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Volunteer in Europe with Children and Local Communities

Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit (CRRU)

Gardenstown, Banff, United Kingdom, Europe.
Accommodation Meals
88% response rate , 32 hour(s) response time.
Formed in 1997, the CRRU is a small non-profit research organisation in northeast Scotland dedicated to the welfare, conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises through scientific investigation, education, and the provision of a 24 hour rescue service for stranded animals.

Lubicka Sport Club

Várda, Hungary, Europe.
Accommodation Meals
86% response rate , 14 hour(s) response time.
We are a family farm raising animals, growing fruits and vegetables. We also organize baby swimming classes and other sporting activities.

Leket Israel’s goal is to rescue surplus food and redistribute it to those in need across the country.

We develope ecotourism around Lake Baikal and cultivate a socially-responsible society through the organization of volunteer and educational projects.

Kibbutz movement

Tel Aviv, Israel, Europe.
Accommodation Meals
93% response rate
The Kibbutz Volunteer Program Center offers working and living on the Kibbutz while learning about the country.

W4W

Esbjerg, Denmark, Europe.
67% response rate , 26 hour(s) response time.
Our ultimate vision is to make clean water accessible to every person alive. We reward donating enterprises with systemized advertisement on social and conventional media through systemized media attention produced through extreme adventurous long distance voyages known as philanthropic pilgrimages.

We advocate for and create awareness on full gender equality in Malta

Konexio

Paris, France, Europe.
Integrating refugees through tech and innovation

69% response rate
We are charity nonprofit organization working for better health, active lifestyle and sports development

ALEH

Jerusalem, Israel, Europe.
100% response rate
ALEH believes that every child, regardless of the severity of the physical or cognitive disability, has the right to benefit from the best available care in order to reach his or her fullest potential.