Charity Projects and Volunteer Programs in Panama

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About Program

We are currently offering 6 ongoing volunteer programs for travelers to enroll in, ranging from 2 weeks to 1 month from June to September, with the possibility to extend your stay on a week rate basis. No previous experience, skill or knowledge are needed to be part of our programs, only a strong determination to learn, share and lend a hand to make Earth a better home for all her inhabitants.

It's really not enough if we are just posting our discontent in social media, if we want to see things getting better is up to all of us to stand up and go get our hands dirty and take a positive action towards building solutions to the problems our planet is facing today. Here is one of the ways to do it while having fun and traveling the Caribbean coast and jungles of Panama...

From helping the neighbor indigenous village of El Progreso to get their water system repaired to building a community center or creating social and environmental awareness programs for the region

Program Highlights
  • Various workshops, classes and lessons, course completion certification
  • Wilderness/Jungle survival training, course completion certification
  • English-Spanish lessons, course completion certification
  • Accommodation and all meals&snacks included
  • Working hand on hand with US based public charity

Program Reviews

8.5 Rating
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  • Impact 7
  • Support 8
  • Fun 8
  • Value 9.5
  • Safety 9.5
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Yes, I recommend this program

Positive impact and Caribbean beaches

The Ceiba Leaf campus in Panama hosts one of the more exciting charity projects I've participated in. Their multi-faceted and hands on approach to changing lives in remote parts of the world is incredibly unique and the attitude of the staff is second to none. These people enjoy what they do and want you to have a great time as well. Would recommend to anyone looking to get away and work hard to make an impact!

1 person found this review helpful.
Yes, I recommend this program

June 2018 review

As part of our volunteering here we spent time at a local primary school helping to install a new roof and spending time with the kids. We got to experience first hand the type of challenges that are faced when working in these very remote areas with limited resources. But seeing the energy and enthusiasm of the children was great, and the more the program progresses, the more opportunity there will be to improve thier facilities and assist the local community further.

2 people found this review helpful.

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