Where & How to Volunteer Abroad for Women's Rights (2022)

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It is an unfortunate reality that around the world, conditions exist that prevent women from having equal rights. We've highlighted ways you can help and where you can volunteer abroad in women's empowerment.

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By Lola Méndez

Published October 10, 2021


  • Empowering women around the world can make communities stronger, healthier, and safer.
  • To get involved in volunteering with women’s rights, find a position where you can utilize your skill sets, such as providing reproductive and maternal healthcare, counseling, or teaching English.
  • Some popular countries to volunteer for women's rights include India, Guatemala, Cambodia, Morocco, and Kenya. However, women’s rights is a global issue, so wherever you decide to go, you’re sure to find ample volunteer opportunities.

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It is an unfortunate reality that around the world, conditions exist that prevent women from having equal rights. As a young woman, I decided I wanted to do something about this and became involved in social justice for gender equality at home.

My commitment to advocating for women’s rights took me to India, where I worked pro bono as a communications officer for Sambhali Trust. Sambhali Trust is a UN recognized grassroots organization that’s breaking the cycle of poverty in Rajasthan. The NGO has been making incremental, lasting change for over a decade as they fight to end caste stigma. At Sambhali Trust, I witnessed how women can overcome horrendous circumstances when provided with empowerment tools, skills training, basic education, job opportunities, and financial management.

Women's rights are human rights

Women’s rights are about equal opportunities and fundamental rights for all. Investing in women is fundamental to positive social change around the globe. Women reinvest in their families and communities, usually contributing 90% of their earnings back to those they support (men usually only provide 30% of their salaries to their families).

Contributing to the empowerment of women can make communities stronger, healthier, and safer. With more empowered women, children will stay in school, more families will be well-nourished, and more jobs will be created. The global economy will also prosper, as it’s estimated that gender discrimination globally causes $160 trillion in income loss.

Additionally, one-third of all women have been victims or survivors of violence. 1 in 10 girls around the world, under the age of 20, have been raped or sexually assaulted. Every woman, no matter where she’s born, deserves to reach her full potential. Around the world, gender-based injustice is being combated by grassroots projects, NGOs, nonprofits, and social enterprises.

Why volunteer in women's rights?

There’s an abundance of work to be done by volunteers who want to contribute to a more equal tomorrow. Volunteers are needed to contribute to meaningful and sustainable long-term women’s empowerment initiatives. All genders are strongly encouraged to volunteer and contribute to a more just and equal world.

Volunteers with professional experience in education, counseling, business development, medical care, and other areas of expertise are needed to aid women’s rights projects at home and abroad.

To get involved in volunteering with women’s rights, find a position where you can utilize your skill set to benefit women. Consider how your background can enhance a project -- for example, your skills may be an asset behind the scenes doing marketing or web development, rather than doing hands-on work with beneficiaries.

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There are a variety of women’s rights issues to consider before you select a country in which to volunteer. These include (but are not limited to):

  • Reproductive health & maternal health
  • LGBTQ rights
  • Gender-based violence
  • Economic security
  • Female genital mutilation/cutting
  • Sex trafficking
  • Access to education
  • Malnourishment
  • Hygiene programs
  • Vocational training
  • Microfinance
  • Counseling
  • Legal advocacy
  • English language courses

Where can I volunteer in women's empowerment?

Once you’ve chosen a cause, decide which country has the need for volunteer assistance. Below, we've highlighted some popular locations and projects for volunteering in women's empowerment, but remember: Women’s rights is a global issue, so wherever you decide to go, you’re sure to find ample volunteer opportunities.

Help provide access to education in India

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Although India has the world's largest democracy, many Indian women lack the opportunities to receive a full education. In India, girls are taken out of school at an early age to help at home or marry, while boys continue their education. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer in education for women and girls. Organizations such as Thrive Seed welcome highly skilled volunteers to join them in providing aid to Indian women who face a multitude of limitations and are at-risk for gender-based violence such as acid attacks.

