Mission Trip: DOMESTIC

You’re signed up for a mission trip! Now what? This page is for you! You will find information on what to pack, what to expect when you join our Domestic Team, as well as links to forms for you to fill out. Please be in contact with your team leaders throughout the weeks leading up to your trip! They are available to answer your questions or help find the answers if the information isn’t found below.

If you’ve decided that you’re ready to attend a mission trip, please begin by filling out our Trip Attendee Form! Once we’ve verified your information, you will receive confirmation from us. 

 

GoServ Global needs these forms from you before your trip! Please scan a copy of your ID and upload it to the Trip Attendee Form. The Minor Consent Form is only for those under the age of 18 and must be printed and filled out.

Forms Needed Include:

  • Trip Attendee Form
  • Liability Form
  • Minor Consent Form
    • If minor is travelling without both parents/guardians, a notarization is required
    • If one parent/guardian is travelling with minor, the form is required without notarization
    • Once filled out, please mail to: GoServ Global ATTN: Mission Trip 310 E Broadway St. Eagle Grove, IA 50533

Raising all the funds for your trip might seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be! Below are some ideas. Big hint though – fundraising is more fun when not done alone!

  1. Fundraising meal at your church. Host a meal you prepare (ask others for help) and invite people through social media, word of mouth, and ask your pastor to say something on stage. Let people know what the donations are going towards and take time before or after the meal to share what your trip is about. 
  2. Start a GoFundMe Fundraiser through GoServ Global’s profile! This keeps people’s contributions tax-deductible and gives you an easy online “way to give” to share on Facebook. Make sure to let the office know you are doing it so we can direct the funds that come in. 
  3. Use your time and talents! Find people in your family or community that would be willing to give a donation if you can help with their projects. Maybe this is yard work, house cleaning, prepping meals, etc. 

ABIDE Omaha: What to Expect

Welcome to the GoServ Global Domestic Team trip to ABIDE Omaha. We are thankful that you have chosen to take this trip with us. See below what you can expect for day-long and overnight trips. 

If you are just coming for the day. 

  • We will provide water and snacks throughout the day
  • Wear clothes you can get dirty and comfortable, appropriate shoes or boots
  • Bring work gloves
  • Outerwear for the weather conditions
  • Please let us know if you have any food allergies or medical conditions
  • Meals will be provided while you are with us

If you are coming overnight.

  • We will be staying in the dorms on campus. Meals will also be served there. 
  • We will provide water and snacks throughout the day
  • Bring enough clothes for each day that you can get dirty
  • Wear comfortable but appropriate shoes or boots
  • Bring work gloves
  • Breakfast, lunch, and supper will be provided
  • Bring your own bedding for a twin-sized mattress, pillow, etc. 
  • The dorms are air-conditioned, with two sets of bunk beds per room. You may room with someone else or have your own room. 
  • Please let us know if you have any food allergies or medical conditions

We may have the opportunity to do other things during your time in Omaha. The Henry Doorly Zoo is amazing! We can also go out to eat for a change of pace some evening. Meals in dorms are included, eating out would be your financial responsibility. 

Cost for trip is $50 per day. 

We want this trip to be as enjoyable as possible for your team! Please let us know if you have any preferences for snacks or drinks so we can plan ahead (chocolate-lover, need vanilla creamer, diet pepsi, etc.). 

If you are with us on Sunday, we plan to attend church. 

DISASTER RESPONSE: MAyfield, Kentucky rebuild

Welcome to the GoServ Global Domestic Team trip to Mayfield, Kentucky. We are thankful that you have chosen to take this trip with us. See below what you can expect for day-long and overnight trips.

If you are just coming for the day. 

  • We will provide water and snacks throughout the day
  • Wear clothes you can get dirty and comfortable, appropriate shoes or boots
  • Bring work gloves
  • Outerwear for the weather conditions
  • Please let us know if you have any food allergies or medical conditions
  • Meals will be provided while you are with us

If you are coming overnight.

  • We will be staying in the dorms on campus. Meals will also be served there. 
  • We will provide water and snacks throughout the day
  • Bring enough clothes for each day that you can get dirty
  • Wear comfortable but appropriate shoes or boots
  • Bring work gloves
  • Breakfast, lunch, and supper will be provided
  • Bring your own bedding for a twin-sized mattress, pillow, etc. 
  • The dorms are air-conditioned, with two sets of bunk beds per room. You may room with someone else or have your own room. 
  • Please let us know if you have any food allergies or medical conditions

We may have the opportunity to do other things during your time in Omaha. The Henry Doorly Zoo is amazing! We can also go out to eat for a change of pace some evening. Meals in dorms are included, eating out would be your financial responsibility. 

Cost for trip is $50 per day. 

We want this trip to be as enjoyable as possible for your team! Please let us know if you have any preferences for snacks or drinks so we can plan ahead (chocolate-lover, need vanilla creamer, diet pepsi, etc.). 

If you are with us on Sunday, we plan to attend church.