The mission project to Puerto Rico is from December 15-20.
Where are we going to meet?
We will all meet at the San Juan airport at 3:00 pm. Please make sure to be there on time.
What airport should I arrive in Puerto Rico?
You should arrive at the San Juan airport. From there it is a 3 hours drive to Lares.
What is the deadline to sign up?
November 26 is the last day to sign up if space available. First come first served.
Where are we staying?
We are staying in the city of Lares. We will be sleeping at a lodging camp which will have plenty of space to sleep at. There is an option to take your own tent but it is not necessary. All volunteers will be sleeping in the same conference room. Bathroom facilities are available and showers will be build outside. Please take your own bedding such as sleeping bag or blankets.
What is the cost for the project?
$350 covers everything from the time you arrive until you leave except for any personal expenses and excursion. During the project all your food, local transportation, a t-shirt, sleeping arragements, bottle water, and medical travel insurance is covered. Please have in mind your flight is not included. The payment is non-refundable but can be transferable to a friend or family.
Please mail payment to:
Prints of Hope International
PO BOX 278435
Miramar, FL 33027
Or if you desire to pay online please add 3% ($10.5) a total of $360.50. Due to credit card processing.
What can I do in the project?
If you are a medical professional – you will be working with the medical team. There is plenty of work for everyone to do from working with kids, construction, etc. The biggest part of the project will be the distribution and of the Dress A Child program and its children program.
What will the weather be like?
Lares sits in the mountains of PR making the town a much cooler place and pleasant place. We highly recommend taking a rain jacket.
What type of clothing should I wear?
For workdays please use boots or any hiking confortable shoes, long pants (this will help to avoid any cuts in construction or with brushes while visiting the remote areas), light gear, a sweater or two, rain jacket, light long sleeve shirts, and any other item you feel necessary. Please be conscious of cultural sensitivity of the area – I’m sure you know what we mean.
Can I bring my own snacks?
Of course, feel free to bring anything you may want to kill your cravings.
What vaccines will I need?
We use the CDC recommendations, please visit CDC by this link: