Now we can choose to travel or stay at home to volunteer

Now we can choose to travel or stay at home to volunteer

We can start to plan to travel again – our volunteer programmes in The Gambia, Morocco, Cambodia, South Africa, Peru and Madagascar will begin to welcome volunteers in situ from late January. (We will be ale to provide dates for specific countries when you contact us)

Many organisations recruiting volunteers for overseas have already been accepting “bookings” for some time. We believe we have a responsibility to be cautious. So we haven’t simply waited for international borders to open but we also want to be confident that we have the correct procedures and protections in place to create as safe an environment as possible for our volunteers and the vulnerable communities they will work with. As a responsible organisation we want to demonstrate respect and provide peace of mind for the communities that host us that we are doing everything we can to protect them during our visit.

The guidelines and rules vary from country to country and from week to week – rest assured that we and our local partners are monitoring events daily – and we will be able to advise you on local conditions as we plan your placement together.

So let’s get planning for your volunteer travel in 2022!

We still need and welcome a vast array of skills and experience – from gardening to classroom support to business mentoring to community healthcare

Can’t or don’t want to travel? Our programmes in The Gambia, South Africa, Morocco and Cambodia still need and welcome e-volunteers – take a look here at what you could do from your own home – perfect if travel is not for you at the moment.

Remember – if you have evolunteered with us you could qualify for as much as a 25% discount on your volunteer placement – and as much as 30% if you choose to e-volunteer again

To see more about the programmmes that will be able to host volunteers next year take a look at these links:

The Gambia education

The Gambia – business and tourism



South Africa



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