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    Cloudbridge Nature Reserve and Reforestation Project

    San Gerardo de Rivas, Costa Rica

    Founded in 2002, Cloudbridge Nature Reserve is a private, non-profit cloudforest reserve in the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica. Beginning with the purchase of degraded farmland, Cloudbridge has been actively reforesting the area in order to connect the forests of the Cerro Chirripó National Park with adjacent nature reserves and forested areas. Beyond reforestation work, Cloudbridge is also committed to environmental education and conducting research on the unique and diverse cloudforest ecosystem. Cloudbridge has need of volunteers and research interns, and also welcomes independent researchers.

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    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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    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.

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    Jaguar Rescue Center

    Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

    The Jaguar Rescue Center, located in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, is a non-profit organization that works on rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals and their release into the wild. The main work for volunteers at the Jaguar rescue Center is maintenance of the center and its animals, gardening, laundry, kitchen, feeding and enrichment for animals, special cares for some of them (such as anteaters, monkeys, sloths, and birds), and helping and collaborating with the daily tours.

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    Proyecto San Gerardo

    San Isidro de General, Costa Rica

    Proyecto San Gerardo, founded in 2007, exists to enhance local skills and job opportunities by providing training such as learning English and computer skills for those working in tourism, job opportunities for locals in our coffee shop and scholarships to encourage youth to stay in school.

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    Toucan Rescue Ranch

    San Josecito, Costa Rica

    The Toucan Rescue Ranch’s (TRR) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and when possible, release Costa Rican wildlife. TRR works with a model that focuses on conservation, education and research so a brighter tomorrow is promised to the incredible animals of Costa Rica’s rainforests. As a volunteer, you can assist in the daily activities of running the Toucan Rescue Ranch, or you may offer your particular skills to focus on specific projects.