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Voluntary Service for Peace (VSFP) 
Voluntary Service for Peace (VSFP) is an international voluntary youth organization, working for global peace through voluntary service and youth mobilization in India and Sri Lanka. VSFP networks with international and national organizations to promote cross-cultural voluntary social camps and to create global peace through various activities.  Visit site
Volunteer Abroad 
An extensive website from GoAbroad.com, with a searchable database of current volunteer programmes from around the world. Organizations can list for free, as a result you will find local cooperatives and grassroots organizations who cannot afford paid directories.  Visit site
Volunteer Adventures  
The mission of Volunteer Adventures is to create and promote volunteer opportunities that improve the lives of others and the environment in which we live. We seek to achieve this goal by connecting worthy local projects with volunteers around the world. Many local organizations are doing great work in their communities, but don't have the resources required to recruit international volunteers. Volunteer Adventures serves as the link between these organizations and the volunteers needed to make these projects a success.   Visit site
Volunteer Aid Nepal (VAID NEPAL) 
Volunteer Aid Nepal (VAID NEPAL) os a non-government, non-profit development organization, focusing its activities on the progress of disadvantaged, marginaliyed and poorly educated people in Nepal. By organizing local resources, VAID NEPAL functions as facilitator for sustainable development.  Visit site
Volunteer Brazil 
Volunteer Brazil seeks to improve the lives of Brazilian children, youth and adults. It specializes and wholly concentrates its efforts and resources in Brazil through different volunteer projects. Volunteers incur programme costs.  Visit site
Volunteer Canada 
As part of the Canada Volunteerism Initiative, Volunteer Canada encourages Canadians to volunteer with local organizations and communities. Provides a listing of all member Volunteer Centres (about 200) in Canada with contact information, links to their websites and links to other websites that offer volunteer opportunities.  Visit site
Volunteer Exchange Reconciliation for South Eastern Europe 
The Regional Integration through Volunteer Exchanges for Reconciliation in South East Europe (RIVER SEE) Programme team launched a website to foster "east to east" volunteer exchanges within the Balkan region. This initiative is done in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Volunteers programme and several civil society and volunteer-involving organizations.  Visit site
Volunteer for Community Development (VFCD) 
Volunteer for Community Development and Environment Education (VFCD) is a non-government, non-profit organization in Vietnam with a mission to build global community events through local environmental and community services. VFCD provides opportunities that make a difference to the lives of people from all parts of the world.  Visit site
Volunteer for Health (VFH) programme, Washington University School of Medicine 
The Volunteer for Health (VFH) programme, sponsored by Washington University School of Medicine, offers individuals the opportunity to support patient-oriented research at Washington University Medical Center. The overall purpose of VFH is to match interested volunteers with current clinical trials at the medical school.  Visit site
Volunteer for the Visayans 
This Philippine-based non-profit organization places foreign volunteers in community projects and raise funds for numerous educational and poverty projects. Currently, the organization is working with the City Social Welfare Office n constructing a house for street children.   Visit site

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The people you'll meet on these pages are not famous, yet they have touched millions of people's lives through their committment, compassion and courage. They've been baptized as  "trailblazers", "shakers and movers", "disaster responders", among others.  Whatever names they've been called, they have one thing in common -- they've made a difference.