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  • Going Outside Ourselves

    Going Outside Ourselves: Why you should travel and serve There’s nothing quite like booking a trip to a place you’ve never been before. What will the people be like? How will the food taste? What will I use for transportation? So many exciting experiences lay ahead. When I was 18 and about to graduate high […]

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  • Travel Can Change You, For the Better

    Many have experienced a change in themselves that can occur from traveling and experiencing life outside of their own corner of the world. Transamerica, a financial institution, published this article on the benefits that can come through traveling, and how one’s perspective can change: “Benefits of Traveling: Change Your Perspective You’ve heard the expression if […]

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  • Thank You to our Volunteers!

    Revive has been traveling and serving around the world and leaving a VERY positive impact where ever it goes. We love to travel to developing communities and tackle problems such as health, education, sanitation and much much more. We also love seeing the transformation that happens with our volunteers. We wanted to take this opportunity […]

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  • Serving While You Travel Is The Way To Go

    Melanie Nelson is a high school math teacher who loves kids, numbers, and traveling. She has had the opportunity to travel with Revive Service Tours to Israel, Rome, Egypt, Belize, Honduras, and Mexico.  Getting to visit these amazing place has made Melanie realize just how amazing traveling can be when you add in an element […]

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  • Sustainability

    NPR posted this article recently about a gentleman who has a very creative way of being resourceful and promoting sustainability! We are VERY BIG about sustainability with our humanitarian trips and projects. Hope you like it!  

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  • 70 years old but still serving the world

    Beverly is the oldest volunteer that has served with Revive Service Tours to date. She is in her mid 70’s and proves a pint that at any age you can get out there and serve! She’s been on two Service Tours (Palestine and the Philippines)  and is planning on joining us for a third on […]

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  • Service Tour For the Whole Family to Fiji

    For several years my wife and I have had a desire to take our kids to a country where we could get to know a different culture and be of service to the community that we visit.  However, because neither of us have had experience out of the United States and neither speaks a language, […]

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    A Day in Ambulong

    Traveling with this group was such a beautiful, life changing experience! I wish I could somehow paint an adequate picture in this post of the awe inspiring opportunity this was, but I will just try to describe a couple of things and hope you will go and see for yourself because there is no way […]

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  • Meaning in the Mangos

    Back in January we were able to spend some time in a place called Puerto Galera. This was the one and place we went to that was truly touristy. There were snorkelers, scuba divers, parasailors, and swimmers; people building sandcastles, riding Banana Boats, reading books, and playing sand volleyball on the beach. Hundreds of little […]

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  • Our little friend, CHOK

    At a first glance, it may have looked as if Chok was simply playing in a small stream that ran past a school in of Manila, Philippines. Unbeknownst to the people of Revive Humanity who were painting this orphanage operated school, Chok, a boy of just 5 years old, was searching for crabs hoping to […]

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