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Volunteer in Europe doing Construction work

We are developing ecotourism around Lake Baikal to help local communities while protecting unique ecosystems and wildlife.

75% response rate , 12 hour(s) response time.
Social inclusion of adults with intellectual disabilities

Bhubesi Pride Foundation

North Petherton, United Kingdom, Europe.
Accommodation Meals
100% response rate , 5 hour(s) response time.
Bhubesi Pride Foundation assembles teams of committed volunteers to carry out annual rugby coaching expeditions, using the sport as a tool for education and development in Africa.

Currently Not Seeking Volunteers
The Orangutan Foundation is a UK registered charity working to conserve the threatened orangutan and its globally important habitat, the tropical forests of Borneo and Sumatra. Since its foundation in 1990, the Orangutan Foundation has developed a diverse range of programmes.

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What would it be like to meet the Siberian Santa Claus? reviewed by Graeme Whitty
"I thoroughly recommend volunteering for the Great Baikal Trail (GBT) non-profit organisation. It is a well established outfit with good logistics and organisation. Summer and Winter projects are varied and well planned. If you don't speak Russian but can communicate in English then do not fear as each project has an interpreter the whole time. Russia is an amazing country and spending some time volunteering for GBT is one way to get to know the people of this great country, to experience rich culture and see some wonderful scenery and wildlife. I have volunteered for summer and winter projects and also spent some time volunteering in the GBT office which is another option. The GBT staff are very welcoming, friendly, supportive, kind, and truly passionate about ecology. They welcome volunteers from all over the world as well as across Russia. There is a great sense of camaraderie fostered on GBT projects and you will have an opportunity to build some special bonds with volunteers from across the world. You can find out more and what it was like to meet the Siberian Santa Claus at http://graemewhitty.com/great-baikal-trail-project-february-2017"
on 11/05/2017