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Globe Aware  
Globe Aware seeks to promote lifelong advocates for a better world and to sustain the world's cultural and natural resources. The organization, together with the local community hosts, develops effective local solutions to global problems in non-religious, non-political, multi-international environments. The aim is to expand and foster cross-cultural peace and understanding between Americans and the rest of the world, to preserve culture and promote sustainability. Globe Aware expeditions provide volunteers the opportunity to live and work side by side with a host community.   Visit site
GoEco 
GoEco is an international volunteer organization which aims to recruit volunteers for worthwhile volunteer opportunities worldwide.  GoEco started in Israel and now operates in over 30 different countries, covering fields such as wildlife protection and ecological conservation, as well as education and community development.  Visit site
GoVolunteer 
An initiative of Volunteering Australia, GoVolunteer provides a searchable  online database of local volunteer opportunities in Australia. Offers free online advertising to not-for-profit community organizations looking for volunteers.  Visit site
Greenforce 
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
Hands Along the Nile (Egypt - USA) 
HANDS is an American 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that is committed to building bridges between the people of Egypt and the US. In addition to its programmes of exchange and dialogue, HANDS also supports projects aimed at bringing socioeconomic stability to Egyptian communities.  Visit site
Hands Up Holidays 
Hands Up Holidays organizes holidays that combine eco-sightseeing with volunteering, giving people the opportunity to have interaction with local people and give something back to local communities through a taste of volunteering.  Visit site
Hatua Likoni 
Hatua Likoni is a community based development organization alleviating poverty, under-education and idleness among children and youth in Likoni, Kenya. Through education, guidance and economic opportunities, Hatua Likoni fosters personal development and self sufficiency among young people while promoting economic development and civil society within Likoni.   Visit site
Health Volunteer Overseas (HVO) 
Health Volunteer Overseas provides opportunities for professional medical persons to train local health care providers, giving them the knowledge and skills that will make difference in their own communities. Volunteers lecture, conduct ward rounds and demonstrate various techniques in classrooms, clinics and operating rooms. They may also be involved in teacher training, curriculum development, and mentoring of students.   Visit site
HelpnTravel Nepal 
HelpnTravel Nepal is a NGO in Nepal that offers volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups. The goal of the organization is to increase the awareness of the importance of teaching programmes, as well as improving the situation of orphanages and provide quality service in health care institutions.   Visit site
Hotline for Migrant Workers 
The Hotline for Migrant Workers is a non-partisan, non-profit organization, working with over 150 volunteers, to promote the rights of undocumented migrant workers and refugees and eliminate trafficking in women in Israel.  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.