An ADRA Connections trip is a life-changing opportunity for volunteers to travel to ADRA’s projects around the globe and experience first-hand the vitally important development work that ADRA does.
Volunteers have a chance to get involved in a variety of ADRA’s projects, from training, monitoring photographic and story writing, to renovations, repairs, playground refurbishment or building, to farming, nutrition, sanitation and hygiene education, or micro-business skill support, to working with communities in disaster zones teaching them how to be prepared in a disaster or helping to rebuild after a disaster – there are a huge range of ways you can be involved in the work of ADRA!
ADRA Donation Costs
ADRA Donation Costs include: the cost for all materials and equipment for project work; project management and monitoring; and accommodation, food and transport while on project. The ADRA Donation Costs are fully tax-deductible (for New Zealander donors) and fully fund-raiseable. This component must be paid in full to ADRA New Zealand two months before departure.
Personal Costs include: a $250 non-refundable commitment deposit payment; comprehensive insurance cover through RMS (Risk Management Services); International SOS medical and emergency cover; sightseeing costs as included in the itinerary; all accommodation and travel while sightseeing, and most food (you may need to buy your own meals on transit days). Unfortunately, this not tax-deductible. This component is to be paid in full to ADRA New Zealand one month before departure.