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Guatemala 2024

Summer 2024

July 12-19 / July 19-26

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“Go down to the potter's house, and there I will give you my message.” Jer. 18

We can’t wait to return to Guatemala this summer - and hope you, your friends, and family will join us. We’ll be building homes, holding medical clinics, running youth camps, and providing sponsorship activities/opportunities.

Key Info/Next Steps

Reserve Your Spot

To sign up and make this trip a reality just follow these three steps. First, make your deposit here. Second, complete the volunteer application here. Third, book your approved flight ASAP!(EWR: UA 1551 & 258 | JFK: Jet Blue B6 1328 & 1329)


Make your $250 deposit today using the link below (or click here). This deposit is non-refundable as it holds a spot on our trip, but will be attributed towards the cost of your overall trip.


All volunteers must complete this simple application (click here) and sign our liability waiver before May 19th to secure your spot.


You are responsible for booking your own flight (we provide all other transportation). You must fly on one of our approved flights(EWR:UA 1551 & 258 | JFK:Jet Blue B6 1328 & 1329)

Get Involved

We hope to bring over 100 Beyond the Walls volunteers from all over the United States this year. For some, it will be their first trip, and for others their twentieth! Our team members come from New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Florida and Illinois – ranging in age from 13 to 83!

In Guatemala, we have been partnering with Potter’s House Association for over a decade. PHA has been dedicated to seeking justice for the poor since 1986. Last year, alongside PHA, we built a community center in Chiquimula, provided medical, and touched the lives of hundreds all across Guatemala!

Reserve Your Spot!


Costs vary based on projects, team size, and time of year. This year we estimate trip costs of $1,000 and flight costs $1,000.

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The first impression is pretty shocking. It's one of those experiences where, no matter how many people have tried to prepare you for it - you get here and see for yourself and it's worse than you imagined. But the more time I spend here, the more I can see we are really making an impact with the people and the community.

Adam Godown