India
Mumbai / November

11/7/20 - 11/17/20

Here’s where you make impossible dreams come true. You’ll be the adventure team who takes girls who’ve been rescued from sex trafficking and give them the chance to explore new landscapes way outside their city—an experience that’s usually reserved for only the wealthiest, and certainly not victims of extreme poverty and abuse. In this fresh environment, you’ll introduce the girls to playing in the wild, rappelling/rock climbing, rafting rivers, and finding meaningful new levels of friendships. You’ll also get to experience an immersive prayer walk through Mumbai’s red light district, taking part in the spiritual battle that we all get to join. Go home changed and re-committed to the justice work that won’t slow down until all are free.

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Sign Up Deadline: 7/6/20
When: 11/7/20 - 11/17/20
Deposit: $300
Size of Trip: 25
Minimum Age: 16
Restrictions: Background Check Required
Total Cost: $3400 (Don't worry. Check this out.)

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How much does it cost?

$3,400.
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.

Day 1

Depart US


Day 2

Arrive in Mumbai, India


Day 3

Acclimation Day: Mumbai Darshan sightseeing, Bollywood dancing


Day 4

Travel to Camp! Adventure Camp


Day 5-6

Adventure Camp


Day 7

Adventure Camp; Return to Mumbai


Day 8

Attend Local Indian Church, Personal Reflection Time


Day 9

Visit JA office, shopping; Depart Mumbai


Day 10

Arrive home

While in Mumbai, the team will stay at a ‘western-style’ hotel in the heart of the city. The hotel will have all basic amenities, air conditioning, and a generous breakfast buffet. While traditional indian dishes are highlighted, simple breakfast foods are also available.

While at the adventure camp, the team will be bunking in ‘cabins’ much like summer camp you may recall from your youth. These “glamping” structures are usually permanent canvas tents, fully enclosed with air-conditioning, electric and plumbing. Each cabin tent will have a private bathroom and plenty of room for stretching out and relaxing after a day of adventure.

Jeevan Aadhar

Jeevan Aadhar (JA) is an Indian company with a heart. For years, JA has provided highest quality aftercare services for survivors of child sexual exploitation. Their philosophy is that with care, time, and community support, these girls are able to recover and thrive—living full, restored, reintegrated lives. Their family style homes empower survivors to heal physically and emotionally in a secure environment. Now, JA is expanding it's work to implement cutting edge child sexual abuse prevention training through a partnership with the most successful prevention organization in the U.S: Darkness2Light. The United Nations recognized D2L's effectiveness in this field. Now, D2L and Jeevan Aadhar are working to "Indianize" D2L's ‘Stewards of Children’ program into the Indian cultural context.

Learn more about Jeevan Aadhar

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