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Volunteer in South Africa for the Environment

One Heart Christian Foundation

Summer 2018 - experience life in rural South Africa with a group from all over the world!

Cape Town, South Africa.
July 15 - August 4, 2018
Experience life in rural South Africa with a group of volunteers from all over the world! Assist teachers in the classroom, help coordinate Outreach Programs, and more.
96% response rate , 35 hour(s) response time.
We are a Non Profit Organization operating on Christian values to help educate, counsel, teach and mentor youth and women in the rural area in South Africa that we serve. We support rural schools through volunteer assistance while providing counselling to youth and women and running youth programs over weekends to promote positive interaction.
Although we are a Christian faith-based foundation, we warmly welcome volunteers from all faiths, religions and walks of life!


Acornhoek, South Africa, Africa.
Our main objective is to fight poaching through fighting poverty

79% response rate
We are a non-profit based in underprivileged communities in Durban, South Africa. These are day centres for children and NOT orphanages. We place children with care givers and or relatives but we still provide support for them.

Aids, TB, CANCER, Differently Abled

100% response rate
We operate marine cruises in order to fund marine conservation in the Eastern Cape.

Happy Toes is a Permaculture Project and grassroots lifestyle training centre.

We are a an Art based organization in the Eastern Cape province in South Africa, we inspired and build communities through story and narrative

Ruliv NPC

East London, South Africa, Africa.
We are a nonprofit, public benefit organisation facilitation all facets of rural and urban socio-economic development activities, including community development, training and mentoring in Agro-ecology and organic household food gardens

We rehabilitate and provide sanctuary to over 500 primates, orphaned, injured, abused, ex-laboratory or unwanted pets.

The WLT focuses on conservation through sustainable development, with particular emphasis on community participation, education and cultural upliftment.

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