FAB TRIP OPPORTUNITIES


Below are descriptions of service trips, the dates, and what social issues the trips encompass. Please fill out an application corresponding to the trip you are interested in.

November 19-20

Social Issue: Health and Human Sciences (Disabilities and Special Needs)

Date:Saturday, November 19 - Sunday, November 20

Location: Tallahassee, FL

Website: www.ability1st.info

Ability 1st is a community-based non-profit organization that provides services to persons with varying disabilities. They are a community-based organization offering support services, advocacy, and information to empower people with disabilities to live independently. Volunteers will build ramps, install ramp modules, build half-steps, and make repairs.

Price: $175

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging/Hotel

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January 13-16

Social Issue: Community Development-Urban Poverty

Date: Friday, January 13- Monday, January 16, 2023

Location: Atlanta, GA

Website: www.ability1st.info

Medici Project works to expose students to very innovative and strategic models of serving others that go beyond handouts and are rather carried out through a philosophy of service with dignity. Our hope with students, whether serving in homeless issues, urban education, global poverty issues, hunger, or health is to facilitate the perfect connection between service and learning, shaping future vocations and individuals to be "active citizens" within their communities. Medici Project develops programs and opportunities that are holistic in overall strategy, helping students to cultivate a heart of service, find their purpose, and pick up the necessary tools to engage in culture, all the while, shaping vocations, lifestyles, and creation.

Price: $160

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

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December 2 -9

Social Issue: Health and Wellness-Children with Disabilities

Date:Friday, December 2, 2022 - Sunday, December 4, 2022

Location: Eustis, FL

Website: boggycreek.org

Founded by Paul Newman in Eustis, FL, Camp Boggy Creek is dedicated to spreading joy to the lives of children living with chronic illnesses, by providing a safe and inclusive environment for all. Trip participants can expect to spread happiness to children by creating opportunities for children to participate in any activity available. In addition, you will have the opportunity to be a buddy to a child living with chronic illness. The staff at Camp Boggy Creek assigns you to a child based on a questionnaire, and for the entire time, you are like an older sibling to the child. FAB Participants will be staying on-site at Camp Boggy Creek for lodging purposes.

Price: $100

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

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Spring Break Trips

Dates vary: Saturday, March 11 - Sunday, March 19, 2022

Social Issue: Community Development-Disaster ReliefAnimals and the Environment (Sustainable Agriculture)

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Saturday, March 18

Location: Florida Panhandle/Gulf Coast

For over 20 years, CCI has been building relationships with local community partners and recruiting volunteer teams to support their efforts to complete environmental, disaster relief, and human service projects. Over the next few weeks, the CC International Advance Team will be meeting with First­ Responders, Long-Term Recovery Groups, and Community Service Organizations in communities impacted by the storm to determine where volunteers are needed most.  

Price: $240

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

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Social Issue: Community Development

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Sunday, March 19, 2022

Location: Luquillo, Puerto Rico

For over 20 years, CCI has been building relationships with local community partners and recruiting volunteer teams to support their efforts to complete environmental, disaster relief, and human service projects. We are still continuing to rebuild communities affected by Hurricane Maria and have been working closely with local governments to identify areas that need our help the most. Some of our project goa Is include:

  • Help families rebuild their homes
  • Support Boy's and Girl's Clubs and HeadStart Programs with tutoring and school repair
  • Help restore the devastated environment and parks that are vital to the ecosystem and economy of Puerto Rico

Price: $620

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

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Social Issue: Human Rights and Advocacy

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Saturday, March 18

Location: Orlando, FL

Website: oneorlandoalliance.org

In the aftermath of the Pulse shooting in 2016, organizations responding to the tragedy came together to meet the needs of our traumatized community. This informal partnership grew into the One Orlando Alliance, a coalition of diverse organizations honoring the memory of the lives taken and all those affected at Pulse by serving and strengthening the LGBTQ+ community. One Orlando Alliance's mission is to unite LGBTQ+ serving. organizations in Central Florida through advocacy, community transformation, organizational development, and resource sharing.

Price: $250

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging/hotel

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Social Issue: Environmental Preservation

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Saturday, March 18

Location: Port St. Joe, FL

Website: https://floridadep.gov/rcp/state-buffer-preserve/locations/st-joseph-bay-state-buffer-preserve

St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve provides an essential buffer to St. Joseph Bay Aquatic Preserve that helps protect the bay's water quality, natural productivity and critical habitats. The dune/swale system formed by sand dunes in St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve, created during ancient changes in sea level, is one of the most stable and clearly defined of such topographic features found anywhere. The buffer preserve also includes Money Bayou - an unusual tidal creek that flows directly into the Gulf of Mexico instead of an intervening bay or sound.

Price: $200

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

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Social Issue: Youth and Education

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Saturday, March 18

Location: Palm Beach County, FL

Website: takestockpalmbeach.org

Take Stock in Children, Inc. is a nonprofit organization, transforming Florida one student at a time. Working in every county throughout Florida, Take Stock in Children Palm Beach is 1 of 46 affiliate offices. Their mission is to break the cycle of poverty for low-income, academically qualified students by providing opportunities for a post-secondary education. Through an innovative multi-year model we provide wraparound services to students, with no drop-off of services after high school completion.  

Price: $290

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging/hotel

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Social Issue: Community Development-Urban Poverty

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Saturday, March 18

Location: Atlanta, GA

Website: mediciproject.org

Medici Project works to expose students to very innovative and strategic models of serving others that go beyond handouts and are rather carried out through a philosophy of service with dignity. Our hope with students, whether serving in homeless issues, urban education, global poverty issues, hunger, or health is to facilitate the perfect connection between service and learning, shaping future vocations and individuals to be "active citizens" within their communities. Medici Project develops programs and opportunities that are holistic in overall strategy, helping students to cultivate a heart of service, find their purpose, and pick up the necessary tools to engage in culture, all the while, shaping vocations, lifestyles, and creation.  

Price: $235

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

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Social Issue: Community Development-Urban Poverty

Date: Saturday, March 11 - Saturday, March 18

Location: Atlanta, GA

Website: mediciproject.org

Medici Project works to expose students to very innovative and strategic models of serving others that go beyond handouts and are rather carried out through a philosophy of service with dignity. Our hope with students, whether serving in homeless issues, urban education, global poverty issues, hunger, or health is to facilitate the perfect connection between service and learning, shaping future vocations and individuals to be "active citizens" within their communities. Medici Project develops programs and opportunities that are holistic in overall strategy, helping students to cultivate a heart of service, find their purpose, and pick up the necessary tools to engage in culture, all the while, shaping vocations, lifestyles, and creation.  

Price: $235

Accommodations: FAB will provide the following

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging

Register Now