Welcome To Volunteering Abroad

Share your experiences & inspire your friends. Liberate the disadvantaged & spread love.

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Volunteering is something that a lot of us, and obviously you, are interested in doing. The long term effects of volunteering ripple across countries & nations like a pebble in a lake. Most of the time the effects are good, though sometimes they can be bad. The responsibility rests on us. Can we work hard enough to make a positive difference? Will we stand out amongst our friends as somebody willing to make a change? Let’s get the world thinking. Let’s explore alternative roads to happiness. Let’s travel the world, have fun & make a difference at the same time. Let’s get the world volunteering with passion.

Have fun. Make a difference. Volunteer.

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28 thoughts on “Welcome To Volunteering Abroad

  1. Good for you Carl. It takes courage to volunteer in this way, sometimes just to explain it to your own family. My niece spent two weeks working in a “hospital” in Haiti a year ago. Came home exhausted and extremely grateful for the supplies they have in the emergency department where she works.

    We should all remember not only to pray for those involved in this important work, but also to find ways to send the much needed supplies and material aid that these volunteers need to be the blessing on the ground.

    • Thanks mate ๐Ÿ™‚ There’s plenty more info to come so hit subscribe and you’ll be a guru in no time ๐Ÿ˜‰ haha

  2. I couldn’t have come across your page at a better time in my life. I recently have found a love for the world around me and learning all about it. I’ve always wanted to make an impact on those around me so my newest goal in life is to travel and do of good to others. Its awesome to see so many good people in the world! Sending good vibes from Cali! โค ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I just stumbled upon your blog because you were the reader of the month on another blog. I love your transformation and how you have turned everything around to bless those less fortunate….it truly takes a special person to be selfless.

    Thanks for the encouragement ๐Ÿ™‚

    Blessings to you as you continue to make a difference..

    JC

    • Cheers! My favourite memory would have to be living for 2 months without rain with excessive heat then jumping around in the rain with the kids when it started bucketing down! But there’s about a thousand more to mention too.

  4. Hey Carl! Thanks for giving me your card. It was awesome to meet you and Mark at Mt Ruapehu! I’ve been interested in doing some volunteer work OS for a while now hence quizzing you when we met! I was hoping to use my teaching skills to help others less fortunate and experience cultures worlds apart from Australia, Qld. Any info you can send me would be greatly appreciated… Like visas and other documentation needed etc..
    Hope to hear from you soon!
    Laura.

    • Hello Laura. I am very excited to hear your interest! I would love to answer any question you have. It is difficult to give a broad answer on visas etc. unless you specify which country and cause you are interested in giving yourself to. Please email more detailed information to: volunteeringabroadblog@gmail.com and I will happily answer all questions ๐Ÿ™‚ Great to meet you too Laura!

  5. I guess synchronicity brought me here ๐Ÿ™‚
    I hope to find some inspiration/ knowledge from u guys that have done it!
    If I can offer volunteering in this beautiful place, make one person smile, I’m on one life gift to share in others lives ๐Ÿ™‚
    Namaste

  6. Hi Carl!

    I’m doing my final year project on volunteer’s experiences volunteering abroad and I was wondering, if it wouldn’t be too much hassle, if you could get in touch with me to answer some questions as part of the project’s research? You can contact me at rhiggins1991@hotmail.co.uk if you’re interested. Hopefully hear from you soon! Rachel, Ireland.

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