A Broader View Volunteers Corp

We have seen firsthand the impact A Broader View volunteers make in the communities where they are serving. Volunteers have contributed their time and skills to fix classroom desks, paint walls which would have remained bleak and gray, cleared fields for harvesting and cook meals for hungry children, and read stories to... click to read more!

Orphanage, Teaching and Senior Care Programs

Volunteer Chile

Chile: Orphanage Assistance (La Serena)

In La Serena volunteers support an orphanage/children's center. Currently the center offers nursery to about 20-25 underage children, some of which are orphans and live at the center full time. This is a very proactive project with over 20 babies and toddlers 9 (numbers may change if they are adopted or in foster care). One of the... click to read more!

Community Surveying

Community Surveying

Volunteer for community surveying in Caye Caulker, Belize!

Through this program, you'll ride a bike from house to house on the island, asking residents:

  • How many cats and dogs live there
  • How many are spayed or neutered

Plus, you'll take notes on whether any animals you see look abused or neglected. This program helps further community outreach... click to read more!

Preparing For Your First Volunteering Project Abroad

By: Anne

Preparing For Your First Volunteering Project Abroad Heading out for your first volunteering project abroad is an exciting time, which many volunteers look forward to with mounting anticipation for months. However, it can also be daunting [1] - particularly as you may never have done something so independent or far-flung before. Knowing quite how to prepare can be a tricky task - so here are... read more!

How to Fundraise For Your Volunteer Travel Experiences

By: Anne

Volunteering as you travel is a wonderful way to see the world, learn more about different cultures and ways of life, and really make a difference to the lives of individuals in the countries that you visit. Volunteering abroad is an incredibly worthwhile thing to do, both in terms of the help and support you can provide to communities in need, and your own enrichment and development. However... read more!

100 Miles to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

By: Elena Robertson

My trip to Cambodia got off to a comically disastrous start: my favorite professor from college had come from Australia to Vietnam to visit me, and we were going to Cambodia together for a few days before I headed south for a tan and he west for the temples of Angkor.  Having never traveled in SE Asia before, I was a little apprehensive as to how he would react to the reliable... read more!