Be a volunteer
Pages   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20  

Free World Foundation (Ghana) 
A national organization made up of civil society organizations and individuals. It is headquartered at Teshie, a suburb of Accra in the Greater Accra Region of the Republic of Ghana and has offices in all the ten regional capitals.  Visit site
Gawad Kalinga 
Gawad Kalinga, which literally means “give care”, is a non-profit organization that builds houses for poor communities and helps rehabilitate the lives of people in need. The organization is dedicated to eradicating poverty and rehabilitating the lives of people from slum areas in the Philippines and other developing countries.  Visit site
Geekcorps places international technical volunteers in developing nations to contribute to ICT projects. Average volunteer assignment is three to four months. Volunteers and their employers are encouraged to contribute if possible but Geekcorps takes care of all volunteer expenses: air travel, inoculations, lodging and a modest per diem.  Visit site
Get Involved 
Get Involved is a public service campaign launched in December 2005 by the Corporation for National and Community Service in the USA. The campaign aims to increase the number of older Americans engaged in community service and volunteering, tapping into the potentially enormous resource that this generation encompasses.    Visit site
Give Us Wings 
Give Us Wings is a small non-profit organization that works at the grassroots level through community development projects in Kenya and Uganda, offering various volunteer opportunities and volunteer trips to Africa.  Visit site
Global Citizens Network  
Global Citizens Network sends short-term teams of volunteers to communities in other cultures where participants immerse themselves in the culture and daily life of the community.  Visit site
Global Eco-Spiritual Tours  
Global Eco-Spiritual Tours is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization that contributes to educational and health care needs of children in developing countries in our tour area through our member donations.  Visit site
Global Vision international (GVI) 
GVI is a non-political, non- religious organization which combines travel experience with excetptional training and the ability to make a difference. The organization is active in the fields of environmental research, conservation, education and community development all around the world.  Visit site
Global Volunteer Network 
Global Volunteer Network offers opportunities in community projects throughout the world. Programmes range from two weeks to six months and volunteers must be over 18 years of age. Volunteers incur costs of the programme and pay a US $350 application fee.  Visit site
Global Volunteers 
This year-round programme centres around 1-3 week volunteer experiences in rural communities in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central America, Eastern Europe, and the South Pacific. Also offers opportunities within USA. Volunteers have to pay a service programme fee.  Visit site

Pages   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20  
This page can found at: