After breakfast, depending on the final project selected for/by you, you will walk to the center of town or to the school to begin your service project. If you have expertise in music (especially keyboard or singing), IT (specialty programs), art or sports (swimming, softball or basketball), it is likely that you will be volunteering at the private primary school.
If you have expertise in teaching ESL and are proficient in writing and explaining grammar, it is likely that you will spend your days at the Secondary School for the Gifted, where they have all studied English but need native speakers to work or practice with.
If you prefer a bit of manual labor, there would be the possibility of working at the Center for Blind and Visually Impaired Children by helping to re-paint the facility, working on the grounds or in the garden, planting trees, or refinishing old furniture for reuse at the Center. In addition, music is a very important element in the ongoing lives of these children and any music you are capable of playing will be greatly welcomed along with your improvising other recreational opportunities.
There are other options for you to consider as well. You might help at a small orphanage run by Catholic Sisters (there are about 20 children) - helping cook, play with the children and/or helping to teach them conversational English.
Finally, there would be the opportunity to work at the Job Resource Center or the kitchen located at Tam's café (a micro-loan credit program that was started by GCSF to employ people with hearing loss).
In the evening, those interested may join in the activities at the local English Club.