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WT Honduras Metal bed construction
Work/Medical trip in: Honduras
Dates: 03/15/2019 - 03/23/2019
Summary: UPDATE: We are considering setting up a bed making factory right in Myrtle Beach SC for this project. We'll be using a local warehouse to cut, assemble, weld, grind and paint all 120 bunk beds. Over 22,000 pounds of steel will enter this project so a lot of people are going to be needed. No housing is included but we do ask for $15 per day to help out with morning and noon meals. You can bring your own equipment such as wire-feed welders, helmets, gloves, grinders, ext cords, paint brushes, sprayers, wiping rags, etc. Write or call for more details. One week of full projection!!!! Sign up ASAP on this one.
The property is only a few years old and 120 metal bunk beds needed to furnish the 10 dorms. Fabrication of the beds is necessary from the design, metal cutting, welding, sanding, painting and assemble. Are you a welder? Can you work with steel? Can you paint? If you answered no these questions we can teach you. So are you ready to go? This team needs you!
There could also be work on the dorm ceilings and the mini golf course depending on the size of the team going.
Strategy: Campers need places to sleep and you say "you already knew that." They have wooden beds but they just don't hold up to the camper activity or better said to the excitement of so many youth... if you understand what we mean. The new metal beds will replace the household beds that are falling apart and make for better sleeping condition.
Travel: You'll fly into Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras. The camp is about 1 hour from the city. Use this airport to figure your flights to Honduras: Aeropuerto Internacional Toncotin
Housing: Housing will be at the camp in the dorms.
Transportation: WOL Honduras has their own buses for large groups.
Food: Your meals will be prepared by the WOL staff and you'll eat very well. The fresh fruit and fellowship will make the meal times pass by quickly.
Visa: You will need a valid passport to enter the country.
What to Bring: A list of items will be sent to you when the trip is organized. For this trip we'll be taking along welding equipment of all types.
Dress Code: Temps are cool at the property as is about 4,000 feet above sea level. You may work in long pants or shorts but remember to dress in layers for the cooler morning and evenings. Beside, working with steel you'll be best to wear jeans.
Qualifications: These projects are designed for everyone to attend. A love for the Lord to serve and a willingness to be blessed are what we are looking for. If you can do these things, you qualify!
Financial Information: The trip price noted here is for our international trip to Honduras. I we do this in SC the 8 day trip to SC is $150 and covers the cost of breakfast and noon meals and some work funds. No housing or other expenses are included.
International trip cost covers: food, lodging, transportation, background check and travel insurance plus
$125 work funds, $80 host cost, $40 Transportation per trip and $30 Housing per trip
Contact Information: Ron Morton RonMorton@wol.org 419-562-7758 Ron Morton http://www.pdvhonduras.org/en/welcome.html
Other Information: There is so much that can be done at the camp and all skills and talents are needed. There is room for your entire family to go along. Work trips are great opportunities for grandparents to introduce their grand children to missions.