Teaching new skills to children to improve their own fitness and techniques in a range of different sports
For volunteers hoping to learn about shona culture, participating in a Zimbabwean immersion program is the way to go. Your classes will be taught completely in English.
You can volunteer on a care placement as part of a gap year, a summer vacation, a career break, as part of an extended vacation, or during your retirement.
No previous experience is required, so you may join this project on a gap year, career break, or volunteer vacation as a family.
We'd love to hear from volunteers with musical instruments and capabilities to share and play music with our children.
Assist with newsletter, media, blogging, film/ documentary, mailings, web design, promoting events and other projects.
By volunteering with us you will help making a difference by providing disadvantaged children with the support they need.
We need a savvy handed videographer with digital marketing know how to promote our projects.
Volunteers will provide much needed assistance to the children and community healthcare system! This project it's about gaining experience in medical work in Zimbabwe.
Work with the the less privileged families in local communities of Sakubva and Chikanga.
On our business projects you will work alongside experienced professionals as well as less qualified individuals who will benefit from your guidance.
Come and assist our local workmen to build a school and community buildings.
We're looking for volunteers to give us a hand in our preschool and child support centre. The centre supports the less privileged children in our Township.
Coaching is a great way to benefit the youth, while having fun and developing leadership skills yourself.
Help in a community project, working alongside locals and helping counseling and homework for the orphans living in Sakubva Mutare.
Is a registered charity-volunteer organization working with less privileged families and several schools in Zimbabwe.
We provide volunteer opportunities to people around the world who want to become part of our volunteer community in Zimbabwe. Whether you are new to volunteering, or a relatively experienced volunteer, we believe that everyone has a part to play, as long as you have the desire to help.
It’s all about working in another country, making friends, gaining
insight and cultural exchange that is difficult to obtain any other way.
Our program provides you with personal development and an in-depth experience of another country.
You are advised to come prepared, show initiative, and be self-motivated.
For the best experience we would recommend a volunteer placement of 1- 12 weeks. In our experience, it takes about 4 weeks to get used to a country and culture; by the fifth week you’ll feel more relaxed in your environment and will start to really get involved in your volunteer work. For the next 8 weeks, you can enjoy your project and make a real difference in the community you are helping while having time to travel and explore the country.
Volunteers learn from their chosen placements and from the people they meet and vice versa. Mutual learning and mutual respect is what cultural exchange is all about.
And we welcome ideas from potential volunteers too; if a volunteer has an idea for a new program, we will do everything we can to enable them to work in their own way. We will cherish their ideas and we will meet their requirements. We believe that flexibility on our part is a necessary consequence of our respect for our partners and our respect for volunteers.
We offer exciting short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities in Zimbabwe Africa. Our volunteer placements are open to people of all ages and backgrounds, regardless of nationality or qualifications. Volunteers certainly gain an amazing life experience from their participation in our placement program. The unique thing is we allow volunteers to 'sample' all the tasks being offered, and we recruit new volunteers all the year round.