Expand your horizons. Expand your heart.
Travel not only to see and do, but also to feel and belong. This is the essence of meaningful travel, we call it Voluntourism. Our trips offer you the opportunity to combine exotic travel experiences with unforgettable volunteering options.
If you want to be embraced by indescribably wonderful people, see smiles that will stay with you for a lifetime, engage in activities that create genuine camaraderie, and play your part in making someone else’s life better, this is the adventure for you.
We work with local orphanages and communities in many of the countries we visit, providing children and adults who have life challenges with basic necessities, equipment and medical care.Travel to find the greater version of yourself. Join us.
Mwereni Integrated School for the Blind
We visited the Mwereni Integrated School for the Blind in 2009 and found that many of the students were suffering from lack of medical and dental care, typical hygiene and basic necessities. We’ve done some amazing work there since, and there is still much more to do.
Summit Happy Home
Although Arusha is one of the most developed cities in Tanzania, it continues to struggle with crippling levels of poverty and meager living conditions. Children are disproportionately affected, that’s why we partnered with Summit Happy Home to provide displaced and orphaned children with better opportunities.
St. Joseph’s Hospital
St. Joseph’s Hospital is quite literally a life-saver and a key institution in Moshi, Tanzania. They are wonderful and highly trusted partners of ours. If you’re interested in volunteering, we have opportunities for every level of medical expertise and interest at this this fully developed hospital.
We offer many opportunities to volunteer in the local villages. Your heartwarming adventure will include distributing much needed equipment, medicine and clothing to local schools and children. You will also experience the interaction with local children in their natural surroundings.
High-Altitude Mountain Welfare Workers Association
For the past 6 years, we’ve partnered with the (HAMWWA), who have set up a project to cover the costs of education for children who’ve lost a parent in a climbing accident. We have also helped incorporate additional programs throughout the Khumbu Valley to benefit the children with their education.