Volunteers are welcome to teach English or maths, be tutors for individual students or small groups, coach sports, help to prepare lunch and play games with children.
Mission humanitaire gratuite
Help young Vietnamese individuals in improving their English skills while also fostering confidence, encouraging self-expression, and nurturing their aspirations.
Volunteers will teach English through the internet to left-behind and rural children in rural China between the ages of 7 and 18.
The Volunteer is placed in residential units where they will become integrated with the staff. The tasks range from care-giving, assistance with activities and education
Help taking care of donkeys and other animals in their retirement. WE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY ABLE TO ACCEPT VOLUNTEERS FROM WITHIN EUROPE.
Volunteers will teach English for four weeks at a school in rural China.
This is a long-term volunteering opportunity at our primate sanctuary with a minimum stay of one year, previous experience is helpful but not required.
Help our children in need
Develop educational activities for children and teenagers.
Organization of future fundraising campaigns and promotional events.
The Makuyu Education Initiative is located in the village of Makuyu, Kenya, and committed to helping underprivileged children escape the vicious cycle of poverty.
Help Superlearners learn discipline, perseverance, teamwork, and self-confidence through our structured football program.
Produce promotional and educational material. Design social media and support fundraising campaigns.
Manage the day-to-day marketing tasks across all platforms including social media, the website and specific umbrella organizations.
Volunteer English Teaching in Colombo, Sri Lanka - with no program fees.
Assist with language teaching (English).
Manage the outreach projects including the twice-weekly Eco-Clubs, planning, teaching lessons and daily administration tasks, provide career guidance.
By coordinating our volunteers, you will play a vital role in the everyday running of the sanctuary and be a crucial part in its ongoing development.
The veterinarian will treat sick animals and, preferably, will also do surgeries and castrations.
The General Sanctuary Assistant will help with all and any aspects of the daily running of the sanctuary, including its "Volunteering Holiday Programme".