Support families in Guatemala

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Guatemala has one of the highest rates of gender-motivated crime, violence, and femicide in the world. At least 62 women are killed monthly; violent deaths take almost 10 out of every 100,000 women in Guatemala. Indigenous women are suppressed and live in a cycle of poverty in low-income, rural areas. A Broader View Volunteers Corp is a grassroots non-profit organization in Guatemala working to uplift women and empower their independence through a mother-child center. They welcome volunteers throughout the year in their center.

Provide support to violence survivors in Cambodia

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In Cambodia, nearly half of the population lives just above the poverty line on $2 a day. As such, Cambodia is a perilous place for women who are at-risk for sex trafficking, becoming child brides, and gender-based violence.

Although Cambodia has passed progressive gender equality treaties such as the Convention for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the government still lacks the structure to provide assistance to women who’ve survived violence. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer for women’s rights in Cambodia.

Lead professional training in Morocco

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In Morocco, women are legally considered second-class citizens. Domestic violence isn’t a crime; an astonishing two-thirds of Moroccan women have suffered physical, emotional, or sexual violence. Organizations such as the Moroccan Center for Arabic Studies work to increase literacy and offer professional training to women in order to enable financial independence.

Volunteers in Morocco can empower vulnerable Moroccan women by lending their professional expertise to programs that are providing healthcare, shelter, training, and education.

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Spread reproductive healthcare awareness in Kenya

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In Kenya, women face a variety of hurdles. Females don’t receive equal education opportunities and are often married and starting families before they’re 18 years old. HIV infection rates are extremely high for Kenyan women due to a lack of reproductive health knowledge. Kenyan women are also at-risk for female genital mutilation where at least 11% of girls have been victims of FGM.

Many organizations like Village Volunteers are working to improve women’s rights in Kenya and are in need of volunteers to help provide aid, and welcome volunteers.

What to consider before volunteering in women’s rights

Opportunities to contribute to women’s rights programs are available in urban, suburban, and rural areas. As a volunteer in women’s rights, you need to be nimble and open-minded; you must put aside preconceived ideas of what it means to be an empowered woman.

You’ll also need to be prepared to witness situations that you may find difficult and uncomfortable when introduced to the reality of women's lives wherever you are volunteering. The women you work with as a volunteer might be survivors of traumatic experiences such as sexual assault and domestic violence. Before arriving at a volunteer role, be sure to research cultural norms, issues women face, strides towards equality, and current risk factors for women in whichever country you choose to work in.

As a volunteer, you will need to be sensitive when dismantling misogynist systems and should rely on the organization's founders for advice on how to discuss complex and vulnerable topics with beneficiaries. The most reputable organizations will provide volunteers with training, provide reading material, talking points, and a volunteer handbook. Take this advice and guidance to heart, and you’ll be able to do better work as a volunteer.

Before accepting a role volunteering in women’s rights make sure you possess the necessary skills to be of assistance to the charity. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Have you traveled overseas before and visited rural areas? While there are many urban projects that aid women, the organizations in need of the most support are often outside of cities. Working in remote conditions can be shocking for someone who’s used to western amenities, cleanliness, and hygiene.
  • Have you given time to support women’s rights volunteer efforts at home? The most qualified overseas volunteers are those who’ve previously contributed to women’s rights projects. Research local shelters, soup kitchens, helplines, and other organizations where you could volunteer at home before heading abroad. Not only will you contribute to your own community but this will also prepare you to be a better international volunteer.
  • Are you qualified for any volunteer role you want to accept? It’s important to be able to offer high-level skills that can contribute to the organization and enhance the lives of female beneficiaries. Those with tactical backgrounds will want to join projects that offer underserved women’s vocational training, medical practitioners can create health workshops, certified English teachers can help women obtain language skills, financial experts can spearhead micro-financing loan programs, and businesswomen and men can help develop plans for marginalized women to start their own small businesses. Some opportunities will be best served by those with nutrition, counseling, self-help, legal, education, and other areas of expertise. Explain how your skills can be utilized when you reach out to potential organizations. As always, be careful of voluntourism.

No matter what kind of women’s rights volunteer work you do, or where you do it, ensure that you’ll be a responsible volunteer. These are important questions to ask when choosing a women’s rights organization with which to work and in determining whether you’re qualified to make lasting change for the female beneficiaries of your selected project.

