Volunteers Experience Life Impact in Ecuador

Volunteers Experience Life Impact in Ecuador

Every short-term team has a unique experience based on the country, culture and timing of its trip. This bit of serendipity is one of the reasons why joining a team is so rewarding. Team members think they are traveling with a specific agenda to help others, but often...
Homebuilders Reunite with Quito Family

Homebuilders Reunite with Quito Family

Four years ago, volunteers from Bridge Church, Easton, PA, traveled to Quito, Ecuador to help build a home for a family who gleans its existence from the trash at the Quito Dump. After many hours of work, the home was completed and one family of recyclers had a new...
Belwop Kids Wreck the Hearts of Volunteers

Belwop Kids Wreck the Hearts of Volunteers

“Every human should be able to sleep on a mattress.” – Travis Clark Would you travel 9,500 miles – each way – at your own expense – to have your heart wrecked by some orphans? That’s what happened to eight volunteers from Canvas, a San Francisco-area church, when a...

Helping Dump Families Thrive One Home at a Time

By Tim Fausch, ER Communications Director “We used to pray to God that he wouldn’t send the rain because we had a dirt floor. Rain was our biggest fear.” It’s bad enough being dirt poor, but when even the dirt turns against you, you’ve reached the bottom. That was the...

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