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Literacy And Environment

Participants will have the opportunity to provide meaningful hands-on service through the preparation and distribution of mini-libraries and books of one's own to children in poor rural schools. Volunteers attach bookplates and organize approximately 200 children's books to each mini-library. The books of one's own will be sorted by grade-group for distribution to individual children to keep as their own. Distribution of the mini-libraries and books of one's own will give participants the chance to see remote rural villages. Participants on the Literacy Work Weeks year after year tell us they felt it was one of the most rewarding volunteer experiences they had ever had.


Sample Activites:


  •  Deliver Mini libraries: collection of 200 books to schools

  •  Books of One’s Own: Individual children receive books to keep

  •  Deliver school supplies/maps

  •  Spend reading time with children

  •  Participate in homework clubs with Project Amigo students

  •  Experience day to day life in rural Mexico through visiting homes of students, touring sugar cane, coffee or banana farms

  • Visit a Migrant sugarcane cutters camp

  • Make homemade tamales!

CAD$1,500 / PERSON 
All-Inclusive Price

Your registration fee of CAD$1500 per person includes double-occupancy accommodations, all meals, pick-up and return airport transport, local transportation, entertainment and cultural activities, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Add CAD$125 for a single room.


The cost of Flights to Manzanillo or Guadalajara are your responsibility.

​A 50% deposit is required upon registration, with the balance due 30 days prior to the event.

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