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Be a part of the "Go Give Yum" team, a Rice Bowls mission trip to Haiti. You'll have the opportunity to visit and serve with some awesome kids at our partner children's home in Port-au-Prince, Jacmel & Grand Goave. Come with us on this exclusive trip limited to 10 people.

Yum Trip 2016

October 22th - October 29th

  • We'll be spending the week with over 125 orphaned
    children at 3 of our partner homes.
  • Visit our safe-home for girls who have been rescued from child slavery.
  • Enjoy lunch with several older kids for a “where are they now” time
    of reconnecting.
  • Our focus: Play, interact and love on children!
  • Visit the beach with the kids, take a fun hike & shop at a local market.

Volunteer & serve orphaned children with us in the poorest country
in the Western Hemisphere.

Cost $1995

Covers all of your expenses plus supplies and food to feed orphaned children in Haiti!

We’ll help you with some great fundraising tools
and ideas!

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Meet the Leaders

John Ramantanin

John has had a heart for missions for over 20 years. The call on his life is to serve the poor and to be a servant to others who are serving the poor.

He has traveled to the places like the Philippines, India, Haiti, Central America and Africa.

John is our team captain. He’s worked with orphanages for over 17 years and has a giftedness to "get stuff done,” whether that means playing with children or completing a service project, or guiding groups on trips.

Ashley Reese

Ashley has always loved children, even the crying ones. For years she has been clear on her calling to serve orphaned and vulnerable children, but not so clear on the best way to do that.

Through a surprising coffee shop connection, she discovered Rice Bowls and knew that was the answer to combine her calling to serve children with her love for talking and meeting new people.

When Ashley isn’t traveling to meet the amazing kids she works to help, you might find her in a coffee shop doing what she does best; telling the stories of so many brave children and encouraging others to join her in the fight to give them a better future. Did we mention she loves to talk?