The kids you meet could change your life forever

join the "go give yum" team ,this spring or summer!

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2018

honduras

Yum Trips

Spring: March 31-April 7 (team full)

Summer: June 23-29

This year, join the “Go Give Yum” team on a Rice Bowls trip to Honduras. You'll have the opportunity to visit and serve with some awesome kids at our partner children's home in Zamorano. Come with us on this exclusive trip limited to 20 people.

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what you’ll do...

  • Spend the week with 95 orphaned children and stay at the home’s on-site guest house
  • Complete a much-needed service project at the orphanage.
  • Play, interact, and love on children in a beautiful farm setting.
  • Visit a coffee farm & shop at a local market
  • Deliver supplies & encouragement to a mountain village.

cost $1995

This cost covers all of your expenses, plus supplies and food to feed orphaned children in Honduras!  We’ll help you with some great fundraising tools and ideas!

Apply

Trip team leaders

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Johnny Ramantanin

John has had a heart for missions for over 25 years. The call on his life is to serve the poor and to be a servant to others who are serving the poor.

He has traveled to the places like the Philippines, India, Haiti, Central America and four African nations.

John is our team captain. He’s worked with orphanages for over 23 years and has a giftedness to "get stuff done,” whether that means playing with children or completing a service project, or guiding groups on trips. He can’t wait to introduce you to our amazing kids!

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Corinna Bailey

Corinna has been around children all her life, raising four kids of her own and now in her next phase as a grandmother. So, naturally, her heart beats for children. Corinna has led groups throughout her career - everything from coordinating local missions projects, to children’s programs, to leading overseas teams to an orphanage in Mexico. She was also named Greenville County Human Relations Volunteer of the Year. As you might can tell, she’s pretty gifted when it comes to leading volunteers. If she gets the chance, she may even share one of her other gifts with you and the kiddos in Honduras - baking cookies!