Be a builder PURPOSE OF A BUILDER What were you born to do Calling all 14-19 year olds! Humanitarian XP, formerly known as HEFY, Builders have consistently changed lives, person by person, for the last 23 years. We believe that there is a reason that you are going to a specific location this summer, and a reason you’re going with the specific people in your group. Sometimes the service you’ll do isn’t what you expect it will be; it’s finding that Builder in your group sitting alone on the bus, becoming best friends with the local foreman, or sitting and sharing a meal with that family that lives next door to the worksite that will impact you the most. Whatever your particular purpose is, we’re confident that by the end of your trip, you’ll see miracles. It’s time to write your page in the story. Register "Humanitarian XP showed me how easy it can be to make meaningful friendships very quickly if you just jump in and be yourself. It was also an eye opening experience getting to see cultures and people from across the world. Finally, it helped give me some key experiences to build my testimony upon and helped provide an ideal environment to develop my relationship with Heavenly Father." Carson (16) - TexasZimbabwe Builder "I made some of the best and strongest relationships that I have ever had. It helped me realize how good my life is and that I should be reaching out and trying to help others. It also showed me many changes that I need to make in my life if I want to keep feeling joy." Carter (17) - UtahBolivia Builder "Humanitarian XP made me realize my self worth. It made me feel loved and a part of something bigger than myself. Humanitarian XP changed my life in a way that I can’t describe, I feel happier than I did before the trip, more confident and grateful." Laura (16) - TexasDominican Republic Builder Previous Next Perhaps you were made for such a time as this? Further Research HOW DO I PAY FOR MY TRIP? THE DIGITAL DETOX NEVER ALONE. ALWAYS SAFE. (RULE OF 3) What are you willing to give in order to get that? What are you hoping to get out of this experience?