USA (Poock/MO – Navajo) 21-06a Open
June 26 - July 3
Open for MSU students and four LA/SA DVMS and techs. Volunteers will run animal health clinics and to minister to the Navajo community in Sanders, AZ. Ministry focus will be on building relationships and intentionally learning from and sharing with the locals in the community and partners on the reservation that you will work alongside of.
As with all of our trips in this unprecedented time, travel is subject to change and is not guaranteed. Vaccines and/or additional Covid protocol may be required.
|Cost||$520 (does not include cost of travel to/from mission site)|
|Local Partner||Pastor Jerry Yonnie of United Indian Missions and the local church. Trip leader: Dr. Scott Poock.|
|Vet Work||Set up and run large and small animal health clinics.|
|Ministry Work||Animal health clinics will build relationships for outreach for local partner. Participants should be ready to share their testimony, have community meals with locals and partners on the reservation, and pray with those they serve and work alongside of.|
|Number Needed||Minimum of 3-4 vets.|
|Max Group Size||16|