Trip Duration

8 Days/7 Nights.

Team Size

Group sizes are flexible.

Trip Availability

Now Accepting Applications.


Important Trip Info

Learn more about the Keshena trip experience:

More than 350 square miles of Menominee County belongs to the Menominee Indian Tribe. Most of it is heavily forested, but it’s also home to more than 8,700 tribal members. Keshena — the tribe’s seat of government — consists of five main communities, a unique language, and its own religious practices and traditions.

Through our Rural Initiatives, we partner with a U.S.-based missionary associate who actively works with the tribal leaders to improve the community. Field Team members come alongside the pastor to complete community involvement projects and develop relational ministry opportunities on the reservation.

Teams come alongside local church leaders to tackle construction, clean-up work, and other projects, with opportunities to interact with children. We’ll work with local leaders to determine the specific projects your team will take part in and will communicate that to you 60 days prior to your trip.

What Kind of Projects Will I Be Working On In Keshena?


Ground Cost


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Ground costs are the basic trip expenses that each individual on the team will be responsible to raise. The cost covers things like housing, food, insurance, trip coordination and hosting, preparation resources, and other trip necessities.

Note: The ground cost does not include any transportation costs. If you fly to the region, we will work with you to book the flights and to find local transportation. You’ll add the cost of the tickets and necessary ground transportation to the amount you’re raising.

Transportation Cost

*Varies based on transport needs.

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You may choose to drive your own vehicles with no additional transportation cost, or we have a specialist who will find the flight itinerary cost that works best for your team. You’ll add the cost of the tickets and necessary ground transportation to the amount you’re raising.

Project Cost

$2,500+ per team.

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Project costs are used to set-up and purchase the materials for the project you and your group will be working on. This covers things like pre-trip planning, materials, transportation, payment to local workers, government fees.

The estimated trip costs are exactly that: estimates. The specific and final costs will be communicated during the application approval process.

Trip costs can exceed the estimates provided. This calculator is intended to help you gather a ballpark estimate for your group.

What Kind of Resources Do You Provide For Your Field Teams?

Video Training Tracks

Team Field Guide(s)

Debrief Materials & Downloads

Online Fundraising Platform

Digital Home Page

Q&A and Resources

Hold On! BEFORE I APPLY, I Have Like A Million Questions!

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Every participant must meet the following criteria:

  • 16-years-old or older for international trips and 13-years-old or older for U.S.-based trips. Certain trips, noted in the description, are only open to those 18+.
  • In good health.
  • Consent to and pass a background check.

Currently, we are not able to accommodate individuals who are not connected with a team.

Field Teams exist to connect partners with opportunities to serve  people through Convoy of Hope. Field Teams consist of people from churches, universities, and other groups or organizations.

Field Teams are open to those who are 16-years-old and older for international travel (certain trips require 18+) and 13-years-old and older for U.S.-based trips. It should be noted that many of our group opportunities include construction-oriented work. Please look closely to see the type of work required of each opportunity, and keep this in mind when deciding on the team members from your group.

Field Teams help Convoy of Hope accomplish our goals around the world. Because of this, different teams may serve through different projects and opportunities. Currently, most of our teams will help with construction projects that serve our Children’s Feeding initiative. Additionally, most teams will spend time with children and others who are served through Convoy of Hope.

We don’t list every possible date for your teams to serve as there are many changing factors, and that list would be near impossible to keep for each place of service. In every place, however, there are multiple windows of opportunity throughout the entire year, except for a break around Christmas. Please let us know via email or your application of 2 or 3 windows of time (a Saturday-Saturday works best in the Western Hemisphere), and a place(s) that interests you, and we will work to find a time that works for both you and the field.



When we receive this application, we will begin working to ensure an effective opportunity for your group. We will communicate with you shortly.

If you understand these parameters and desire to gather a group to serve on the field, please complete the information below.

We’re grateful for the opportunity to serve together through this partnership of your group, Convoy of Hope and leaders on the field.

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