Short-Term Mission Trips

When you join Hope Teams on a short-term mission trip, you gain a deeper understanding of God’s heart for the orphans and street children we serve in Honduras and Liberia.  Mission trips can forever impact your life and the lives of the children you meet.

Upcoming Mission Trips


  July 29-August 5, 2023



8 day/7 night trip to Didasko Children's Home just outside of Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

This team will be a VBS/Camp team serving the children of Didasko Children's Home.

The team will stay in accommodations onsite.

A Hope Teams staff member will lead this trip.

Estimated total trip cost:  $1,800-2,000*


Application and $300 trip application fee due by April 29, or until team is filled

50% total trip cost due by May 29

All trip costs due by June 29

Click here to apply for this trip

*estimated trip costs are subject to change based on airfare, number of trip participants, trip itinerary, etc. 

team fees

Fees vary by country and time of year. The current range is $1,800 - $2,100 for Honduras.

Team fees cover all travel, transportation, meals, lodging, team shirts, and travel insurance. 

Team members are responsible for all related expenses including, but not limited to:

  • Passport & visa fees
  • Immunizations
  • Personal supplies
  • Meals en-route
  • Baggage fees, etc.
  • VBS/Camp Teams

    HONDURAS: The Honduran youth love Vacation Bible School and look forward to having a team share Bible stories and play games. A trip to Didasko Children's Home will capture your heart for the children and the amazingly committed staff.

  • construction teams

    Over the years, Hope Teams has sent groups to build playgrounds, replace doors, and windows, build laundry facilities, dental clinics, dormitories, dining facilities, and even a barn! All of these were done with local laborers to improve the conditions that the orphans were living in. 

    Construction teams are always fun and always a challenge as we try learn to build things differently. The fellowship is fantastic with local laborers and the kids.