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Suggested women's rights volunteer programs

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If you need some inspiration to get started planning your trip to volunteer abroad for women's rights, here are some great programs to get you started:

  • Volunteer for women's rights in Morocco, Ghana, and India with Volunteering Solutions
  • Volunteer in a Girl's Home in Peru with Volunteers Peru
  • Volunteer in Childcare and Women's Support in Kenya with IVHQ

Additional resources for volunteering with women

A few organizations with resources on women’s rights and volunteering in women’s empowerment around the globe are listed here:


The issues that plague women globally may seem endless, but together we can create a world where girls can live freely and safely in peaceful environments that allow them to prosper. Volunteering at home or abroad with long-lasting philanthropic organizations allows us to be a part of a paradigm shift to making gender equality the norm.

Choose a project that aligns with your skills and knowledge obtained through your professional career and then donate your expertise to create a world where women have equal opportunities to succeed. As Hillary Clinton famously said, “Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights.”

This post was originally published in May 2018, and it was updated in October 2021.


How do I find international volunteer opportunities? ›

9 Resources to Find Paid Volunteer Work Abroad
  1. [Get matched with paid volunteer jobs abroad for FREE]
  2. Peace Corps.
  3. WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms)
  4. Become a GVI Trust Scholar.
  5. SVP (Sudan Volunteer Programme)
  6. United Nations Volunteer.
  7. HelpX.
  8. American Village Camps in France.
13 Feb 2019

Does volunteering abroad cost money? ›

Although you are volunteering your time, there are costs associated with your experience in a country that need to be covered. These daily costs include meals, accommodation, transport between your accommodation and placement, airport transfers, and insurance premiums.

Do you need qualifications to volunteer abroad? ›

You don't need any specific skills or qualifications for volunteering abroad on the majority of our projects. You're probably wondering, what use is it to send unskilled volunteers to help in developing countries? Can they really make a difference? The short answer is yes!

Can you volunteer abroad for free? ›

You can apply to a no-fee volunteer project with the Peace Corps, Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO), or United Nations (UN) Volunteers. These organizations don't require a program fee, may cover all of your expenses, including airfare and room and board, and even provide a stipend.

Is volunteering overseas a good idea? ›

Here are a few of the personal and professional advantages of volunteering abroad: You can contribute to changing the world little by little. Gain new skills and work experience while volunteering abroad. Experience new cultures and perspectives while creating lasting bonds.

Is volunteering Abroad good? ›

Not only does overseas volunteer work provide the hands-on practical experience that employers value, it is also an opportunity to meet people of all ages and backgrounds from all around the world and forge professional as well as personal connections.

Do you need a visa to volunteer abroad? ›

Many nationalities enjoy visa-free travel to a number of countries for stays of up to 90 days. If your passport does not meet the eligibility requirements, not to worry. Most – if not all – volunteer travel falls under the category of a tourist visa.

How old do you have to be to volunteer abroad? ›

If you are aged 15 - 16 or know someone who is they might like to do something different and volunteer abroad. There are lots of volunteer work programs overseas specifically designed for 15 and 16 year olds where you can volunteer on a meaningful holiday and enjoy one of the most amazing experiences of your life.

How can I raise money to volunteer abroad? ›

Top 10 Tips to Fundraise for Volunteering Abroad
  1. Choose The Right Project Or Organisation. ...
  2. Decide On A Destination. ...
  3. Have An End Goal With Money You Need To Raise. ...
  4. Work Work Work. ...
  5. Cut Down On Your Current Expenses. ...
  6. Create An Online Blog Or Donation Page. ...
  7. Apply For A Grant. ...
  8. Ask People For Donations.

What skills do you need to volunteer abroad? ›

10 useful skills you'll get from volunteering abroad
  • Teamwork. Most of us work in some kind of team in our normal jobs, but teamwork is a skill that can always be improved. ...
  • Communication skills. ...
  • Leadership. ...
  • Problem-solving. ...
  • Negotiation. ...
  • Responsibility. ...
  • Research skills. ...
  • Planning and organising.
26 Nov 2019

What are the 3 main characteristics of volunteer? ›

Here are a few skills of a volunteer that they live by which can motivate you as well.
  • They Have A Fearless Approach. ...
  • They Have Infinite Patience. ...
  • They Can Think Creatively. ...
  • They Are Eager to Take Initiative. ...
  • They Stay Humble About Their Work. ...
  • They Are Driven by Passion. ...
  • They Can Work In Teams.

