June 2, 2015

Volunteer Trips

Pledge to Humanity is proud to organize and send groups of volunteers around the globe! PTH groups have travelled to Kenya, Haiti, Mexico, India, and more. Check out the videos, photos, and itineraries from a few our amazing trips! Be sure to contact us for more information.

Trip to India 2015

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Trip to Mexico 2015
Mexico Trip Itinerary

Open Arms is a wonderful organization that Pledge to Humanity has had the pleasure of sending our volunteers to work alongside in their efforts in positively effect change in Mexico. Although this trip is a shorter than other PTH trips (four days), it is a great introductory volunteer trip for people of all ages and it enables the group to learn more about those in need. While in Mexico, the group works Open Arms projects and in the community. The group is able to reflect on what they experienced each day and how it has opened their eyes to different cultures and beliefs.

Trip to Kenya 2014

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Kenya Trip Itinerary | SEE MORE PICTURES

While in Kenya for almost two weeks, the PTH group works with an organization called Me to We. Through Me to We, the group works on a building project for the village and learns about Free the Children’s (Me to We’s brother organization) five pillars: Education, Health, Clean Water and Sanitation, Alternative Income and Livelihood, and Agriculture and Food Security. By visiting schools and participating in culture customs, the group is able to gain insight on this country and the needs of this village and other villages.

Trip to India 2013

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India Trip Itinerary | SEE MORE PICTURES

During our 12 days in India, the group fully immerses themselves in the Indian culture and villages. When first arriving in India, the group learns about the community it will be serving and the different services it needs, such as developmental projects in education and water sanitation. Working on school building, tree planting and/or building restoration provides the group insight on the community and its needs. During down time, the group learns about the Indian culture, including yoga, traditional dance, and henna.