“I have never learnt so much in two weeks as I did that time.“ Alex, assistant festival organiser in Spain
What can I do on a workcamp?
Who are workcamps for?Most of our projects are open to anyone currently resident in the UK and aged 18 or older. There is no upper age limit! We also offer a number of very popular teen projects for 16-17 year olds. If you are interested in international volunteering, have an open mind, a sense of adventure and want to learn about the world then workcamps are for you.
Where can I go on a workcamp?We offer international volunteering opportunities on projects in over 60 countries worldwide. Many are in Europe but we also have partners in Japan, Southeast Asia, North America, South America and Africa. So get inspired and start exploring – you really do have the world to choose from.
How much does a workcamp cost?Cost of the program is £299. You’ll have pay for your own travel, however we are happy to recommend easy and cheap transportation means *If you are unable to pay this kind of money, we can provide you with training on fundraising – it’s a fun a gratifying experience that’ll give your future CV an extra shine – contact Emma Payne email@example.com for more information. All projects have an arrangement fee of £299 covering all food and accommodation. Apart from this, you just need to get to the project meeting point, take out travel insurance (very highly recommended), and organise your visas and vaccinations if necessary. Some projects do charge an additional fee, usually payable on arrival so look out for it in the project details. Of course your travel adventure before and after the project is entirely up to you but most volunteers take the opportunity to spend time to explore the country with the help of new found friends and language skills. Included in your fee:
- Training – Our training is second to none.
- Support – Our support is top notch.
- Swag – Our swag is the best.
“My volunteering experience was life changing for me. I’ve learned to be humble, open to new experiences and willingness to try new things. I started to have much more appreciation towards nature and the little things in life.”
How do I apply?First choose your dream project! Follow the link to access our database, the wider the search the more international volunteering possibilities you will discover. Places are limited and the most popular projects and destinations fill up quickly so don’t delay. Please feel free to call or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about your adventure, our experienced team we will be delighted to help!
For more informationCheck out UNA Exchange workcamp handbook for everything you might ever want to know about international volunteering. COMING SOON If you still can’t find what you need then please get in touch.
Meet Bryn, Harry and other international volunteers who travelled all over the world to help local communities.