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GAP YEAR | VOLUNTEER ABROAD | WORK EXPERIENCE OVERSEAS

 

FAMILY VOLUNTEERING PROJECTS OVERSEAS

Volunteering as a family can be life-changing and unusual. It'll certainly be rewarding for parents and children ... and definitely enjoyable and unforgettable!

We have carefully selected projects that will give you the maximum rewarding experience and enjoyment and which are safe and best suited to young children. These aren't "contrived vacations" where you do two or four days of volunteering and 12 days of sightseeing. They are our regular volunteering projects where our volunteers bring genuine benefit to the community, all year round. You and your family will make a genuine contribution.

You'll also have lots of free time to explore and thoroughly enjoy your new cultural environment. Your weekends are your own and you should have a reasonable part of each afternoon free as well.

We generally accept children aged 4 and upwards, though they may need to be a little older on certain projects. We can also deal with your application on a case-by-cases basis in order to tailor something to suit your particular family. Please give us a call (1-603-574-4935) or email us (info@travelersworldwide.org) to discuss any requirements you may have.

Prices can range depending on project and location, but usually children aged 15 and under will get around 30% discount. We have a range of specially selected projects for families in these countries:

  • Cambodia (from 1 week or longer)

  • India (from 1 week or longer)

  • Peru (minimum 2 weeks, and then in segments of two weeks, i.e. 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks ...)

  • South Africa (from 1 week or longer)

Make a difference ... get the family involved! 

Got any questions? Please email us:
info@travelersworldwide.org



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