Kolkata / January / Medical

1/24/20 - 2/1/20

Join our partners in Kolkata who are bringing freedom, justice and restoration to the oppressed in India. You will visit and support Mahima Home and Premenand Boys Home by bringing supplies, able hands, medical care, and love from this side of the world. Their jobs are extremely hard, and we bring them relief in numerous ways. A team of medical staff will be accompanying this trip to provide basic medical service. (You do NOT have to be a medical professional to go on this trip.) Join our partners in the battle against human trafficking. #untilallarefree

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When: 1/24/20 - 2/1/20
Deposit: $300
Size of Trip: 15
Minimum Age: 16
Restrictions: Background Check Required
Total Cost: $3400 (Don't worry. Check this out.)
Sign Up Deadline: 9/22/19

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How much does it cost?

That may sound like a lot, but you should know this covers everything (flight, hotel, meals, activities, etc.), and this is a number you’re meant to tackle with your friends and family.
Of all of our trip participants, only 5% have had to contribute to their own trip.
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What is the travel like?

It takes over 24 hours to get there and we fly on a commercial airline. Listen to all of your favorite Spotify playlists twice, catch up on sleep, talk to your traveling companions, sleep some more, read, watch movies on your 21st century in-seat entertainment system, or just do nothing…which you probably haven’t done in a long time.

January 24/25


January 26

Church, Mother Teresa House

January 27-30

The medical team will work in clinics in Kolkata and surrounding areas. The non-medical staff will run camps for the kids in the community and the girls who are living in the after-care home we partner with.

January 31

Personal reflection time, Sightseeing

Kolkata (formerly Calcutta, during the British era) is the second largest city in India and the capital of West Bengal. While in Kolkata, the team will stay at a ‘western-style’ hotel in the heart of the city. The hotel will have all basic amenities, wi-fi, air conditioning, and a generous breakfast buffet. While traditional indian dishes are highlighted, familiar breakfast foods (think omelet station and cereal) are also available.

While hosting the retreat for the boys home, the team will head to the outskirts of town to a simple village resort. The rooms will be similar to the hotel in the city, and there will be plenty of space to run around, swim, and give these kids a weekend of fun.