WHAT TO EXPECT
When Volunteering at Hope Haven Rwanda
Total Immersion, immersing you in Hope Haven’s community development program, established in Murindi, Rwanda, just 20 minutes from Kigali International Airport
Personal Strengths, utilizing your strengths to continue and improve Hope Haven Rwanda’s ministry within the community.
Creating new self-sustaining projects, sustaining current projects or creating and building a new self-sustainability project within our organization.
Personal Development, granting you the opportunity to grow personally and spiritually as you serve in a foreign environment.
Life of Service, inspiring you to demonstrate a life of service and love.
The typical day
Of a Volunteer
Breakfast and Morning Assembly (Mondays and Fridays)
Group Devotions & Prayer
Porridge with Students
Team Activity & Preparation Time
Lunch with the Students, Staff, and Faculty
Community Outreach Activity
Reflection Time & Journaling
Free Time & Fire Pit Hangout
All mission trips require a volunteer application, background check screening and required fees.
Lodging and MEALS
At Hope Haven Rwanda
Our Dormitory housing offers six spacious rooms with bunk beds, six guests per room. There is a men’s bath area and women’s bath area. Each bathroom includes three toilets, three sinks and three showers.
Three meals per day at Hope Haven are included. Most of our food is grown on our own land or throughout the community. This will be a “local” type meal. Meals outside Hope Haven are excluded.
Fees are $50 per person per night.
Per person fees cover ground transportation to/from the Hope Haven Rwanda campus, food, lodging, security, wireless internet, translators, and other additional expenses while on campus.
Trip fees DO NOT cover airline tickets, a $50 Rwanda Visa fee, dining off campus or spending money.