• Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

  • Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

  • Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

  • Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

  • Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

  • Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

  • Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina - North Carolina  - Mission Finder

Group Week of Hope Charleston, South Carolina

Located along the beautiful Atlantic coastline, Charleston, South Carolina, is known for its rich blend of history, faith, and scenery. Sites such as Rainbow Row and the Charleston Battery are breathtaking and memorable. Some places have even appeared in the films The Notebook and The Patriot.

Not far away you’ll find North Charleston, a fast-paced and growing community with many things to see and do. The city is known for its historical plantations, gardens, and parks, as well as some of the country’s finest cultural events.

But just as importantly, the community is the proud home to numerous churches and organizations that are intertwined with city life and share a passion for making a difference in people’s lives. You’ll be inspired as you hear the stories and meet the people who serve in these amazing organizations that are helping orphans, assisting teen moms, providing resources to under-served families, or using basketball to reach at-risk kids.

For ages 12+

Where

Make sure to try the fresh seafood, fried alligator, or some famous southern BBQ! It’s also highly recommended to head to Kaminsky’s for some great dessert.

Additionally, there are many ways to explore Charleston’s rich history, including the historic city market, boat tours, plantation tours, and of course the beautiful beaches. Located just 20 minutes away, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, and Kiawah are some local favorites with great surf and shops to check out.

Also close by is Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark and Wannamaker County Park, a park with sprinklers to play in, large fields and picnic areas, and bike and paddle boat rentals.

For groups wanting to do some unique team building, there is a high and low ropes challenge course in Charleston called Wild Blue Ropes Adventure Park. They offer a three hour team building program; this is one hour of team building exercises on the ground and two hours spent on their 72 element high and low ropes challenge course. They give our participants a big discount at $25 per person.

When

Trips for Senior High (12+)

Jun 16 2019 to Jun 21 2019
Jun 23 2019 to Jun 28 2019
Jun 30 2019 to Jul 05 2019
Jul 07 2019 to Jul 12 2019
Jul 14 2019 to Jul 19 2019
Jul 21 2019 to Jul 26 2019
Jul 28 2019 to Aug 02 2019

Skills

Your participants will provide home repairs at no cost for elderly, disabled, and disadvantaged people who need your help. Work crews typically serve the same resident for the entire trip, creating an environment where meaningful relationships develop.

Most projects are designed to be completed during the trip, allowing your group to experience the satisfaction of a job well done. You’ll serve the needs of others through projects like interior and exterior painting, building or repairing porches and wheelchair ramps, building or repairing steps, weatherization and other home repairs. No skills are needed!

What We Will Do

How You’ll Serve

As your team members enter into the lives of others and build relationships with the people of Charleston, they’ll experience God working through them at projects such as these:

  • Assist the Activities Department in a skilled nursing center and participate in activities and social interactions with residents. They love to hear your stories and share their stories with you!
  • Help lead and present a VBS style kids day camp. You will lead games, Bible lessons, memory verses, and any other activities for a kids camp age K-5th grade. There may be other opportunities to serve the housing communities after the camp around the grounds.
  • Help at a summer camp for neighborhood kids by organizing and implementing sports, activities, active play, songs and movement, and games.
  • Brighten up the day for senior residents at an assisted living center–participate in scheduled interactive activities with geriatric residents who are in Long Term Care– they love music!
  • Assist senior citizens with yard work and chores around their home that they cannot complete themselves.
  • Help local children with their reading, writing and math skills. You will also get to lead games and other recreation activities.

 

Our Partners

Our Local Coordinator in Charleston maintains connections year-round with the organizations we serve so our service and relationships are sustainable.

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Contact: Trip Advisor
Organization: Group Mission Trips
Phone: 844-258-9616
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Address:
760 Whalers Way
Bldg C, Suite 200
Fort Collins CO80525
USA

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