✨Each of us are on this hard journey called life✨. Let’s not beat around the bush, our journey’s can be extremely challenging in every way, but it can be so much harder for others ? #begrateful. On my own journey I am searching for something, I’m searching for hope in suffering, searching
Proud Charity & Non Profit Org
Established in 1989, Involvement Volunteers International are pioneers of Volunteer Overseas experiences. Together with our many partners worldwide, our mission is to Educate, fight poverty, improve health and empower change through sustainable volunteer work in developing communities abroad.
As a Non Profit Org, we’re not motivated by profits, we’re focused on helping people. We fund-raise for materials so that our impact is significant and lasting in the communities we work with.
33 Years Of Volunteering Abroad...
And still going strong thanks to the 25000+ volunteers we’ve successfully placed worldwide since 1989. IVI offer a range of standard and specialized programs in childcare, teaching, medicine, nutrition, public health, construction, conservation, agriculture and more!
A volunteer travel experience offers a unique opportunity to learn and grow and can be truly life changing for all involved. Our carefully selected programs are designed to help you actually make a difference.
We have an excellent safety record, in-country round the clock support & emergency assistance.
Secure, safe and clean accomodation. Stay in a homestay for an authentic experience!
IVI have successfully placed over 25,000 volunteers in overseas projects.
We audit our projects to make sure they are ethical and meet long-term goals.
Travel with purpose
Explore. Enjoy. Give Back with IVI
Featured ProjectCommunity School Development
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- Help educate & feed children living in one of the poorest regions in India. Experience Bodhgaya, the most sacred buddhist pilgrimage site in the world!
- In Country Transportation
- 3 meals p/day
- In-country 24/7 Support
- Meaningful Volunteer Projects
Latest on the Blog
Here is Rosie’s review of the culture week, in preparation for her stray dog project in the beautiful Nepal! … What did you accomplish in your program this week? Getting to know more about the culture and city. Explored less touristy areas and prepared for volunteering program. How was your
My experience has been great so far me and Amelia have really enjoyed it being able to teach the kids art and English, play football with the students and even did swimming lessons for the kindergarten children in the sea. We definitely feel at home with the family here in
Highlights of the trip: Travelling with Carrun and just a small group of girls who were all amazing….going around the Mamanuca Islands and working in different communities each day was really cool. Comments on the team, food and accommodation: Epic team and i’d love to volunteer again with the same