September 2019

Participate in a Webinar: Volunteering with Restoration Works International in India

2019-09-10T11:22:10-07:00September 10th, 2019|Featured News, India Project|

Webinar: Volunteering with Restoration Works in India 30-minute info and Q&A session UPCOMING WEBINARS: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 @ 5 PM Pacific / 8 PM Eastern - REGISTER Restoration Works volunteers are a vital component of our projects. Volunteers work alongside the crew in hands-on restoration tasks and participate in the community engagement activities, while [...]

May 2019

Restoration Works featured on PreserveCast: Preservation Around the World with RWI’s Melanie Lytle

2019-05-26T06:30:41-07:00May 26th, 2019|Featured News, India Project|

Restoration Works was recently honored to be featured on the popular historic preservation podcast PreserveCast, produced by Preservation Maryland. Listen here as RWI board member Melanie Lytle speaks about how RWI uses national and international volunteer tourism as the catalyst for its mission to help communities around the world protect their cultural heritage sites and [...]

Last call for volunteer trip to Colebrookdale Railroad this summer

2019-05-26T13:35:58-07:00May 1st, 2019|Colebrookdale Project, Featured News|

There are still a few spaces left for our annual Colebrookdale Railroad restoration project this June 28-July 3! Join RWI volunteers as we return to Boyertown, PA, for our second annual trip to Colebrookdale Railroad. We're excited to once again work alongside our partners at Colebrookdale RR Preservation Trust in the restoration of this 1850s-era [...]

January 2019

Celebrate Udaipur’s colorful festivals, work alongside our wonderful crew, and receive 25% off your trip donation

2019-01-14T05:53:24-08:00January 14th, 2019|Featured News, India Project|

April 1-7 (7-day trip) April 1-12 (12-day trip) Celebrate Rajasthan's Famous Festivals Join RWI's volunteer trip to Udaipur in April and your time there will coincide with two of the region's most famous annual festivals: Mewar and Ganguar Festivals. The traditional regional events celebrate spring and love, respectively. They are at their most zestful and [...]

October 2018

Volunteer tour dates for 2019 announced: make 2019 meaningful!

2018-11-06T09:04:41-08:00October 2nd, 2018|Colebrookdale Project, Featured News, India Project|

Won't you join us in India or Pennsylvania in 2019? For over two decades, Restoration Works International has been offering tour participants a remarkable cultural experience exploring the traditions and cultures of the world, with a special emphasis on hands-on service and meaningful relationship building in the communities in which we work. INDIA: BICHLI HAVELI [...]

July 2018

The Haveli Laboratory: July 21-27, 2018

2018-07-04T08:20:02-07:00July 4th, 2018|Featured News, India Project|

RWI friends in India - RWI's partners at the Bichli Haveli Project are offering an opportunity for you to immerse yourself in the everyday and local practices of restoration with Udaipur craftsmen this July 21-27. The Haveli Laboratory is being facilitated by Malvika Mehta, Architect, and Vandini Mehta, Urban Researcher and Architect. Six days of [...]

June 2018

An evening with Gretchen Worth, June 21, 7 PM

2018-06-19T06:22:34-07:00June 19th, 2018|Colebrookdale Project, Featured News, India Project|

June 21, 7 PM Dryden, NY native Gretchen Worth will share about her work and journeys with the charity and the historic spaces they restore. The event is hosted by the Southworth Library Association, 24 W. Main Street, Dryden, NY 13053-0045. Free! For more information, visit Southworth Library Association online. The mission of Restoration Works [...]

May 2018

July volunteer trip to India on sale: 30% off! Save $885!

2018-05-02T11:01:58-07:00May 2nd, 2018|Featured News, India Project|

For a brief time, we've put the July 2-13, 2018 volunteer trip to the Bichli Haveli Project on sale! Join RWI as we work alongside the Bichli Haveli local preservation crew to restore a 140-year-old haveli (traditional house) in India into a community and heritage resources center as the focal point of a neighborhood renewal [...]

April 2018

Theatre for Social Change: arts-based workshop series on sanitation issues at the Bichli Haveli

2018-04-11T13:34:10-07:00April 11th, 2018|Featured News, India Project|

Join Canadian theatre artist & former Waste Warriors NGO Education Manager, Ankita Kumar-Ratta, for a four-day theatre workshop series on how we can use the arts to promote social change at the community level! We will explore issues of sanitation, pollution & keeping public spaces clean through fun, interactive and hands on theatre activities. DETAILS: [...]

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