You make ASP trips happen.
What is a typical mission trip with ASP like?
Volunteers work on a variety of different projects, including tasks such as strengthening foundations, patching leaks, fixing roofs, building walls, repairing stairs, digging flood channels, installing plumbing, and painting exteriors. No matter how much building experience you have, we will match your group’s skill level to an appropriate project.
Your project will be assigned 2-3 days in advance of your trip. However, most assignments involve you picking up where another team has stopped. This means factors such as weather may affect project planning and we ask for your flexibility!
Your center staff will review project details with your group contact person by phone a few days before your trip, along with your construction skill assessment (Construction Information Form), to ensure your group is properly matched to the project they have selected for each crew.
Typical Work Day
Be a part of ASP’s mission for more than just a week.
ASP works in Central Appalachia year-round. Outside of our service area, there’s always work to do spreading the word about our mission of eradicating substandard housing in Central Appalachia.
Not finding what you’re looking for?
Our team is available Monday-Friday to help with anything you need, and we’d love to help in any way possible to make your volunteer experience a good one!
Call the Volunteer Department at (800) 289-4254