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Volunteer Opportunities in South Asia

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Volunteer in Teaching related activities

Pyunli

Pyunli was registered in Nov 2015 (Regd No-21/2015-2016) which believes in the process of social change through child education & women empowerment. Promoting volunteerism to build an international network. Area of function is a small town of Uttarakhand named Gauchar, 05 hrs drive from Rishikesh.

KENOSIS FOUNDATION - INDIA

Kenosis Foundation (KF) is a not-for-profit organization and registered (Reg # 166/2013-2014) on 29th June 2013, under Sec.7 of the Indian Trusts Act 1882. We focus on rural areas and support women and children of widows, single moms, victims of abused and physical harassment, and disadvantaged.

Volunteer in Childcare

Volunteering With India

Volunteering With India is a NGO Non-Profit Government Organization which is registered under Rajasthan, Indian Society Registration act 1958.

Himalayan volunteering opportunities

Group of like-minded postitive thinkers with strong feeling to perform our 'dharma of righteousness'

Volunteer in Animal Care

Mithila Wildlife Trust

A charity conserving natural resources and wildlife in Nepal. Our activities includes 1. Environmental and wildlife awareness activities, 2. Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation activities, 3. Sustainable management of Dhanushadham Protected Forest and 4. Sustainable development programmes.

Shankar Prasad

Yoga and Meditation Centre, Ashram and Organic Farm

Volunteer in Conservation Work

Ecoreach Foundation

Ecoreach Foundation is a volunteer based organization and our mission is to fight poverty and improve the living standards of people by using volunteers skills to support local communities.

Mana Rishikesh

Mana RishikeshWe are Rishikesh based non profit organisation working for underprivileged children,street children and local people.We are all volunteers, including the directors,staff and our colleagues,so the money we receive goes towards our charitable activities, not salaries.What motivates us?