• 0

    South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance

    Plettenberg Bay, South Africa

    SAASA has four sanctuaries: Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary where their mission is to educate all the visitors. They strive to build greater understanding of the primates, birds, apex cats and wild animals in general and the threats and challenges they are facing.

  • 0

    Spiti Ecosphere

    Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India

    Ecosphere is a social enterprise which is a collaborative effort of the local community of Spiti and professionals from diverse backgrounds, with a wide spectrum of skills and experience, effectively spanning the bridge from the general to the niche. The organization’s core mandate is to promote responsible tourism in the valley that not only ensures the conservation of the regions natural and cultural resources but also directly contributes to the overall sustainable development of the region.

  • 0


    New York City, USA

    Sprout provides low-cost supported vacations for adults with developmental disabilities. To keep prices as low as possible, Sprout relies on the talents and hard-work of local and international volunteers. Trip Leaders. Leaders receive a two-day training and then embark on journeys to some of 150 tourist destinations while sharing culture and building leadership skills.

  • 3
    Above $400

    Sustainable Bolivia

    Cochabamba, Bolivia

    Sustainable Bolivia works closely within the community of Cochabamba, Bolivia to connect volunteers with locally run initiatives addressing a huge range of social issues. The organization acts as a middle man to these smaller projects at a very low fee and helps facilitate placing volunteers in good-fit positions for their skills.

  • 0

    TEACH is an organization committed to empowering the next generation of youth leaders in both Africa and the UK. Their field projects are in Tanzania and Ghana and focus on fueling internally-driven change through local change-makers. They work with rural youth to equip and empower them with the relevant skills, knowledge and mentorship to identify & tackle the challenges in their immediate surroundings, uplifting themselves and their community.

  • 0

    Techamos Una Mano

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    Techamos Una Mano works to use light-weight materials and new technology to solve the housing shortage issues in Oaxaca. Several government programs at the federal and state level seek to resolve the housing shortage in Oaxaca. However the large number of Mexicans in poverty makes it impossible for these programs to cover the total population in need. Construction volunteers are needed to help build homes.

  • 0

    Tegar Osellin Monastery

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Tegar Oselling Monasteryis a Buddhist Monastery where monks study about different aspects of Buddhism including phylosophy, debate, meditation, religion and everything that compounds Buddhist monks way of life. The monastery has privileged location at the top of a hill around Kathmandu Valley, on the hill in front of Swayambhu Temple — close enough for if you need to do something downtown but apart from Kathmandu’s hustle and bustle, with privileged views from the valley and mountains, making it an incredible place to be with a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere.

  • 3
    Above $400

    Terra Sylvestris

    Kalamos Island, Levkas, Greece

    Terra Sylvestris is a not for profit non-governmental organization registered and based in Greece and composed of a dedicated group of people driven by the desire to protect the environment through environmental conservation projects and scientific research targeted towards sustainable development.

  • 1
    Under $200

    Tevel b'Tzedek

    Rural Nepal

    Tevel b’Tzedek is an Israeli NGO with aimed at repairing the world locally and globally and working together in impoverished communities to enhance their livelihood, capacity, and well being. This program is only open to volunteers of Jewish heritage between the ages of 20-40.

  • 0

    With two offerings, there’s something for backpackers or volunteers of Jewish descent. The Tevel Fellowship is a seven month-long service program for young Jewish professionals in fields related to development such as agriculture, education, health and media. Tevel b’Tzedek is an Israeli NGO with aimed at repairing the world locally and globally and working together in impoverished communities to enhance their livelihood, capacity, and well being. The exchange program is about community-building and education.