DDG Exploration Trip November 8-14, 2018

Exploratory trip November 8-14 2018 The Dominican Development Group conducts exploratory trips twice each year, once in the spring and once in the fall. These trips are intended for mission team leaders and other supporters to become more familiar with the programs...

Mission Teams: A Work of Love and Solidarity

MISSION TEAMS: A WORK OF LOVE AND SOLIDARITY The Rt. Rev. Moisés Quezada Mota Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of the Dominican Republic Posted July 24, 2018 Editor’s note: This is an English translation of an article by Bishop Quezada originally written in...

DDG Partners with BeachCorps

DDG Partners with BeachCorps April 27, 2018 BeachCorps has a motto,”A Little Grain of Sand,” and this philosophy: “A single grain of sand means little. One volunteer’s impact means little; many volunteers’ impact over time means a...

Spring 2018 Exploration Trip – Itinerary

Spring 2018 Exploration Trip April 19-25, 2018 Itinerary An album of photographs taken during this trip is available here. Thursday April 19th– Arrive in Santo Domingo(SDQ): Check-in Bishop Skilton Center Dinner Bishop Skilton Center Lodging at the Bishop...

Hurricane Maria Relief Donations Welcomed

Hurricane Maria Relief Donations Welcomed   As far as is known now, none of the churches, schools, and other facilities of the Diocese of the Dominican Republic sustained damage from Hurricane Maria other than leaks in ceilings and walls from rainfall and some...

The DDG and Dominican Wave – Partners in Grime

The DDG and Dominican Wave – Partners in Grime By Chelsea Reppin Posted June 9, 2017 The Dominican Development Group and Flagler College have launched a soap business in San Marcos in the Dominican Republic. The project is designed to improve the quality of life for...

Jalonga Solar Equipment Ships Out

JALONGA SOLAR PROJECT SHIPS OUT Reprinted with permission from the 03/23/2017 issue of eNews, the newsletter of Christ Church Christiana Hundred Posted April 5, 2017 Christ Church Christiana Hundred (Wilmington, DE) and the Dominican village of Jalonga (click for...