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Volunteer in South East Asia doing Construction work

Kep Gardens Association

Accommodation Meals
99% response rate , 22 hour(s) response time.
Vocational centre teaching various skills to help the local village youth gain employment.

Thailand Teach

Bang Rachan, Thailand, South East Asia.
Accommodation Meals
100% response rate
Local volunteers working together with rural temple schools and our community in Thailand.

ONE THOUSAND HARPS FOUNDATION, INC.

Volunteer in financial, health and/or education sectors around Philippines!

Restoring many lives..

The Little Farm Friendly Project

Ratchaburi, Thailand, South East Asia.
Accommodation Meals
74% response rate , 53 hour(s) response time.
If you are a cheerful person, who loves animals and are happy to live a simple way of life while learning about sustainable farming and traditional thai culture.

Zero Waste Management Education, Demonstration and Research. Sustainable Business Development

Volunteer Building Cambodia is a registered NGO in Siem Reap, Cambodia - the primary aim of which is to improve the living conditions of local families in need.

we are a charity organization caring less fortunate elderly

Harvest Training Cambodia

Come volunteer in a Christian organization that helps children learn and develop positively!

Svay Rieng, Cambodia, South East Asia.
Accommodation
We are a non-denominational and non-profit organization formed to help fulfill the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:18-20). The organisation was officially registered with the government in October 2012. Since that time, we have expanded to include ministry that helps a children

Persatuan Sahabat Buku Malaysia

Passionate about books & literature? Empower the communities in Malaysia to be as well!

Accommodation
Our program focus on collecting and redistributing donated books and other reading materials to people who do not have access to them.

Children with Hope for Development (CHD) is a grass roots non-governmental organization in rural Cambodia whose objectives is to provide free education to poor and vulnerable children in Takeo Province.


Latest Reviews


Mirjam and Elize reviewed by Mirjam Hijman
"We really loved helping at Kep Gardens! Me and my 10 years old daughter were at Kep gardens for almost 3 weeks in August. We were really so positive surprised by all kind of initiatives that are developed there to raise money and help the kids and local community. English Teaching, conversation lessons, a library, day care in the morning for the little ones, a garden to grow own food, a terrace (under construction) where it is planned to sell home made beverages en products form their own garden to tourists who visit the National Park near by, plans to house big groups and so on and on. Janine and Andrew are very much driven to help the local kids to get a better future and need your help and funding! For funding it is a good choice: we really think that their contribution to the area is big because the quality of teaching is very high and a lot of children learn to read and speak English every year. This is very good for their job opportunities since tourism is growing. But also helping at Kep gardens is a great choice: the program is situated beautifully near a national park in between rice feels. It is a very good project to go to with your family or as I did with children because of the variety of activities you can help with. Elize and I were very grateful we could help together at such a great project as Kep gardens! "
19 days ago

Thailand Teach touches hearts in ways that go beyond words can explain reviewed by Farzaan Merchant
"Dear Sir / Madam,
I had volunteered with an organization called Thailand Teach in Chanasood, Singburi, Thailand. I truly believe it is an organization that needs to be known and appreciated for all the good work they are doing without much funding or support. I am going to give an account of my experience below. -

My Experience -

Volunteering with Thailand Teach is an experience of a lifetime especially since the two people that run it are such wonderful, loving, caring and compassionate human beings.


I had been interacting with Robert Newton Jr for a few months while looking up for a job in Thailand in 2014. Was keen on volunteering and helping society once I got there. Little did I know that the school that had hired me would suddenly dump me even though I had bought my tickets and got the visa etc to start working there. I informed Robert about my situation and he along with Chompoo tried to talk to that school on my behalf. Anyway may be it was destiny that the above happened. I landed in Thailand and went straight to Thailand Teach and volunteered with them while I kept looking for jobs. Both of them took me in like I was a family member and not a volunteer. The complete Thailand Teach household and all the people around are so welcoming and some have downright colourful personalities like Mr. Dang (a wonderful human being). Though it is not what they do or deal with Robert and Pi Chompoo helped me look out for jobs as well as drove me down to the immigration office in Bangkok (155kms one way) and back not once but twice. How many people would spare their time and effort for someone else?? They even helped me make a wing chun dummy from wood to train with as well as let me kick down a lot of their banana trees while training and I would still get a share of bananas when they were harvested. The list of things that they have done to make my stay there comfortable is actually very long and exhaustive
I came as a volunteer but soon I became like a member of their family. It was the way I was looked after and cared for that truly touched me and has had a deep impact on me as a person. I may have returned back but a part of me still resides in Chanasood with all the wonderful people, the lush green rice fields that I could see from my room,waking up to the beautiful chirping of the birds every morning, the love and friendships that had nurtured over time, the organic vegetables, the peace and quiet.

I can never ever thank Robert, Pi Chompoo, Mai, Ta, Toon, Nick, Egg, Sai, Fa, Dang, Jack, Nut, Noon and many other residents of Chanasood who have done much more for me than I did for them. All i can say is that -
Thailand Teach Keng mak lae khrab ( Thailand Teach is very good) ,
Khon sai Thailand Teach dee mak tee sud khrab ( the people at Thailand Teach are the best) ,
chok dee samer khrab (wishing them good luck always)


Regards,
Farzaan Merchant
www.jukaado.com
www.transcendspiritually.com
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