We work with not-for-profit organisations across Wales to host residential voluntary service projects, aka workcamps. Open to international and UK participants, volunteers share their time and skills with Welsh communities, contributing to the special historic and natural environments of Wales and promoting intercultural understanding.
Our workcamp partners
- Grayhill Farm, Monmouthshire
- Caerhys Organic Community Agriculture, Pembrokeshire
- Valleys Kids, Swansea
We organise around 6 to 10 workcamps in Wales every year, working alongside dedicated hosts to do work that really makes a difference. Volunteers come from across the world to give their time to Welsh communities, but there are also places on these projects for UK based volunteers. Our Welsh projects are a great way of trying out international volunteering for the first time and can help you to prepare for a more challenging experience overseas.
All of our projects in Wales require leaders, so if you want more of a challenge and to develop a wide range of new skills, we can train you to be a project leader!
Meet Hannah, Laura and other international volunteers who took part in our Welsh projects.