We know that planning an international trip can be overwhelming. Does the work actually meet the needs of the local community? What will we actually accomplish? Will there be work for us to do when we are there? How do I even get my group there?
A pre-poured foundation along with all of the building materials and tools you need to complete a house in three days.
Drinking water and authentic Mexican meals prepared by community members employed by Amor's food service program, La Cocina.
Tents already set up for you in our secure campground.
Interaction with a community leader who selects families to receive homes.
The expert support of the Amor team backing you up every step of the way.
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Why Homes and Jobs?
"Amor was ready for us. There was never a time we felt any uncertainty."
Our agreement to you and your group.
Local community leaders decide what needs in their community need help from outside sources. They know best.
Your money is spent in the local economy when we source building materials and food. Two houses built per week create 14 full-time jobs.
Life-changers, like you, from around the world bring their resources together to expand their individual impact.
Resources go to the people you want to impact. An independent third party audits Amor every year.
You will get the experience you expect to get or we'll make it right.
We've got you covered.
From our family to yours. Make a family memory you won’t forget, by building a house alongside a family in need.
Ready to serve but don’t have a group? Sign up and we will join you with other like-minded people who are wanting to experience a life-changing Impact Trip too!
No matter the size of your group, you can come on an Amor Impact Trip and build hope.
No one knows your group the way you do. Choose from Amor's options for your group to build your perfect trip.
Have Questions? Contact Us!
Download our Trip Before & After Guide for Leaders. This guide is designed to prepare your team for cross-cultural service and help you process the things you’ve experienced as you adjust to life back at home.