Do you enjoy helping others? Do you like travel and adventure? Habitat Cape Cod is organizing a group of 12-15 volunteers to travel to Nayarit, Mexico from March 9th-17th to assist families in building safe and durable homes.
No experience, no problem!
Interested in learning more? Come to an information session at our office on Wednesday, December 5th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. (411 Main Street/6a, Yarmouth Port).
Hear from Global Village Trip Organizer, Tricia Vos, who has led 15 trips all over the world, and meet others who have taken previous trips and are signed up for this one.
This is also a chance to learn more about the work we do locally. So invite a friend!
There will be light refreshments and plenty of time for questions.
If you are planning to attend the info session, PLEASE RSVP via email to Tara@habitatcapecod.org or feel free to reach out if you have more questions.
Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod is forming a team trip to Nayarit, Mexico from Saturday, March 9th to Sunday, March 17th. Volunteers will assist a family in constructing a home and learn more about the community and culture of Mexico.
The 2019 Trip is being led by Tricia Vos, who has led 15 Global Village Trips all over the world and is certified by Habitat International.
Trip goers/volunteers must be age 16 and up. (If you are under 18, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.) We expect many volunteers of all ages and abilities, no construction experience is required and suitable tasks will be found at the build site for everyone.
The cost of the trip is $1,480. This fee qualifies as charitable donation to Habitat for Humanity Cape Cod and covers all necessary expenses (hotel, food, etc.) while in Mexico but does not include flights to/from the location. We can help you fundraise!
Can’t make the info night, but want to learn more? Email Tara@habitatcapecod.org!