Dominican Republic, September 27-30

All Help One Now Trips are built to connect our partners to the communities we serve through the building of relationships with local leaders, experiencing the beauty and adventure each country holds, and participating in intentional guided times of rest and reflection. We want you to return home from these trips with a renewed heart, mind, and soul, as well as a vision and passion for how we can work together to do good around the world!

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Trip Schedule

Monday | 9/27

Arrive in Santiago

Meet local leader Rod Davis, hear his story and vision for family empowerment

Dinner and intro to trip meeting at guesthouse.

Get to know Help One Now and our work in country, layout schedule for the week

Tuesday | 9/28

Morning reflection time

Tour Help One Now partner schools and hear about education empowerment

Meet families who have been empowered through the Family Business Program

Dinner at traditional Mofongo restaurant

Wednesday | 9/29

Morning reflection time

Head to Santo Domingo

Lunch and shopping in Zona Colonial historic district

Free time at beach

Dinner and debrief at Casa Hemingway Hotel

Thursday | 9/30

Breakfast together

Morning reflection time

Free time at beach

Team travels home from Santo Domingo


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Updates on COVID-19

Due to Covid-19 restrictions and risks, we will be taking several precautions to ensure the safety of every traveler and the communities we will visit. While cases are lower in these communities, we will take every caution necessary to prevent the potential of carrying the virus during travel. Here are some precautions that will be required of all travelers:

  • Each traveler is recommended to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and carry with them their proof of vaccination
  • Each traveler will be required to take a Covid-19 test once in-country for their return to the U.S. 
  • Each traveler will be asked to self quarantine at home as much as possible before the trip
  • Each traveler will be required to carry with them a face covering. This will be worn at all times while visiting with leaders and their communities, as well as during international travel