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Downtowners Campus Ministry Washington D.C. Trip
Date & Time:
Starts: Mon, May. 16, 2022
Ends: Sat, May. 21, 2022
Join Dr. Ellen O'Shaughnessy on the 11th mission trip to Washington D.C. Students' evaluations rave about their experience above and beyond anything they expected!
- Approach our Capitol Hill Lawmakers representing issues dealing with immigration, bettering the plight of the homeless, stopping human trafficking, increasing wages for the struggling-to-make-it worker and increasing rehabilitation opportunities for dealing with addiction.
- Attend a seminar on Maryland Ave. next to the Supreme Court and learn systemic ways of caring for individuals struggling to survive.
- Serve the homeless in D.C. through Our Daily Bread and the Gales Mission.
- Visit the Smithsonian and other exciting sites of D.C., The Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial, World War II Memorial, the Supreme Court and more.
The cost is only $400 because of grants supporting you! To reserve your airline ticket, a $100 deposit is due by Tuesday, March 15. Sign up right away! $300 is due on Tuesday, March 29.
For more information and to reserve your spot, contact Dr. Ellen O'Shaughnessy via email at email@example.com or phone: 614.582.7790.
- Current Students