6 Alternative Spring Break Trips You Won t Want to Miss

1. Build a home with Habitat for Humanity.

Community volunteers construct homes for needy families on each service project. Even if you don't know the difference between a socket wrench and a screwdriver, you can help Habitat for Humanity build.

2. Get outside with the American Hiking Society.

Volunteer Vacations from the American Hiking Society may suit outdoor enthusiasts. This organization recruits volunteers to develop and maintain hiking trails around the US.

3. Team up with students for the United Way Alternative Spring Break.

United Way's Alternative Spring Break program is just for kids, yet it has a huge effect. Alternative Spring breaks allow college students to volunteer, learn leadership, and form community relationships.

4. Spread joy at the Give Kids the World Village.

Florida's warm beaches, bustling towns, and Disney World make it a favorite spring break vacation. Give Kids the World Village is a lesser-known state attraction.

5. Save the planet with Go Eco.

Go Eco's environmental approach sets it apart from other foreign service travel companies. Go Eco encourages sustainable development via ecological and volunteer tourism.

6. Support local causes by creating your own service experience.

While assisting national and global societies is vital, you may also make a difference locally. A volunteer staycation is a cheaper option to contribute in your community than traveling cross-country.