Each Thursday we will be posting information about the Mission Trip to Cambodia with Steps of Justice and Mission Adventures New Zealand. We are so excited to be offering the June 18-27 trip as it is going to be a very unique time. We will be in Cambodia representing 4 nations. Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand (not in any order of importance, we promise eh!). We are planning the trip for those of you 18 and over, no experience necessary.
Last year we spent time in Cambodia with our good friends Wade and Erica from New Zealand. The trip went so well that we are going to make it an anual thing where we partner together for a life changing time in Cambodia. Steps of Justice will be setting up all the local ministries that we are partnering with, such as Hagar, Daughters, World VIsion, IJM, House of Rainbow love and the Children at Risk Ministry. We will also be building a house for a family who is living in desperate poverty. You can read more about this on our last post.
We are only able to bring 25 people with in June so if you are interested here is some information you will need.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
18 – 27 June 2012
$750 including ground fees + flights
Ground fees include meals, accommodation, transportation, visas, city tour, staff and outreach supplies.
1. Fill out an application form (you can either print one here or fill out our online form, both are the same), and send it in along with a $75 USD application fee to confirm your place in the team to : 2106 N. 88th, Seattle, WA 98103
2. Book your own flights to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, or get in touch with our snazzy travel agent Carol for assistance. You will need to arrive in Cambodia on Sunday 17 June / morning of Monday 18 June, and depart on Thursday 28 June unless prior arraignments are made.
3. Print an authorisation form, fill it out and post it back to us.
4. The $675 USD balance of your fees is due no later than 10 May, 2012.
For more information:
Please download the 2012 Cambodia Outreach Manual…
Looking forward to having you with us, please contact Phil Cunningham for more info.
Photo by Vanessa Hadford