Volunteer Trip to NPH Mexico - Feb 2017
Come on a trip of a lifetime!
July 20, 2016 - New Zealand
|Aidee enjoying hanging out with the kids!|
Want to make a difference? We are excited to announce a volunteer trip to NPH Mexico from the 24th of February 2017.
We'd love to invite you along on this trip of a lifetime, where you will immerse yourself in a different culture, helping kids who have been abandoned, abused or orphaned.
We welcome people with all backgrounds and skills to apply, as there are so many different ways we can help our children.
Volunteer activities include maintenance projects, workshops with the kids and teaching English.
In the past we’ve had volunteers do photography, music, sewing and yoga workshops with the kids. Whatever your interest is, we are sure to find a special project where you can help out.
Kiwi volunteers, Aidee Walker and Talor Wikohika have recently returned from NPH Mexico where they had an amazing time with the kids.
Aidee and Talor enjoyed teaching English to the high school students. Talor was able to share his Maori culture with the kids, by teaching them the haka, and how to hongi. The kids absolutely loved the gifts that Aidee and Talor brought – tikis, which they proudly wore around their necks.
Aidee has volunteered at three NPH homes – Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Peru. She is enthusiastic about the work that NPH does with the kids, and recommends that you see this for yourself.
NPH New Zealand’s Director, Loren O’Sullivan will be running this trip to NPH Mexico. She looks forward to being the interpreter for the group, making sure that the kids and volunteers get the most out of this amazing experience.
Loren herself was a volunteer for two years at the NPH home in Honduras. After the volunteer trip in Mexico she will be returning to her NPH family in Honduras for a week. She invites the volunteers to join her for this trip, to continue their wonderful volunteer experience.
Other travel options are also available.
Spaces are limited. So don’t miss out!
If you’re interested in finding out more, please contact Loren O’Sullivan at [email protected]