ILP Volunteers love the fresh coconuts you can grab around your Haiti neighborhood, but we also love these goodies you can get at your local market.
Taking a vacation to Haiti soon? Or maybe you're lucky enough to spend an entire semester volunteering there! Either way these tips are going to help you get the best bang for your buck.
In Haiti, there are many opportunities to serve. A group of our ILP Haiti volunteers soon learned that lesson right when they got in-country and took it upon themselves to do something about it. Here's their story!
When you’re not teaching or playing with your cute kiddos, here’s how our ILP volunteers spend their free time.
While you’re volunteering abroad, there will be some surprising parts about your semester — this ILP group in Haiti actually got to hear from Elder Renlund when he came to visit!
Getting ready for your trip to Haiti or The Dominican Republic? You should probably get packing. But, first ... here's what you DON'T want to bring.
With so many countries to choose from it can be hard to choose where to volunteer with ILP. No matter where you volunteer though you will LOVE your kids. Here's proof.
As if taking off to live in Haiti or the Dominican Republic for a few months wasn’t dreamy enough (gotta love the warm weather, palm trees and fresh fruit … am I right?) there are also some incredible vacation spots that you will need to check out — including Samana.
We’ve talked to a couple of volunteers who have been to several ILP countries about they things they love the most about their semesters: *Spoiler* it’s not about the country!