Mission teams to Uganda, Costa Rica, & Haiti.
Join the long-term journey of caring for orphans.
Do you feel led to do more in your life?
Join us on a team & Impact the lives of people around the world
Mission trips through Sozo Children allows you to join a journey of caring for neglected children through love and discipleship. Regardless whether you have been across the world before or you have never left your state, Sozo Children will walk you through every step of a global mission trip.
Uganda is where Sozo Children is rooted and operates our very own children's homes year round. While in Uganda you will have many opportunities to serve within our homes and a local village community where we recently purchased 28 acres of land that we will soon build on and call home. Serving in Uganda opens many opportunities to create relationships with our children and staff as well as within your team.
2017 Uganda Prices - $1,312 plus airfare*
($50 Visa Fee & Travel Immunizations not included)
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Sozo partners with an organization currently running on the ground called Costa Rica Mission Projects. Teams will serve through building and construction projects and periodically working with the children and communities in need.
2017 Costa Rica Prices - $1,000 plus airfare*
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Sozo partners with a local organization called Destiny Village that has operated in Haiti for 16+ years. Their mission is: Change a Child. Change a Nation. Teams have the opportunity to serve and build relationships at their orphanage which provides care to over 40 children, visit local villages and assist in the most current needs on-ground.
2017 Haiti Prices - $850 plus airfare*
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Don't see a trip that fits your calendar or place you want to serve? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will customize a trip just for you and your team and include a team leader to literally walk you through every step of your mission.
*Any deposit or donations received from donors for trips are non-refundable.
"The epitome of what I experienced in Uganda can be summarized in the verse 1 Thessalonians 2:8 which says, "So, being affectionately desirous of you, we were ready to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own selves, because you had become very dear to us.” In every aspect of the trip I felt like I was simply called to love God and to love people in whatever way that looked like at that moment. We got the chance to just walk through life with the people of Uganda, so whether that meant peeling potatoes with the house moms, playing games with the village kids at VBS, going door to door and talking to people about the Lord, or worshipping with the Sozo children at night, the mission was the same: love God by loving people through all of our words and actions. And because the Ugandan people had become so very dear to us, it was easy to share not only the gospel, but also our very own selves. Going to Uganda taught me what it looks to truly love because He first loved us."
"Uganda is a life changing experience that shows you how humble and grateful someone can be even in an impoverished area. You can see God moving and working through the Sozo kids and the community that Sozo has touched."
"I went on my first mission with Sozo for the 3-week trip and it was hands down the best three weeks of my life. God's presence was so strong all around us; the airports, the Sozo homes, the village, in the city, church, and during our morning devotions and nightly debriefs. The friendships I made were extra special to me because they were formed through the common bond of serving our great God. Even though our trip ended, I still talk to my team members daily. Every night we would tell each other where we saw God that day, and although we would only say one or two places, we all knew He was working everywhere in our lives and in those we met. Our time in Uganda taught us to love each other more and serve with a full heart, but most importantly our trip influenced us to minister those back at home that we often overlook. I absolutely cannot wait to return to Uganda with Sozo again!"