Honduras Mission Trip

Habitat Wake’s next mission trip to Honduras will be held March 4-12, 2017.


Honduras Trip Highlights

      •  Help a family improve their health and quality of life.
      •  Learn new skills and work with others with a heart for service.
    •  Explore the local community and enjoy cultural activities.



If you are interested in participating, contact Pam Stewart at or Gloria Johnson at

Program Cost

The cost of the program is estimated at $1000 (this does not include airfare, required visas, or immunizations.) This cost does include accommodations, meals, in-country transportation and medical insurance, as well as an important donation to Habitat for Humanity to help build safe housing. Participants pay for their air transportation to San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and flight information will be provided. You can raise funds to help cover the trip costs or to support our work in Cambodia! Create your own page here.


Saturday: Arrive in Honduras. Enjoy your first dinner in-country as a team
Sunday: Tour the community or cultural activity (TBD)
Monday-Thursday: Build each day from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; free time or team activities in the evenings
Friday: Complete construction, then enjoy a farewell celebration with the community. Travel to Copan for a weekend of cultural activities.
Saturday: Visit Copan Ruins and surrounding area
Sunday: Continue your trip independently or depart for home

Accomodations and Meals

Our team will stay in a hotel in Santa Rosa de Copan with two to four people per room. Breakfast is served at the hotel, lunch is eaten on the work site, and dinner is taken at a variety of local restaurants.

Tasks on the Work Site

Mission trip team members may work in all stages of construction, from digging foundations to painting houses. Responsibilities will likely include carrying bricks, mixing cement or adobe, compacting dirt, or moving materials and other tasks as assigned by the construction supervisor. Team members will work in all stages of construction. No prior construction experience needed.

For a printable document about our work in Honduras, click here.