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Guyana Mission Trip

All of our trips are carefully coordinated and conducted by an experienced tour leader and, where necessary, a translator. You will see firsthand the heartbreaking conditions in which many of God’s children live, and then visit the various programs supported by Food For The Poor; from schools, orphanages, clinics and hospices to the hungry being fed at our feeding programs.

Meet the dedicated missionaries, see the deep faith of people who rely upon the Lord’s mercy, and your heart will be touched when you hug an orphan child or share a poor family’s excitement at having a real home for the very first time.

You’ll see how our generous donors in the U.S. make a real difference in the lives of the poor and why our work is so important to the missionaries who depend on us. Many donors find a deeper understanding of God’s grace as they come face-to-face with poverty in developing countries such Guyana.

Monday

  • Depart Miami Airport (mid-afternoon flight with layover in Trinidad)
  • Dinner served on flight
  • Arrive in Georgetown (late evening arrival)
  • Check in to hotel

Tuesday

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Elderly Home
  • School feeding program – serve lunch
  • Assist with school’s agriculture activities
  • Lunch
  • Angels of Hope Children’s Home
  • Dinner followed by a reflection meeting

Wednesday

  • Check out of hotel (early morning departure)
  • Essiquibo River ferry (pre-packed breakfast)
  • House building site (2 houses)
  • Lunch
  • Continue with building / painting activities
  • Check-in to hotel
  • Dinner followed by a reflection meeting

Thursday

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • House building site
  • Lunch
  • Finish construction, painting, bless the homes and present keys to the families
  • Dinner followed by a reflection meeting

Friday

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Check out and depart hotel
  • Pomeroon River - travel on small speed boats
  • Visit Amerindian village in need
  • Karawab Amerindian School – serve lunch and fun activities with the children
  • Lunch
  • Essiquibo River ferry back to Georgetown
  • Check-in to hotel
  • Dinner followed by reflection meeting

Saturday

  • Check out and depart hotel
  • Depart Georgetown (early morning flight with layover in Trinidad)
  • Arrive in Miami to catch connecting flights home

Send your non-refundable $100 deposit today.

Once you register, the Missions Department will contact you to confirm your participation and discuss further details. In the meantime if you have any questions, you may contact the Missions Department at (800) 568-8124 or email us at missions@foodforthepoor.com

(Itinerary subject to change)