As an IVHQ NGO Support volunteer, you will be making a lasting impact, using your experience and contributions to help further the reach and goals of the local NGO. You'll have the choice of working in a variety of environments across 5 destinations around the world. The positive initiatives and impact made by Non-Governmental Organizations is often limited by their financial and staffing resources, particularly in developing countries. Volunteers may take on a range of tasks including general administration, IT, grant writing, research, fundraising and teaching English.
Discover below 5 NGO Support projects currently available to IVHQ volunteers. You can find the rest of the options on IVHQ's NGO Support page
- Ecuador: The focus of IVHQ's partner organization is on improving outcomes for the children of Ecuador. Volunteers provide assistance with the operational workload, to enable them to widen their reach and help more children.
- Italy: Volunteers working with NGOs in Naples have the opportunity to assist with work in the fields of community development, child and youth welfare, immigration and migrant support, and human rights. This project is well suited to volunteers who are highly motivated and self-driven.
- New Zealand: Combine your passion for the environment and NGOs in this exciting NGO Support volunteer project! New Zealand is well-known for it’s natural landscapes and volunteers may help with organizing community events such as beach cleanups and tree plantings, education campaigns, networking and communication, organizational development and research.
- Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh: As a motivated and resourceful international volunteer you will be working on placements in local NGOs in the following sectors: public health, community development, sustainable development, women's empowerment, economic empowerment and natural conservation.
- Cambodia: IVHQ’s partner organization works with a network of over 40 local NGOs with volunteer placements available in the following fields: community development, human rights, health and HIV/AIDS awareness, gender issues, environmental issues, and education.