Vision TripExperience the Impact
Partnering with World Hope International drives positive change around the world. But don’t just take our word for it: go see it for yourself. Create or join a vision trip today!
Expand Your World
When you take a vision trip with World Hope International (WHI), you will have the opportunity to see for yourself how your partnership with WHI acts as a catalyst for transformation.
Interact with program directors, community leaders, and agents of change around the world. Immerse yourself in a new culture, share your gifts with others, and experience for yourself the profound impact of work that empowers, protects, and builds resiliency.
WHI maintains the top-tier U.S. Standards of Excellence in Short-Term Mission seal of accreditation, meaning that we meet or exceed the highest best practice standards established for short-term trips like these.
Start Your Journey
Each of our trips are carefully tailored to meet the goals and utilize the skills of participants. We will work with you to arrange site visits that can include a variety of projects or focus on one specifically. Every trip will bring you face to face not only with an incredible culture and the opportunity for new friendships, but may also include extra time to explore the environment and inhabit the local landscape.
“We’re just a small drop in what’s happening, but to be a part of it feels so cool and I’m just thankful that we’ve been able to do this as a company and come alongside these women and support them, too – and the husbands, too – and just encourage them; let them know we live halfway around the world but we see them, and we know the hard work they’re doing, and we’re here to see them succeed.”
Why go on a Vision Trip
See impact in action, firsthand
Cultural experience & fellowship
Opportunity to empower others
Countries of Travel
AN ORGANIZATION YOU CAN TRUST.
Spending of World Hope International (Canada) funds is confined to Board approved projects. Funds designated towards a project are used as designated, with the understanding that when the need for that project has been met or cannot be completed for reasons determined by the Board, the remaining funds designated will be used where needed most.