds, traveled to Costa Rica to serve and play for a ...

Computers, Soccer & The Bible!

SERVICE MISSION ~ COSTA RICA An amazing team of 6 people headed to Santa Theresa to create and engage in a serving week that they ...

Leaving a Legacy over Spring Break!

SERVICE ADVENTURE ~ COSTA RICA A student and faculty team from Georgia College decided to leave a legacy over spring break. This fun-spirited team painted ...

Kitchen Camp-n-Serve

SERVICE MISSION ~ OCALA, FL This is an all-time favorite Service Journey! We go to Southwind every fall. On this trip team members support an ...

Changing Hearts and Replacing Walls

SERVICE MISSION ~ JASPER, GA What a super way to spend Valentine’s week! This team showed a lot of love to our partner camp in ...

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

Port City Bike Tours

Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center

Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center, Inc. is a 29 year old independent nonprofit organization with a mission to partner with families experiencing homelessness to achieve self-sufficiency. Exclusive to families, Hildebrand began as an outgrowth of a social action ministry of the St. Paul AME Church in Cambridge. The organization is named after the regional bishop, Rev. Richard Allen Hildebrand, who authorized the rehabilitation of St. Paul’s former parsonage for use as a shelter for homeless families. Today, Hildebrand, one of Massachusetts’s largest providers of emergency shelter for homeless families, supports 306 families in shelter and our stabilization program, and also operates permanent housing on a $6.4 million budget with a staff of over 65 employees. Its housing portfolio includes seventy-three (73) scattered site apartments, five (5) congregate living programs, and three (3) permanent housing complexes throughout the Metro Boston area, including Cambridge, Chelsea, Dorchester, East Boston, Hyde Park, Mattapan, Revere, Roxbury, and Quincy. Hildebrand’s value lies in its ability to build strong relationships with families leveraged by strategic public and private partnerships that enable it to provide enhanced services and support. Some partnerships include the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), Horizons for Homeless Children, Cradles to Crayons, Novartis, Community Servings and most recently, Food for Free. Hildebrand, an organization that accounts for half of the homeless families sheltered in Cambridge, is also a part of the city’s Cambridge Continuum of Care, addressing the issue of homelessness.

The Greater Boston Food Bank

Through the compassion and commitment of our supporters, staff, partners and volunteers, The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) takes a bold, innovative and multi-pronged approach to achieve our mission to end hunger here.

GBFB is the largest hunger-relief organization in New England and among the largest food banks in the country. Last year, we distributed 60.7 million pounds of nutritious food to people who struggle to have enough to eat. We are committed to increasing our food distribution to provide at least one meal a day to every person in need in Eastern Massachusetts while supporting healthy lives and healthy communities. Our progress toward this goal is documented by town on our interactive map.

The Greater Boston Food Bank is a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization.

Logistics

ACCOMMODATIONS

Lodging can vary from bunk-style to hotel rooms.

TRANSPORTATION

As needed, flights and/or buses will be arranged for your group.

WHAT TO BRING

Comfortable Shoes

Water Bottles

Appropriate attire for weather

DAILY SCHEDULE

Arrival Day

4:00pm – Team Meeting
6:00pm – Dinner, review of Journey
* Schedule is created based on the size of your Journey and the type of Journey.
* All journeys and schedules are customized based on the location and type of Journey.

Day 1, 2, 3 - Community Serve Days

8:00am – Breakfast
9:00am – depart or arrive at Serve Location
12:30pm – break for lunch
1:00pm – continue on local Serve projects
4:30pm – head back to base hotel/camp
6:00pm – Team dinner and relax time

Day 4,5,6 - Adventure, Explore Day, Departure

Day 4 will depend on the Journey.  Day 5 & 6 will either be an additional Serve, Adventure, or a Departure Day.

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