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"And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward."

Participate: Come on a trip!
The Dominican Republic

Rescue a child, transform a family, do it again tomorrow. 

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PARTICIPATE.
Thank you for your interest in joining us on a trip. You will get to experience daily life on a mission alongside our on-the-ground missionaries. Take a look at our available trip dates below and follow the links to get the information you need. More questions? Email ashley@cupsmission.com.

CURRENT TRIPS:
HERE ARE THE CURRENT TRIPS WE ARE WORKING ON. BEFORE CLICKING TO REGISTER, SCAN DOWN THE PAGE FOR DETAILS.

SUMMER 2019-OPEN NOW-CLICK ON DATE TO REGISTER
June 11-16, 2019 - 75% full
June 18-23, 2019
June 25-30, 2019 - FULL
July 2-7, 2019 - 75% full
July 9-14, 2019 Bridge Team - 75% full
July 16-21, 2019 - 30% full
September 10-15, 2019
December 31-January 5, 2020 Bridge Team
Jan 7-12, 2020 Bridge Team
Jan 7-12, 2020 PRC Team

* TRIPS ARE TUESDAY-SUNDAY.
(The mission staff takes Sunday and Monday to recuperate.)

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Frequently Asked Questions
Don't see the answer to your question here?
Email info@crossminintl.com or call/text 1-877-291-6501.

Accommodations in the Dominican 

Sosua by the Sea OR Rio Vista Lodge, Dominican Republic

Convenient to the areas we serve and the places we will evangelize, these facilities have been serving missionaries for years. The layout of the grounds is ideal for worship, group devotional sessions and Bible study and will help create a team feel. 

*If you would like your own room by yourself, there is an additional charge.

Your Dominican Republic accommodations are included in the cost of your trip.*
(Any accommodations related to, or in preparation for your departure from or upon returning to the United States are not included. If, for example, you need to get a hotel prior to your departure close to your originating airport, that will be at your expense.)

Immunization 

Visit your physician to let them know that you will be participating in mission work in Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic and adhere to all immunization recommendations. Check with the CDC travelers health information.

Luggage -please bring

You will carry three (3) pieces of luggage, including one large suitcase that you will leave behind. The one LARGE Suitcase is the one you will CHECK under the plane, the contents of which will be for the needs of the mission; the other 2 will be your personal belongings to take on the plane. (If you or someone you know does not have an old suitcase to donate, purchase one inexpensively at a thrift store. Consider asking friends, relatives, and parishioners to help support your trip by donating some or all of the following items.)

1. Large check-in suitcase (for outbound travel only) not to exceed 50 lbs. Contents that you will supply:

  • Peanut Butter

  • Colored pencils

  • Shoes for children of school ages

  • We would love for one team to try and bring a Back Inversion table (upside down back rack)

  • Feminine supplies

  • Bible School supplies

  • Medical Supplies as listed below:

    1. Tylenol/Advil/Ibuprofen bottles 

    2. Sterile water or saline (100cc-up to 5oocc containers)

    3. 60cc, 20cc syringes

    4. Q-tips or similar

    5. Gauze pads 2”x2” non-sterile

    6. Gauze pads 4”x4” non-sterile

    7. Chemical ice packs

    8. Medical tape (rolls)

    9. Roll gauze (2”, 3”, 4”)

    10. Clean absorbable cloths

    11. Band-Aids all sizes

    12. Triple antibiotic cream (tubes)

    13. Ace wraps (3”, 4”, 6”)

    14. Benadryl over the counter (OTC) 25 mg

    15. Benadryl cream (tubes)

    16. Non-adhesive dressings (3”, 4”)

    17. Steroid cream (tube)

    18. Hydrogen peroxide

2. Backpack or purse

3. Suitcase that meets carry-on requirements

*Caution: Ensure within your carry-on bags liquids and toiletries do not exceed 3 oz. each. All toiletries weighing more than 3 oz. risk being confiscated by the TSA.

Clothing 

It is recommended that you bring six sets of clothes, one for travel and one for each of the five days laboring.

We also recommend you take old, second-hand, or thrift store clothes, one set for each workday. They should be suitable for painting, cleaning, and serving people in intense heat and severe living conditions. 

Bring at least one pair of old sneakers or shoes suitable for those days when we make trips to the dump that you can discard at the end of the trip. You must wear closed toed shoes.

*A swimsuit is necessary for swimming. Women, please bring a cover-up to wear traveling to and from the pool.

Personal Items 

We recommend you do not bring jewelry, electronic devices, or other valuables. Cell phone service is not available; however, the lodge provides WiFi . You will be provided a contact telephone number in advance of departure where you can be reached in case of emergency.

Water 

Use only bottled water for drinking and brushing teeth. The hotel offers many bottled water stations. Bottled water will also be provided at all work locations. Some individuals bring a water bottle/container with them on the trip that they can refill.

Money/Souvenirs/Snorkeling

The Dominican peso is the national currency; however, the American dollar is accepted everywhere. The trip fee covers all expenses in country, including food, water, and transportation and lodging. Bring only a small amount of money for any souvenirs you may wish to purchase, and limit this to one and five - dollar bills. (It's hard to bargain for a $ 5 item when all you have are $20s!) Consider bringing one credit card for emergencies. If you want to snorkel, bring $25, sometimes they give us group discount. And yes, you can use some of your cash to tip our drivers/translators as you feel led.

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Important Dates for 2019 Trips

  • NOW: Pay your $100 Non Refundable Lodging Deposit to save your space. Make sure you pick the appropriate week.

Trip Sample Schedule (this is a tentative schedule. FLEXIBILITY is a key word in the Dominican :)) 

TUESDAY: / Orientation / Evening Human Trafficking walk

WEDNESDAY: Garbage Dump Feeding Program (pics above)/
Student Camp (pics below)/ Missionary Meet & Greet

THURSDAY: Food Distribution/Home Visits & Student Camp / Movie Night 

FRIDAY: Mountain Visitation / Student Camp (pics below) / Evening Movie Outreach 

SATURDAY: / Snorkeling the Caribbean Ocean/ Orphanage (pics below) / Oceanside wrap-up

SUNDAY: Church on the beach  / Buffet Lunch / Fly home or stay extra day for rest and relaxation 

*Trip schedule subject to change.

Refund Policy 

Refunds are decided on a case by case basis. Deposits are non-refundable. Keep in mind, expenses are based on the number of people traveling in a team. If those numbers change, the costs change for everyone. Any refunds given are only given minus any accrued processing charges. It’s best to make sure you are committed to participating before making a deposit. In the unfortunate and unlikely event of a family tragedy, Crossover Cups Mission will do our best to be fair and equitable with each person.

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