Kenya | 2023 TBD
with The Kutoa Project
The trip of a lifetime
Kutoa Project is a non-profit working with at-risk Kenyan youth, fostering their development through therapeutic services and modeling God’s love. Their goal is to provide a safe environment where youth can come as they are and be restored through the power of Jesus Christ.
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Adventure & Service
Kutoa Project is a non-profit that works specifically with Kenyan youth and fostering their development through therapeutic services. We are a passionate group of individuals who desperately want to see children have an opportunity to heal from all past experiences. Our goal is that we provide a safe environment where youth can come as they are and be restored through the power of Jesus Christ. Our services include:
- Individual and group therapy
- Case management
- Bible studies
- Education to community leaders on trauma and working with youth
- Our future goal: a crisis center for individuals who need immediate medical or therapeutic care
Modesty is key. Men should wear pants & women capris, skirts, or dresses to church. When visiting the school or villages, please do not wear shorts, tank tops, or yoga pants.
The fee includes your transportation, hotel stay, food, and airfare.
Please visit this site to begin the passport process months in advance of your trip.
Any Wildman employee with their family members pending supervisor approval. The suggested age to bring children is between the ages of 10 and 12 or based on their desire and/or maturity level.
Wildman provides transportation via a bus or large van with the groups traveling together.
The group will put together a VBS program to do with the children in the homes we serve. We will enjoy playing volleyball, soccer, football, rugby, or sports activities during the day. We will enjoy serving with our partners if they have a need with their organization during our stay and participate in any events Kutoa Project is putting on during that time. Plan to perform home visits with our staff or kiddos, enjoy a safari, visit markets, and other tourist experiences. We will attend church and worship service together in the evenings.
The places we will travel are generally crime-free during the daylight hours. A few things to remember are to leave expensive and/or fancy jewelry at home, do not walk down the public streets carrying anything valuable in your hand (example: cell phone), and do not leave the hotel without reporting it to a team leaders. It is critical that you never travel alone, but in small groups to ensure your safety. Should conflict occur, please walk away politely while saying I’m sorry to resolve the situation quickly.
Please contact Audrey Russell, Human Resources Director at Wildman, with any mission trip related questions at 574-306-4646 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Depending on the group size, the team will either stay at a Guest House or a safe and secure Air Bed & Breakfast.
Tools to Help you Plan & Prepare
Registration Deadline: TBD
Have the conversations to get approval from leaders and key decision makers.
Attend Info Meeting
We have several information and planning meetings leading up to the trip. Come to one and learn more!
Reserve your spot
Register for your spot by calling Wildman Human Resources or by registering via the form below.
Are you ready for a trip you’ll never forget? We would love to have you come! Due to the limited number of spots, please complete the form below to reserve your spot.