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Volunteers, hope, rebuilding hope


The purpose of a Rebuilding Hope Missions programs is to provide individuals with an opportunity to step away from their daily routines and immerse themselves in an environment of service and offer hope to others. 


Our programs are designed to empower individuals and those that they serve. Service is a core tenant of Rebuilding Hope Missions, and it also plays a crucial role in society, especially when it involves providing housing, food, and clothing to those in need. While the recipients of these services undoubtedly benefit from the support they receive, it is important to recognize that the benefits of service extend far beyond the immediate impact on those being served.


Those who participate in our programs of service work often experience personal growth, a sense of fulfillment, and a deepened understanding of empathy and compassion. It has been proven time and time again that by actively helping others, individuals develop a greater appreciation for their own blessings and gain a broader perspective on life. Mahatma Gandhi said about service: "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."  Service not only addresses immediate needs but also fosters a sense of community and interconnectedness, creating a positive ripple effect that can inspire others to make a difference.


Work Types

Projects vary from housing repairs, debris cleanup, beach and waterway cleanup, feeding the homeless, general volunteering and visiting the sick to name a few.


Donations & Fundraising Costs

Rebuilding Hope relies on the support of our donors to develop regular scheduled programs and projects that anyone can participate in. We also can design a project that best reflects the passions of the group. Once our project coordinators develop a plan of action and provide a quote, the retreat group is responsible for helping support the cost of the project and costs associated with the retreat itself such as accommodations, ground transportation, excursions, and food.



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