What should you not do when volunteering? ›

10 Mistakes Every Volunteer Should Avoid
  1. Not Having an Aim. Are you volunteering for the wrong reasons? ...
  2. Choosing the Wrong Project. ...
  3. Choosing the Wrong Destination. ...
  4. Joining a Short Term Project. ...
  5. Not Being Open Minded. ...
  6. Not Packing the Right Things. ...
  7. Not Getting Ripped Off or Scammed. ...
  8. Not Learning the Local Language.

Why is there a lack of volunteers? ›

The most common reason for not volunteering is lack of free time (about half of Americans cite this as the main reason), and another common reason is that the volunteer schedules and commitments are too inflexible.

What is the biggest volunteer organization? ›

Points of Light is the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service.

Should I pay to volunteer? ›

If you see volunteering as a way of learning new skills, then you shouldn't resent paying some of the costs. Volunteering is a wonderful way to acquire new skills that will be undoubtedly relevant to your career prospects in the future – and it's an incredible way of getting a raw and real insight into a country.

How can I stay abroad for free? ›

How can I study abroad for free?
  1. Find Affordable Study Abroad Programs. ...
  2. Apply for Scholarships to Study Abroad. ...
  3. Seek out Grants for Studying Abroad. ...
  4. Consider Study Abroad Loans. ...
  5. Start Fundraising for Study Abroad. ...
  6. Find a Summer Job. ...
  7. Work AND Study Abroad for Free.
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What is the difference between volunteering and voluntary work? ›

A volunteer provides their services voluntarily. A voluntary worker does not work voluntarily but is under a contractual obligation to provide the services for which he or she is engaged.

How can I do volunteer work? ›

How to volunteer
  1. Decide which causes you care about.
  2. Identify the skills and knowledge you can offer.
  3. Create a volunteer resume.
  4. Determine how often you can volunteer.
  5. Research volunteer opportunities in your community.
  6. Consider using a volunteer site.
  7. Get all the relevant details for the volunteer position.

How long should I volunteer abroad? ›

Three to Six Month Volunteer Programs

A good choice for: experienced travelers and volunteers, semester abroad, recent graduates, and those ready for full cultural immersion or those who want to see a volunteer project to completion.

How do I know if a volunteer organization is legitimate? ›

5 Ways to Tell If Your Volunteer Organization is Legit or Not
  1. You Have Direct Contact with Your Host Organization. ...
  2. You Know How Your Money is Being Spent. ...
  3. You're Not Required to Purchase Flights, Visas, etc. ...
  4. You're Given Guidance about Visas and Important Logistics. ...
  5. There are Qualifications Volunteers Need to Meet.
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What is the difference between volunteerism and Voluntourism? ›

Voluntourism efforts are confined to a much shorter time period than volunteerism, which is typically long-term volunteer opportunities and attached to making a long-term impact on local communities.

What is International volunteer Program? ›

International volunteering is when volunteers contribute their time to work for organisations or causes outside their respective home countries. International volunteering has a long association with international development, with the aim of bringing benefits to host communities.

How many people volunteer abroad? ›

Although it is hard to measure, it is estimated that approximately 1.6 million people volunteer abroad annually, generating approximately $2 billion globally.

What is an example of Voluntourism? ›

Voluntourism is when the primary purpose of the trip is to travel, but includes a volunteer component. For example, you travel to Kenya on safari but spend time — from a few hours to several days — at a Maasai village teaching English. Volunteering is when the primary purpose of the trip is to work or to serve.

Can I volunteer in Europe without a visa? ›

Within the E.U., most nationalities will not need a Schengen Visa to stay for up to 90 days. You can absolutely volunteer on a tourist visa. However, if you want to stay for longer than 90 days -- and are planning on staying in the same country for those 90+ days -- then that gets complicated.

Can I volunteer in Spain without a visa? ›

Do I need a visa to volunteer in Spain? No!

