Volunteer Travel - See & help the world by volunteering your time. Note that the word "volunteer" is often used loosely by many of these organizations - in that you have to pay money to actually "volunteer". Also visit A Helping Hand, Study Abroad, and University Research Travel
Non-profit organization based in Bolivia, South America, aimed at promoting economic and environmental sustainability while providing global educational opportunities and work experience. Volunteer and intern opportunities and ecotourism projects. Opportunities to study Spanish or local languages (Quechua, Aymara and Guarani) at the Sustainable Bolivia Language School.
inside/out provides life changing travel experiences for people who want to make a difference in the world. Our trips are designed around opportunities to do humanitarian volunteer work on meaningful international projects and are combined with sustainable eco-adventure travel in the local area of the project and people. Humanitourism? is designed to create longer-term relationships between communities and travelers.
is an international non-profit organization based in Boston, MA devoted to cross-cultural understanding and friendship. As featured on CNN, United planet has a diverse range of initiatives, including volunteer programs to over 50 countries
Our mission is to change the face of volunteer travel. Established in 2007, we have grown to become the world’s leading volunteer travel company, working in over 35 destinations around the world and placing thousands of volunteers abroad every year.
We believe in a future where any traveler, anywhere in the world is empowered to make a meaningful difference in the community they are visiting, and we take pride in making this happen.
We’re focused on providing affordable volunteer travel experiences that are responsible, safe and high quality. Our programs heighten global awareness and cultural understanding through the skills and expertise taken by volunteers to their host communities, and through the experiences and lessons that volunteers take back to their own countries and cultures.