Mission: I’m Home Celebrates 10 Years of Service

March 7, 2018 7 AM

Mission: I’m Home is celebrating its 10-year anniversary by taking Stevenson students to help rehabilitate disaster sites, including New Orleans, Baton Rouge, New Jersey, Staten Island and even locally in Baltimore. These relief trips give students the opportunity to spend their spring break helping those in need.

During spring break 2018, March 10 through 17, a group of students will travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to continue building homes for those affected by natural disaster.

Students attend service trips with Mission: I’m Home to help rebuild cities after they have experienced devastation from natural disasters.

On their first trip to Baton Rouge, 18 students attended, sleeping on the floor of a church each night after a full day’s work. Now over 600 students have attended these service trips, which have helped bring over 50 families back into their homes, according to Morgan Somerville, director of student engagement.

WJZ recently covered Mission: I’m Home on a segment you can view here.

Read more about upcoming Mission: I’m Home projects here!