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Deadlines

Feb 15, 2018
Trip Applications Due (Apply Online)

Upon 2 Weeks of Approval
• $250 Non-Refundable Deposit Due

Apr 1, 2018
Airfare Due

Jun 15, 2018
Balance Due

New St. Peters/Parish Episcopal trip

Thursday, July 19, 2018 to Tuesday, July 24, 2018
$1350 per person* + International Airfare**

[Mission Code: GU18-07WOW2]

About This Trip

This is an 6 Day / 5 Night mission trip to Guatemala.
This team will visit Community Care Center, Love the Child, Down Syndrome School, Hope and Future.


This team is open to WOW Dallas families (New St. Peters Church/Parish Episcopal.) This group will serve at several ministry sites WOW supports in Guatemala. The team will visit the Baby Home in Guatemala City, Ravine Community & Community Care Center, Down Syndrome School, and Hope and Future orphanage. They will spend their time helping with everyday tasks, orphanage improvements, teaching life skills, and building relationships with the kids.

About Guatemala

UNICEF estimates that are over 370,000 orphans in Guatemala. Many of these children come from families facing extreme poverty; 70 percent of people in Guatemala live below the poverty level. Orphan Outreach ministers in Guatemala by partnering with local orphanages, churches, and Christian schools for children in extreme poverty situations. We also make it a priority to come alongside the Guatemalan nationals and work with them as they serve their own people.

Team Leader

Tiffany Taylor Wines, Director of Marketing

Tiffany has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Texas Christian University and a Graduate Marketing Certificate from Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. She was a partner of a marketing firm for 12 years. In 1996 and 1998, she and her husband traveled to Russia for the adoption of their infant children. That journey caused her to dedicate herself to making a difference for many of the world''s orphan children that have no chance of a loving family. Since 1999, Tiffany has directed marketing for orphan ministries and led several mission trips each year. Tiffany and her daughter, Inna, are founding members of the auxiliary to Orphan Outreach called Women for Orphans Worldwide (WOW).

Elise Diaz, Volunteer Leader

Elise is the director of the ESL department at Staley Middle school where she serves as an advocate for many students. She lived as a missionary in Honduras for 5 years while serving the needs of children and families in the garbage dump. She also served as a young adult pastor for 4 years at Washington Cathedral. She has Masters in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Studies. Elise loves spending time with her family - Rey, Elijah, and Isabela. She is loves central america and is fluent in spanish. And she is much smarter than her husband Dr. Rey.

Joyce Rogge, Volunteer Trip Leader & Board Member

Joyce serves on the board for Orphan Outreach and is the past President and a founding member of the Orphan Outreach auxiliary WOW (Women for Orphans Worldwide). Joyce also served as the President of the Heart of Dallas chapter of National Charity League (NCL). She is an active volunteer at Parish Episcopal School. Joyce is the past Senior VP of Marketing for Southwest Airlines where she was responsible for all of Southwest''s revenue management, southwest.com, Rapid Rewards loyalty program and the national advertising programs in all media, including television, radio, newsprint, billboards and the internet. In addition, she served on the Southwest Executive Planning Committee, the most senior management group at Southwest. Joyce resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband, Bill Rogge. She has a stepson Dan and two daughters, Abbey and Jodie. Joyce, Abbey and Jodie enjoy traveling together to serve in the orphanages in Guatemala. Joyce was born in Ohio, attended schools in Richardson, Texas and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in 1981. She started her career in New York before moving to Dallas and working for Southwest.

Accommodations

The team will stay in hotels close to the ministry sites. The land cost is based on double-occupancy rooms with bathrooms. If you would like to have your own room, there will be an additional cost and please email missions@orphanoutreach.org.

Trip Itinerary

This itinerary is subject to change.
Thursday, July 19 — Travel to Guatemala/Orientation
Friday, July 20 — Ministry in Antigua area
Saturday, July 21 — Ministry in Antigua area
Sunday, July 22 — Ministry in Antigua area
Monday, July 23 — Ministry in Antigua area
Tuesday, July 24 — Travel Home

Trip Cost

$1350 per person* + International Airfare**

Total trip cost includes an estimated land cost of $1350* plus approximately $650 for international and domestic airfare between the USA and Guatemala. Land cost of $1350 is all-inclusive: all meals, lodging, in-country transportation, insurance, interpreters, bottled water, sightseeing, etc.

* The estimated land cost is subject to change based on changes in the total number of trip participants, trip itinerary or length of trip.
**Orphan Outreach arranges all air travel. Costs confirmed at time of booking.

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Orphan Outreach Mission Trip Baggage Policy

All mission trip participants are responsible for the cost of their checked baggage. When traveling internationally, most airlines allow passengers to carry two checked bags at 50 pounds maximum. The cost of checked baggage depends on where you are traveling and your status with the airline. For the most up to date baggage allowances and fees, please check with each airline you are traveling on.

Occasionally we may ask trip participants to carry humanitarian aid and items needed for ministry in country. To save the cost of having to pay for the second bag on the return flight home, you can stuff a bag inside your other bag. Please ask before leaving behind a bag in your country of service.