How does a volunteer visa work? ›

CAN YOU WORK WITH A VOLUNTEER VISA? A Volunteer Visa allows you to work for an NGO in Thailand. Plus, this visa allows you to stay in Thailand longer. Furthermore, if you entered Thailand on a tourist visa or visa on arrival, the Volunteer Visa lets you stay for a total of 3 months or 15 months.

Is 70 too old to volunteer? ›

You're never too old to volunteer!

As an older adult, you have a lot of skills and knowledge to bring to the table. Your confidence, expertise, and personal and professional experience will make you an asset and a leader on volunteer projects abroad.

What is the youngest age you can volunteer? ›

It varies between organizations; however, youth ages 13-14 can find a number of volunteer opportunities that they can pursue by themselves. Generally, if you are younger than 13, you will require a parent, or guardian, to volunteer with you.

How old do you have to be to volunteer in Canada? ›

There is no law that requires volunteers to be a certain age. In general, the age requirement for volunteers is left up to the organizations themselves.

What are the best fundraising ideas? ›

14 Easy Nonprofit Fundraising Ideas
  1. Donation Jars. In the age of cryptocurrency and digital wallets, we often forget about cash as a quick donation option. ...
  2. Community Yard Sale. ...
  3. 50/50 Raffle. ...
  4. Bake Sale. ...
  5. Concession Stand. ...
  6. Car Wash. ...
  7. Team Trivia Night. ...
  8. Sports Tournament.
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How can I get money to travel? ›

Here are six effective ways to save for travel fund for your next vacation.
  1. Set a travel budget.
  2. Create a travel savings account.
  3. Set up a recurring deposit.
  4. Declutter and make gains.
  5. Collect travel vouchers.
  6. Convert credit card points.
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What are some good fundraiser ideas? ›

Cheap Fundraising Ideas
  • Scavenger Hunt. Send participants running all around town with an organized scavenger hunt. ...
  • Karaoke Night. ...
  • Donate a Drink for a Cause. ...
  • Afternoon Tea Time. ...
  • Comedy Night. ...
  • Head-Shaving Fundraiser. ...
  • Trivia Night. ...
  • Yard Sale.
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What do you want to get out of this volunteer trip abroad? ›

  1. #1 You can contribute to changing the world little by little. ...
  2. #2 Gain new skills and work experience while volunteering abroad. ...
  3. #3 Experience new cultures while creating lasting bonds. ...
  4. #4 Helping others provides fulfillment. ...
  5. #5 You have a better idea of your personal and professional path.
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What are the benefits of volunteerism? ›

Benefits of volunteering
  • Gain confidence. Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement.
  • Make a difference. ...
  • Meet people. ...
  • Be part of a community. ...
  • Learn new skills. ...
  • Take on a challenge. ...
  • Have fun!

How do you put volunteer work on a CV UK? ›

Add the details of your volunteering under the professional experience section of your CV. Give your experience a title and date range. Describe your role in the program and your main contributions or achievements. Ideally, you should tailor each job application to the role you are applying for.

Do you need a CV for volunteering? ›

Volunteering is a great way to give back, boost your skills, meet new people and broaden your horizons. But to land a rewarding role, you're going to need a compelling CV. Your volunteer CV should highlight your enthusiasm, compassionate nature and relevant skill-set, all whilst being well-presented.

How long should you volunteer to get a job? ›

Resume Deli CEO Joe Terach recommends negotiating your volunteer position as if it were a paid opportunity. Six months in, you should have earned enough relevant experience and gotten enough exposure to the organization and its goals that others consider you a valuable resource worthy of a paid role, he says.

What are the 4 values expected of volunteers? ›

Upholding our Core Values and honoring our legacy of mercy and compassion, we offer hope to individuals and communities.
  • respect & trust. We believe in inherent positive intent, individual dignity, and the power of teamwork accomplished. ...
  • integrity. ...
  • ministry of service. ...
  • creativity & innovation.

What do you put in a volunteer application? ›

The body of your letter should include:
  • Education: List your degrees, majors and the names of the institutions you have attended. ...
  • Experience: Focus on summarizing any professional experience that is relevant to the position. ...
  • Skills: Finally, you should mention any specific skills that are relevant to the position.

