Appropriate work site attire:
Official GSP shirt. Each person will receive two shirts for the week. They will be washed in order for them to be worn again during the week.
Work gloves. These will be provided; however, you can bring your own if desired.
We will also provide water bottles and small back packs for each person.
Sturdy closed toe, work shoes
Jeans and appropriate length shorts that can get dirty and get paint on them
Light weight, long sleeve shirt to bring to the service site in case it is needed
What to bring for evening sessions and recreation time:
Sandals and/or sneakers
Comfortable, modest clothes (shorts, jeans, sweatshirts, t-shirts, etc)
Bath towel(s) (Please note that we will have the opportunity to shower each day, so more than one towel might be preferred. There will be no facilities to wash towels.)
Flip flops for showers
What to bring for sleeping and bedtime:
Each person will be provided with a standard twin sized air mattress
Sleeping bag or sheets. Consider bringing an extra blanket if you tend to get cold
Appropriate sleep attire (i.e. pajamas, shorts and t-shirts)
Misc. things to bring:
Other toiletries and hygiene products
Medications (Parish chaperones will be responsible for overseeing any medicine requirements. Program directors can help find appropriate refrigeration if necessary.)
Personal journal (optional)
Less than $30 spending money (possibly only needed for GSP gift shop)
A box of cereal or non-perishable food item (we will collect these as our first act of service for the week!)
Things to leave at home:
Other types of technology (i.e. tablets, laptops, iPods, Apple Watches)
Leggings, tight fitting pants, extra short shorts, and low cut shirts are not permitted for the types of activities which will fill our day.
Snacks. We are not allowed to have food outside of the cafeteria. We will be providing full meals and plenty of snacks throughout the course of the day.
Check out the PDF here.