in Honduras: A Country to Suit Every Travel Taste by
Sasha Arms for an excellent overview and detailed resources.
| A Broader
View Volunteers Corp
Volunteering with a Non Profit Charity Overseas
A Broader View Volunteers is an U.S. Non
We work in 24 countries with over 245 programs, including
Belize, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras,
Belize, Guatemala, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana,
Zambia, South Africa, Cameroon, Rwanda, Nepal, India,
Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, and China.
With A Broader View (ABV), you'll be immersed in another
culture, collaborate with your host community on a
development project, and work side by side with local
youth while building your own leadership skills.
ABV works year round from 1-week to 12-week programs.
Dates: Ongoing programs, year
round, you choose your dates of arrival and departure.
Cost: From US$895 for one week to US$2240
for 12 weeks (you can tax deduct the expenses).
Program fee includes: personalized Volunteer Placement,
cultural education, meals, accommodation, pre-departure
guidance, 24/7 country staff, tax deducted fees,
the option to fundraise within our website, and
Contact: A Broader View Volunteers Corp,
236 Glen Place, Elkins Park, PA 19027.
Tel.: 866-423-3258 or 215-780-1845 (US),
(020) 3289-9896 (UK), (02) 8003-3474 (AU).
Fax: 215-887-0915 / Skype: Abroaderview.org
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
| Make a REAL
difference in Honduras — From just US$190!
Love Volunteers provides individuals with
the chance to travel abroad and immerse in a new culture,
while participating in projects that provide help
where it is needed most. Join the world’s fastest
growing independent volunteering organization for
a truly memorable experience volunteering abroad in
Honduras. All volunteer projects are responsible,
safe, and affordable! Visit our website to check out
our range of community-based projects and find out
how you can make a REAL difference!
|| Dates: Flexible/Open
Cost: Program fees start from just US$190!
Contact: Love Volunteers
Tel.: US: +1 415 800 4993, UK: +44 1865 522
688, NZ: +64 21 443 243
Volunteer Abroad in
Honduras – United Planet – 6 or 12 Months
United Planet's Quests offer volunteers
the opportunity to learn, teach, work, engage and
immerse themselves in a culture outside their comfort
zone. Ages 21-35 are invited to enroll. Live in
Honduras for 6 or 12 months and volunteer in a
healthcare facility or a day care center, organize
sports recreation programs, teach English, work
with disabled youth, and more! Volunteers live
with a local host family, participate in cultural
activities and excursions, and receive 24/7 support
– a true immersion experience that allows you to
build relationships that last a lifetime.
Dates: Quests depart in January
Cost: Varies with duration of your stay.
Please visit our website for details.
Contact: United Planet, 11 Arlington
St, Boston MA 02116, USA.
Volunteers work with street children in Mexico
City, Guatemala City, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and Managua,
Nicaragua for six to 12 months. Email contact addresses
for the different branches may be found on the website.
EcoLogic Development Fund
Recruits university students and professionals to work as
interns and volunteers in Central America, in the fields
of conservation, community development, and social justice.
Relevant expertise and knowledge of Spanish is normally
needed for minimum 3-month attachments to partner organizations
in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa
Rica, Panama, and Peru.
Contact: email@example.com, www.ecologic.org.
SCI (Service Civil International)
SCI is an exchange organization
that sends volunteers on 2-3 week international work projects
and long term 3-12 month opportunities in over 50 countries,
including Honduras. For all overseas camps the fee is US$235.
Workcamps include shared accommodations, group self-cooked
meals and basic health/accident insurance, without additional
cost, unless otherwise noted in the camp description. SCI
promotes voluntary service to impact social, environmental
and humanitarian issues.
Visit: www.sci.ngo for