Volunteer & Service Trips Fundraising
Want to study abroad or volunteer in another country but can't pay? Got a mission trip or invitation to the trip of a lifetime? Piggybackr has helped thousands fundraise for their volunteer, service, or mission trips. Check out how people have used Piggybackr to fund their trips.
Crafton Hills Ridge Trail Markers, Crafton Hills Open Space Conservancy
Organized by Brian Kennedy
For my Eagle Scout Project I will be raising money to install 6.5 miles worth of half-mile markers along Crafton Hills Ridge Trail. From the College to Grape Avenue. This is important for Emergency first responders to locate injured trail users. This is also necessary for regular trail users let them know where they are on the trail.
Help Fund my Costa Rica Trip!, Summer 2015 Service Program; Costa Rica
Organized by Jacyn Schmidt
Hello! I'm Jacyn and I am a sophomore at Summit Prep. I am a dedicated student, but am also a leader outside of the classroom. I run for the Varsity Cross Country team at my school, as well as lead of the High School of the Future Design Team. This year, I am part of student senate, as well.
Redwood City, CA
Alternative Breaks: Animal Welfare, Where The Wild Things Are
Organized by Casie Lee & Rachel Tenerelli
Alternative Breaks is a service-learning program for students to explore social issues through education, service, and reflection. Our trip, Where The Wild Things Are: Rethinking Social Justice to Include our Furry Friends, travels to Southern and Central Oregon over the spring break. We will perform service with animal shelters, preserves, and sanctuaries in the area.
Support Us in Supporting Others, Alternative Breaks @ UC Berkeley
Organized by Danielle Ngo, Chika Kondo, Kati Hinman, & Sarah Ducker
Alternative Breaks is a service-learning program for students to explore social issues through education, service, and reflection. Alternative Breaks offers 10 trips over spring break, coupled with a class during the semester, on issues such as health care, homelessness, and environmental justice. Students serve with community partners throughout California, Oregon, Arizona and Louisiana.
Help Us Meet Our Goal!, Sleeping Bags For Homeless Teens
Organized by Sonora WIRED
The Sonora Youth Group "W.I.R.E.D." is doing their part to "Ignite the City". We are a group of teens committed to caring for others.
AltBreaks: We Are All Arizona, Confronting the Attacks on Difference
Organized by Zully Juarez & Sean Flores
Alternative Breaks is a service-learning program for students to explore social issues through education, service, and reflection. Our trip, We Are All Arizona: Confronting the Attacks on Difference, travels to Phoenix and Tucson, AZ over the spring break. We will perform service with community organizations working with people crossing the border, advocacy groups, and coalitions.
Help Us Get to Panama!, Ultimate Workout 25: Panama
Organized by Kelsey Rook
Maranatha Volunteers International is a non-profit organization that works in conjunction with the Seventh-Day-Adventist Church to provide structures for worship and education by sponsoring short-term mission trips. One of those is the Ultimate Workout, which will be held in Panama this year for teens.
Food Justice & Sustainability, Alternative Breaks: Food For Thought
Organized by Omri Avraham & Kayleigh Barnes
Alternative Breaks is a service-learning program for students to explore social issues through education, service, and reflection. Our trip travels to Oakland, San Leandro, and Petaluma, CA over the spring break. We will be working with real farmers and witness how sustainable agriculture as a way of life can change the food system from the roots up.