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Serve with us in Nepal!

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As part of the Nepal service trip, you will work to restore and rebuild 16 schools damaged in the 2015 earthquakes. Attendees could also help build and restore two women’s centers, one of which is home to a large women’s cooperative. Please note that this is a physically strenuous service trip. Every day we will be working construction, which could include hauling bricks and working with cement.

If you’re up for the adventure of a lifetime and ready to rough it with us in Nepal as we restore hope to the families, children, and underserved communities then sign up to receive updates! We'll let you know once the application process begins for our next trip.

It was by far the most amazing trip I have ever been on. I would go back in a heartbeat. I have made lifelong friends not only with other Young Living members but in Nepal as well. I loved getting to truly help someone and the only thing I got in return was a smile and a hug!- Kellie Jo Sundberg, Oklahoma

Being immersed in their culture was so unbelievable. I had never been off the North American continent, so I was so nervous. But the Nepalese people were just so kind and so welcoming.- Lindsay Kusy, British Columbia, Canada

Nepal Service Trip November 2020 Details

What service will attendees perform?

Those selected to attend the Nepal service trip will restore and rebuild 16 schools partially damaged by the 2015 earthquakes. They will also help build and restore two women’s centers, one of which is home to a large women’s cooperative. Please note that this will be a physically strenuous service trip. We will be working construction, which includes hauling 12- to 15-pound bricks; scrubbing, grinding, and cutting the bricks; and working with cement.

What is the trip schedule?

Our service trip to Nepal takes place November 1-13, 2020. This means that you will most likely depart your home country on November 1 and then leave Nepal to return home on November 13. Please note that dates are subject to change.

How much does a service trip cost? What does the cost cover?

A service trip costs $3,500 USD per person. This covers the cost of flights, transportation, hotel accommodations, food, and water while in Nepal. The cost of the trip is tax deductible for U.S. citizens who make contributions through the Foundation. Payments to individuals are not considered tax deductible.

Who handles flight and lodging accommodations?

Flights and lodging are arranged by the Young Living Foundation. Information will be provided to those selected to go on this trip.

What is the application period?

Applications are currently closed. Click here to sign up for updates and we'll let you know once the application process begins for the next service trip.

What factors are considered for acceptance?

Applications are evaluated based on the applicant’s skills related to the service, as well as experience, desire, and history of supporting the Foundation. We’re primarily looking for volunteers who have construction experience or those willing to perform construction-type work for multiple days in a row.

Are there any age restrictions?

Due to the labor-intensive nature of this service trip, applicants must be 18 or older.

How many members will be selected to attend?

All applicants will be considered. The number of members selected is based on need, and there are limited spots available for each service trip.

When will I find out if I’ve been selected to go?

All applicants will be notified of acceptance, denial, or waitlist status on or by December 4, 2019.

When will other service trips be offered?

We will start accepting applications for 2021 service trip opportunities in mid-2020.

Who can I contact for more information?

Please email info@younglivingfoundation.org with any specific questions you may have. We look forward to serving with you!