We welcome volunteers from all over the world. It doesn't matter your age, faith, experience or training, if you share our desire to make a difference in Uganda, we hope you'll consider getting involved. There are many different projects you can get involved in. Volunteers can teach, look after children, do medical work in the slums, work in the clinic, participate in medical outreaches, do construction work and even be involved in administration.
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HELPFUL LINKS for Volunteers
Who can volunteer: Anyone is welcome to apply! If you are under 18 you will need to travel with a parent or guardian.
Length of time: The minimum stay for most of our volunteering programs is a week, but we would love you to stay as long as you like!
Application fee - $25USD which covers airport pick up, orientation and administration costs (pay on APPLY page)
Program fee - $20USD per day
This covers 24/7 in country support, placement, accommodation and program fees.
Additional expenses: Visa, flights, travel insurance, vaccinations, in country transportation, souvenirs, in-country trips or tours and spending money.
To pay program fee, click on Buy Now ($20 x number of days, including day of departure if after11am)
Accommodation: Volunteers will stay in a beautiful and safe house. Each room has bunk beds and a shared western style bathroom (with hot water!). There is a very spacious living room and dining area, plus a fully equipped kitchen. 3 family style, local meals provided daily. Volunteers welcome to use the kitchen to cook their own meals if they prefer. Private accommodations are available for an addition cost. The house is currently under renovation. More photos will be posted following completion of the renovation.
Orientation: Is hosted by our local team at the volunteer base. Orientation begins on the morning of your chosen start date and covers everything you need to know for your volunteer program in Uganda – Introduction to Uganda, Culture and Customs, Rules and Expectations, Safety, Language Basics (Luganda), Travel Opportunities and Introduction to Project and Placement. The orientation will also give you a chance to meet other volunteers and swap contact details for weekend travel and socializing.