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Volunteer in India for the Environment

Himalayan volunteering opportunities

Rishikesh, India, South Asia.
Accommodation Meals
97% response rate , 31 hour(s) response time.
We are a group of like minded people working together to make a change into the society through various developmental projects. Our volunteering program includes working with primary schools, running a farm stay and developing an eco village

100% response rate
A non-profit organisation working for empowerment of women and children in Puducherry, India

Sadhana Forest India

Auroville, India, South Asia.
Accommodation Meals
88% response rate
Our main project is the reforestation of 70 acres of severely eroded land.

We are charity working benefit to education, health, livelihood, women empowerment


Srivilliputtur, Virudhunagar Dist, Tamilnadu, India, South Asia.
Accommodation Meals
We are for women and child development and rights in participatory method....

India Volunteer Care

Puducherry, India, South Asia.
Locted in Puducherry, India is involved in bringiing skills and knowlege to the people who need thorugh international and local volunteers

Silver Earth India

Gurgaon-122002, India, South Asia.
Accommodation Meals
67% response rate
We are an organisation which is dedicated to the tasks of eco-welfare and spreading environmental awareness

New Life Foundation

Dumka, India, South Asia.
Accommodation Meals
We are a Non-Profit Mission situated in the rural tribal area of Dumka District, providing Education and Healthcare

Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti

Udaipur, India, South Asia.
Accommodation Meals
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti is Registered Charity working in India from last 35 Year. We are working with Rural Community and Tribal Community.

SWADD - Society For Women And Downtrodden Development

Help local communities learn technical skills!

Society For Women And Downtrodden Development

Latest Reviews

voluntariado reviewed by
"hola soy enfermera. me gustaría hacer voluntariado, enfermera , musico. 4 experiencia , actual trabajo en Italia cirugía."

A lot of heart reviewed by Rachel
"I first volunteered with Prime Trust for a summer as a college student in 2011. I made such good bonds with the staff and became so attached to their work that I returned again in 2014 with my husband. I found volunteering with Prime Trust refreshing compared to other agencies I had looked at, the prices are reasonable and having been there I know a large portion of that goes to support the NGOs programs in the community. I also enjoy that Prime Trust is a stand-alone organization, it isn't tied to any larger NGO or headquarters far away. Prime Trust is in Pondicherry, India responding to the needs there in every way they can.

The staff at Prime Trust are very open and supportive. It's a very flexible program, and volunteers can determine what projects they what to get involved in depending on their length of stay and interests. Many volunteers even develop new programs or methods, which staff encourages.

Personally, my two times with Prime Trust I taught English at the evening school and helped with their website and some fundraising/grant writing efforts. I lived with volunteers who spent time with the children in the orphanage, organizing fun field trips like swimming lessons, and other volunteers were their for research purposes and wrote their graduate papers regarding Prime Trust's microfinance program.

The staff are excellent at taking care of you while you are away from home as well. I was taken care of when I got sick, and checked in on regularly to make sure I was settling in okay and had everything I needed. Pondicherry itself is a great city with good food. Prime Trust housing is within walking distance of some great street vendors and if you're really ready to walk you can make it to some excellent restaurants and the French Quarter.

Overall, Prime Trust truly became a home away from home for me and I learned so much in each of my volunteer experiences with them. The staff truly are working to help the needy in their community, and their openness to new ideas and help from international and domestic volunteers makes it a very exciting place to be."
on 23/04/2017