Thai Orphanage Childcare Volunteers

Provide support and care to disadvantaged children who have been abandoned or separated from their parents due to tragic circumstances beyond their control. The orphanages are in serious need of renovation work to improve the standard of living. You can also teach English and assist in gardening and various other highly valued roles.

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This project is available and the information will be posted shortly.  Please contact us with any queries! 🙂

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Primary School English Teaching Thailand

Hi Lauren,    Thankyou and yes I had the most amazing experience! I have attached a few photos we took in Sing Buri, I’ll send some photos of the kids once I get the photos on my phone onto my computer 🙂    Highlights of the trip:   -Interacting with the kids, who are so genuinely excited to see you. …

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English Teaching Thailand

Hello Lauren I’ve sent a few pics. Just the tip of the iceberg really. I have so many more. I just wanted to say a BIG thank you. I am leaving Thailand soon, and I am not the same person I was when I arrived. Just when I thought I gave enough of myself with the work that I do, …

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Feedback on Thailand Volunteering

Highlights of the trip: Being able to ride the bikes through to village to work each day, the flexibility of free time opportunities and the great opportunity to be able to help out through this amazing program.   Being able to see the village and being taken to various locations to visit temples or the markets or shopping centres. was a …

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Thailand volunteering feedback

  Some of the many highlights for me was partaking in the english camp which was a 2 day camp with5 different schools all participating. The kids and all the teachers and especially Kate made the whole trip so enjoyable. Meeting and living with all the other volunteers was also a big highlight. The food was great, especially having lots …

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“The Switzerland of Thailand” Forestry Conservation Project

  And this week, I was up for the Forestry Conservation project in central Thailand, planting trees and digging holes. I was a bit scared. Forestry Conservation project means doing field work in a protected park, while surrounded by mountain views. The goal is to help conserve Khao Yai National park; a massive reserve covering part of four provinces in …

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