What are the three critical components of being volunteer? ›

A strategic approach that integrates the 3Rs—recruitment, retention and responsibility—can help your association create rewarding experiences for volunteers and maximize their contributions to the organization.

How can I volunteer to help Ukraine? ›

To become a volunteer, candidates must register and complete a profile through UNV's Unified Volunteering Platform. Explore how in these interactive or web-based guides, and refer to further available resources, including the Unified Conditions of Service.

Is International volunteer HQ legit? ›

Top Overall Volunteer Abroad Provider: GoOverseas Community Choice Awards. For the last four years, IVHQ has been named the Top Overall Volunteer Abroad Provider by Go Overseas for the highest star rating across the following categories: Impact, Support, Fun, Value, and Safety.

Is Worldpackers legitimate? ›

Is Worldpackers legitimate? Worldpackers is a legitimate online platform that helps travelers find volunteering opportunities around the world. The platform sports an experienced online community and different programs in eco projects, organic farms, hostels, schools, and animal sanctuaries.

What do global volunteers do? ›

Global Volunteers is dedicated to helping build a foundation for world peace through mutual international understanding; recognizing that the mere absence of war is not peace and peace without justice is no peace at all.

Can I volunteer in Poland Ukraine? ›

To provide volunteer support, non-governmental organisations in Poland and in Ukraine should register on the #PomagamUkrainie website, mentioning what type of assistance they can provide and leaving their contact details.

Does Ukraine need medical volunteers? ›

As the war in Ukraine rages on, dozens of U.S. clinicians, medical schools, teaching hospitals, and future physicians are determined to contribute in any way they can. Some volunteers are able to deliver hands-on help. Others are working to send tons of sorely needed supplies and to provide medical expertise from afar.

Are American volunteers fighting in Ukraine? ›

Two American volunteers fighting in Ukraine appear to have been captured by Russia last week, multiple sources tell Rolling Stone. Both men are U.S. military veterans and volunteered to fight with Ukraine's International Territorial Defense Force, or foreign legion, according to the sources.

How do I know if a volunteer organization is legitimate? ›

5 Ways to Tell If Your Volunteer Organization is Legit or Not
  • You Have Direct Contact with Your Host Organization. ...
  • You Know How Your Money is Being Spent. ...
  • You're Not Required to Purchase Flights, Visas, etc. ...
  • You're Given Guidance about Visas and Important Logistics. ...
  • There are Qualifications Volunteers Need to Meet.
21 Jul 2016

Is volunteering abroad safe? ›

While the majority of Volunteers serve without major incident, it is important for you to know that volunteering abroad does involve certain risks, including road accidents, natural disasters, petty crime and civil unrest.

Does IVHQ pay for your flight? ›

We're giving you the chance to fly for free. We believe that volunteer travel is life-changing and we want to help you set off on the trip of a lifetime. For a limited time, if you register to volunteer abroad on any IVHQ program you'll automatically go in the draw to win the cost of your flights.

How much does Workaway cost? ›

Registering with workaway.info is just US$ 49 for an individual account and US$ 59 for a couple account. Accounts are valid for one year enabling you to contact any of the hosts on the host list and access all our other features. Payment can be made by all major credit cards or from your bank account using Paypal.

How much does it cost to join Worldpackers? ›

How much is the membership fee for a year of Worldpackers? The fee to become a Verified Member is currently $49 (US).

What's better Workaway or Worldpackers? ›

What is better, Workaway or Worldpackers? Worldpackers is better for people doing work exchange for the first time, and people that want an active travel community. Workaway is better for experienced travelers and to find more work exchange options around the world.

How is Global Volunteers funded? ›

As a private, non-profit organization independent from government and religious funding, Global Volunteers' programs are financed almost entirely by volunteer contributions.

What does points of light do? ›

The Points of Light Global Network includes innovative volunteer-mobilizing and community service organizations who serve more than 177 affiliates across 38 countries around the world. Together we offer creative, impactful and inspiring ways for people to take action and engage in their communities.

What is global volunteer aiesec? ›

Global Volunteer is an intensive international volunteer abroad experience that enables you to work on projects that impact social issues.


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