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Go on a Life Changing Mission Trip

Caroline’s Promise offers several trips to Guatemala throughout the year for families (children ages 10 and up with a parent), teens, and adults. The approximate cost for all trips is $1900 per person which includes airfare, in country expenses, and ministry funds.  The only other items you will need to pay for are your passport, two airport meals, and any spending money you would like for personal items.  

Trips may involve: Construction, teacher training, children's ministry, sports outreach, ministry to men & women, and community development.

Please email us at lisaholbrook@carolinespromise.net or call 336-669-7340 if you have questions.
If you have a group that would like to go together, please contact us.  We would love to schedule a trip for you.  Or, simply join one of our teams!

Only team members 18 and older will be allowed to serve with CP for more than a week without a parent or legal guardian.  
If interested please apply for a multiple week trip.  If under 18 you will be allowed to do back to back weeks if one of the weeks
​is with your church and one is with CP.

If your church is interested in taking a team, please contact us asap​​​​​​​

2018 Mission Trips

June 15 - 23  Focus of Ministry: Fine Arts Boot Camp --Teaching the arts to teens to use as outreach.

Leaders: Grace Wheeler & Lisa Holbrook Ages: 15 and up

June 23 - 30  Focus of Ministry: Leadership & Business Training --Church leadership team building & vision casting, business training. There will be a need for children's ministry workers.

Leaders: Ruth Edwards & Jacey Hensley Ages: 18 and up.

June 29 - July 7  Focus of Ministry: Sports & Medical --Sports Camp & Adult Medical Clinic

Leader: Phillip Clary Ages: Sports Camp is for guys ages 15 and up only. Medical Team is for men & women ages 16 and up

July 7 - 15   Focus of Ministry: Teacher & Parent Training --Teacher & Parent Training There will be a need for children's ministry workers.

Leaders: Brooke St. Claire & Stephanie DiMora

July 7 - 15  Men's Team --Focus will be on discipleship and leadership training with men as well as exposing men to various trades such as carpentry, masonry, electrical, plumbing.


July 20 - 28  Wilson Community Church --This team is open to WCC members only.​​​​​​​

Child sponsorship makes a tremendous difference in the life of an orphan or vulnerable child. While children in our Guatemala sponsorship program receive weekly aid, sponsors are able to send letters and small gifts quarterly and receive letters from their sponsored child. Additionally, special sponsorship mission trips are available making it possible to visit your child.  

Sponsorship is $40 per month.  In our school, Casita Adonai, this provides part of each child’s tuition and school uniform with their parent(s) paying the remaining amount.  In our community of Gerona, sponsorship provides food for the family. 

Please see the gallery of children who need sponsorship (above). Once you have chosen the child that you would like to sponsor please click the Sponsor a Child button below.  Choose monthly recurring gift - fund, child sponsorship, $40.  Please write the name of the child and their CP# in the comment box.


Caroline’s Promise would not exist without our amazing volunteers!  

If you are seeking a ministry to give of your time, please contact us for opportunities.

Join our Intercessory Prayer team, be an office volunteer, promote the ministry in your community, or host a fundraiser.

Host a Party with a Purpose

You provide the location; we provide the beautiful fair trade products.  When you gather your friends at home, work, church, or school it
gives us the opportunity to share the stories of the women who make the products.

Your purchases change the lives of women and children and enable us to continue the ministry.  

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 Each purchase helps individuals and families in developing countries use their skills to support themselves.