Southern Oregon

August 15-29, 2020 | Medford, Oregon
 

Thank you for your interest in joining Helping Hands International on our next service project to Medford, Oregon!  Below is an overview of the trip, including important information like costs, dates, detailed list of activities and Team Leader information.  Please contact us if you have any questions!

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About the Project

In 2020, we are planning to build an outdoor activities area, adjacent to a local Salvation Army facility, equipped with an amphitheater, outdoor eating space and possibly a volleyball or basketball court.  We are pleased to have Tim Plankenhorn, Helping Hands International Program Director, leading this year’s service project and invite you to join us for all or part of the trip (see registration information below)!

2020 Team Leaders

Service Project: Medford, Oregon

Tim Plankenhorn
Tim Plankenhorn

Team Leader, Helping Hands International

Want to Contact Your HHI Team Leader Before Your Trip?

How to Register

Click here for the three step Trip Registration process!
Please note, normally the completed online application and deposit are due three months prior to a Service Project, with final payment due one month prior.  However, because this is a free event, you only need to be concerned with the online application deadline!

Project Details

Cost: Free! & Dates: August 15-29, 2020

Overview of Activities
A message from our Program Director
This service trip will largely focus on building an outdoor activities area adjacent to a Salvation Army facility (1065 Crews Road, Medford OR 97502).
About Southern Oregon
An overview 

Southern Oregon is a region of the U.S. State of Oregon south of Lane County and generally west of the Cascade Range. Counties include Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, and Josephine.  As of 2015, the population in the four counties was about 471,000, and in the greater, seven-county definition is about 564,000.   Medford is a City in, and the county seat of, Jackson County.  As of 2017, the city had a total population of 81,780 and a metropolitan area population of 217,479, making the Medford MSA the fourth largest metro area in Oregon.  The city is also home to Helping Hands International headquarters!  Each year we complete an outreach project in our own community because we recognize that there are hurting people here that need the help and hope of Jesus too!  For more than 15 years we have been committed to give backing to this community and, over the last two years, we have focused on building projects for women shelters and youth ministry facilities.

Typical Schedule
What to Expect
A typical day includes meeting at the job site around 8 a.m., completing any waivers of liability (if you have not already completed our online Application under the Trip Registration link), morning prayer and devotions shortly thereafter, working on projects until 3 or 5 p.m. in the afternoon.
Lodging & Food
Where We Stay & What We Eat
There are no overnight accommodations for this project but a light breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided throughout the day!
Transportation
How We Get Around
Volunteers are expected to arrange their own transportation to the job site.
Health & Safety
Recommendations
Helping Hands International recommends you follow those health and safety recommendations readily published by the CDC as well as those recommended by your personal physician.

Get in Touch

Have general questions or comments you would like to share with Helping  Hands International Staff?  Simply complete this form and an HHI member will contact you shortly!

Helping Hands International

Helping Hands International is a nondenominational Christian Organization dedicated to sending teams throughout the world to bring help and hope to hurting people. Sharing the love of God through practical help is our primary Goal.

Financial Accountability

We adhere to the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) Standards and are in the process of obtaining membership. For more information on the ECFA “Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship” Please visit their website at: http://www.ecfa.org .

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