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Volunteer Abroad - Lima, Peru

Volunteer near Lima, Peru (Less than 300KM away)

7Elements Peru

Oxapampa, Peru, South America.
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We are a non profit organization organizing service-service programs to connect young leaders from the Amazon and the western world

The Light and Leadership Initiative

Huaycan, Peru, South America.
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We are a close-knit family of volunteers working with the community of Huaycan, Peru to provide empowering educational classes and workshops to women and children.

Karikuy Organization

A travel and tourism organization based out of Lima, Peru


We are a charity working for a sustainable social change through the improvement of mental health.

Sharing dreams Project

Huancay0, Peru, South America.
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Sharing Dreams Project is a volunteer-driven non-profit organisation that works directly with the most vulnerable inhabitants of the Peruvian Andes, and that runs various volunteer projects, focusing above all on improving the well-being of women and children.

We are a charity working on health and education in two municipalities in Lima, Peru. We manage a school and a medical center.

Sociedad y Discapacidad SODIS

Lima , Peru, South America.
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Non-governmental organization that seeks to guarantee the rights of persons with disabilities.


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We promote the rights of indigenous communities and people affected by extractive activities.

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NGO Association for Development, Social and Scientific Cultural Peru "ADSCPERU" is a Non-Governmental Organization Nonprofit Development in Peru.

Seeds Of Hope Peru

Huaraz, Peru, South America.
Seeds of Hope is a Peruvian registered charity that provides a safe and welcoming space for 55 impoverished students aged 6-18.

Choosing to volunteer in Lima, Peru’s capital city has its clear benefits. The vibrant and bustling city has many volunteering opportunities to choose from, and its central position means that it is easy to combine volunteering activities while traveling. 

What started as an immigration wave into Lima at the late 80’s following the attacks of guerrilla groups in rural areas in Peru, evolved into a steady growth in the city and its population. Lima’s quick expansion made the city’s current reality layered, and differences between infrastructures, education, social-economical statue in different areas can be steep. 

Lima architecture and city structure are influenced by its colonial past: French and Spanish styles decorate the city’s streets, that may seem to many of the travelers volunteering in Lima far from the harsh reality experienced in the City’s outskirts and poor neighborhoods. Those willing to lend their skills can find opportunities in construction - renovating public spaces like playgrounds or private housing - education for children and adults and recreational activities, and developing a sustainable infrastructure for social change.