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    Consorcio Oaxaca

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    The Consorcio Oaxaca’s mission is to promote the recognition of women as full citizens, to promote the development of a just, pluralistic society and to strengthen the rule of law. The organization runs awareness programs in the city, as well as programs, counseling, and more. High level Spanish language abilities is a must.

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    Under $400

    Corcovado Foundation

    Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

    The Corcovado Foundation sea turtle conservation and volunteering program offers the opportunity to actively participate in the conservation of endangered sea turtles in Costa Rica’s spectacular Osa Peninsula.

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    Under $200

    The Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation (Fundación Humanitaria Costarricense) strives to offer a better quality of life for all those it works with. The organization supports at-risk and special needs populations so they have more choices for their future. The organization needs volunteers in a wide range of skillsets to volunteer on a range of projects at poverty eradication and family well being.

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    Under $200

    De La Gente

    Ciudad Vieja, Guatemala

    The De La Gente volunteering program creates a hands-on learning experience about life in Guatemala with families of small, independent coffee producers. Volunteers provide support to poverty-reducing, sustainable economic development projects. De La Gente strives for a collaborative relationship between volunteers and the families and communities with whom we work.

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    Destiny Foundation

    Kolkata, India

    Destiny Foundation is combating sex trafficking and slavery through the economic empowerment of women. The Foundation has two divisions – Destiny, the charitable wing and Reflection, the social business wing – which work in tandem with each other to enable the women to overcome their disadvantaged situation and become self-sufficient so that they never feel the compulsion to return to the sex trade.

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    Under $400

    DUNK – Developing Unity, Nurturing Knowledge – was founded in 2011 to give children from deprived communities a sporting opportunity. It is a youth-led, community-based organization providing a safe space for children, to play, socialize, grow, and learn. Through the combination of basketball coaching, after-school tutoring, life skills training and mentoring, and educational scholarships, the young student-athletes of DUNK are encouraged to take leadership roles in their communities and to excel in and out of the classroom so to maximize their potential and become agents of change.

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    The Education for Development Foundation (EDF) ensures that children are given the education they deserve. The foundation works in Northern (Issan) Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. The people behind EDF believe that childen, especially those in poverty-stricken areas, are entitled to equal opportunities for education.

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    CENIT is a non-profit, nongovernmental organization dedicated to the eradication of child labor by helping working and vulnerable children, especially girls, and their families, to overcome extreme poverty and improve their quality of lives through recreation, medical, social, and psychological services, nutrition programs, education and vocational training. Today, CENIT has a primary school, a drop-in tutoring center, a vocational high school, a street outreach program, an adult education program and a health clinic.

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    El Hogar Dental Clinic

    Tegucigalpa, Honduras

    El Hogar started in 1979 with five little boys. Five members of the Episcopal Church in Tegucigalpa felt moved to address the deplorable situation of the countless children abandoned to the streets. In the years since, nearly 1,000 students have graduated from El Hogar, which has grown to include four campuses: an elementary school, a Technical Institute, an Agricultural School, and a Girls’ Campuses.

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    El Puente—The Bridge

    Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

    El Puente—The Bridge is an organization started by an American couple with the intent to help the indigenous people surrounding Puerto Viejo de Talamanca on the Caribbean shore in Costa Rica. These people, the Bribri people, live drastically under the poverty line. The organizations works directly with the locals on a range of projects; volunteers are able to provide help in a huge range of niche skills.