Vacation volunteering - Related links
Lending a hand in Fiji 
Beyond the beaches and luxury resorts is a side of Fiji few tourists know about - Homes of Hope, an organization dedicated to sheltering and protecting women (and their children) who have been forced into prostitution, sexually abused, trafficked and enslaved.   Visit site
More about: Fiji
Pacific Island Jobs 
Listings of jobs, volunteer posts, scholarships and internship opportunities in the Pacific, Australia and New Zealand.  Visit site
VAOPS (Volunteer Abroad Opportunities) 
A web portal with a listing of free and low cost volunteer opportunities in Africa, Asia, North America, Central America and South America.  Visit site
Groundwork (Ireland) 
Groundwork’s focus has been on the removal of the invasive Rhododendron ponticum from Killarney National Park, Co. Kerry. Volunteer workcamps for 2008 will commence on 22 June 2008 for 12 weeks with the last week commencing 7 September.  Visit site
More about: Ireland  Environment
Volunteering on a shoestring (not another toolkit) 
A short, easy to use, step-by-step toolkit for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) organisations wanting to involve volunteers.  Visit site
Greenforce a UK based international non profit organisation, working at the request of the host country and partners. Humanitarian aid, conservation, sports aid and marine conservation round the world for college credit. No experience required as full training provided. Work for and alongside the local partner in groups or individual placements.  Visit site
Alternative travel guide 
Alternative travel can be one of the most educational, inspiring, and exciting things you do in your lifetime. OneWorld U.S. has compiled a list of volunteer and travel opportunities offered by their nonprofit partners to make it easier for potential volunteers to find something that matches their interests.  Visit site
Global Volunteers  
In 1984, Global Volunteers laid the foundation for what became known a decade later as "volunteer vacations" short-term service opportunities on community development programs in host communities abroad. Today, as a non-governmental organization (NGO) in special consultative status with the United Nations, Global Volunteers mobilizes some 150 service-learning teams year-around to work in 20 countries on six continents, and is the internationally recognized leader in this field of work.  Visit site
Taj Global Understanding 
Taj Global Understanding, a non-profit foundation based in the United States, offers volunteer service programmes of 2 to 3 weeks’ duration in India. These are humanitarian projects for all ages and in the areas of education, health, environment, and arts/culture.    Visit site
More about: India
i-to-i offers "reliable and challenging" volunteer projects for people who want to make a difference on their travels. A wide variety of volunteer experiences are available throughout the world, along with quality TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) training.   Visit site

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