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Habitat For Humanity of Snohomish County
Seeks Adventurous Souls To Go To Honduras

February 09, 2018




Photo: Habitat For Humanity
Chronicle staff

(LYNNWOOD, WA.) – We know what you’ve been saying to yourself lately. You’ve been saying, “Self. I’m searching for an unforgettable, challenging way to travel and volunteer for a great cause at the same time. Is there anything out there that combines all those elements?"

It just so happens, there is.

Why not consider joining Habitat For Humanity of Snohomish County for a 10-day building trip in Honduras from August 18 to 26.

Once there, you’ll provide hands-on help for Hondurans in need while developing relationships that transcend cultural and language barriers. For many, such a trip is a life-changing experience.

This Honduran Habitat team will consist of 20 people of all ages from Snohomish County. The team will stay and work in Gracias Lempira, described as a “safe and beautiful part of Honduras,” in a statement from HH.

And what will you do there? You may be mixing cement by hand, digging trenches for foundations, moving piles of cinder block, or laying blocks to build walls.

In addition to building, the team will also take time to get to know the surrounding area and participate in cultural activities.

Habitat’s statement on the trip says Honduras was chosen for this summer helping hand, “Because 68.2 percent of the population lives in poverty, of which 44.6 percent reside in extremely poor areas..”

Close to 40% of households in the country don’t have electricity and 14 percent don’t have water and sanitation systems. The work that Habitat for Humanity and its volunteers accomplish on these trips helps alleviate those pressing human needs.

You’re invited to attend Habitat’s upcoming informational meeting on the trip. It’ll take place Monday, Feb. 12 at 6 pm at Habitat's Lynnwood Office located at 16929 Highway 99.

You can find out more about Habitat’s Global Village program here.

Questions? Contact the Global Village Trip Leader at 425-405-7156.
























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