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Camp Yavapines Project

Camp Yavapines Project

Maranatha Volunteers International is a nonprofit, Christian organization focused on providing churches, schools, and water wells around the world. A portion of the projects utilize volunteers on short-term mission trips to complete the work. Annually, we mobilize more than 2,000 volunteers to assist with various service opportunities and partner with thousands of donors to fundraise for international projects. Maranatha’s mission is to spread the Gospel throughout the world as we build people through the construction of urgently-needed buildings.

In North America, Maranatha aids by recruiting and organizing volunteer labor for construction and renovations projects at schools, churches, and camps.

Camp Yavapines project is one of our many efforts based in North America.

Project Overview

Camp Yavapines has served children, youth, and adults since 1947. Camp Yavapines offers a variety of accommodations from quaint cabins, to rustic bunk lodges, as well as RV and tent sites. The camp is nestled within the majestic pines of Thumb Butte, and adjacent to the Prescott National Forest. Camp meetings have been held here for decades, but the camp needs assistance to maintain their sprawling facilities. From roofing, painting, logging trees, clearing deadwood, light construction and carpentry, minor building repairs and maintenance.


There is space for 50 volunteers on this project. Volunteers who request housing will be staying in cabins. There are also many RV sites with full hookups available for those wishing to bring their RV. If housing is limited, priority will be given to volunteers who can participate the entire length of the project.


The only costs to volunteers are the travel expenses to and from Camp Yavapines. Three vegetarian meals a day, accident insurance, and housing are provided by Camp Yavapines in exchange for your volunteer labor.

Allergies and Dietary Restrictions

Maranatha provides three vegetarian meals each day. We ask for your allergies on your registration form, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. However, we cannot meet all special requests. If your diet is restrictive (vegan, gluten-free, etc.) we recommend that you bring items such as soy milk powder, gluten-free bread, etc. to supplement the meals provided by the cooks.

Apr 21, 2024

May 2, 2024



Prescott, AZ, USA

Maranatha International


General, Construction




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