In 2020, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is continuing its commitment to building cross-cultural relationships through its Global Village Trip Program.
This year, you can join us to make a lasting impact building homes in Nepal and Guatemala! These life-changing week-long cultural experiences allow you to address real challenges while immersing yourself in unique international communities.
Join our longtime partner Habitat Nepal in its Heritage Build. Blessed with a rich diversity of cultures, religions and traditions, Nepal is also challenged by disaster and extreme poverty—with one in two Nepali living in substandard housing. Habitat Metro Denver staff will be among 100 volunteers from U.S. Habitat affiliates joining he Habitat Nepal Heritage Build to erect permanent, disaster-resilient housing for marginalized communities in the Eastern Iowlands of Tarai.
July 25th – August 6th
Guatemala is an amazing country steeped in Mayan culture, beautiful landscapes and kind people. It also faces many political and social challenges; more than 90 percent of rural Guatemalan families cook over an open fire inside the home and, as a result, more than 52% of Guatemalans suffer from respiratory disease. By joining this trip to Solola, Guatemala, you will build smokeless stoves and latrines alongside Habitat for Humanity Guatemala to help families save more than $700 a year in fuel costs. Apply Here!
Attend Our Info Session
Wednesday, March 4th
Habitat Main Office
3245 Eliot St.
Nepal: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Guatemala: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Contact Nicole StanekScott for more information.
Read About Our Global Village Trips!
"With a good kitchen my children will no longer get sick”
Read about the experience of staff and volunteers during their fall Global Village Trip to Jordan. This group from Habitat Metro Denver experienced a different way of life, but also saw the universal mission of Habitat for Humanity.
"It was a great relief when Habitat for Humanity came to announce that we now have drinking water."
Read about the experience of Habitat Denver Staff and AmeriCorps during their spring Global Village Trip to Cambodia. This group experienced a different way of life, but also saw the universal mission of Habitat for Humanity.
A group of Habitat Denver staff, board members and volunteers traveled to Nicaragua this February to help build a Habitat home for a deserving family.
A special Habitat for Humanity feature program that follows local volunteers to Haiti for the 2012 Carter Work Project. Footage also includes local Denver building efforts and plans for the 2013 Carter Work Project happening in Denver's Globeville neighborhood October 6-11.