Volunteering in a foreign country is both exciting and nerve-racking. At A Broader View Volunteers, we specialize in assisting volunteers in locating the perfect gap year opportunity. Our wide selection of programs (245) includes volunteer opportunities abroad for college students who want to do more than travel, families, high school groups, couples and solo travelers.
Before you decide to volunteer through us, however, get to know us first. Here’s the basics of who we are, what we offer, and how you can benefit from our programs.
Who We Are
Put simply, we are a non-profit organization located in Pennsylvania, USA. Our love for humankind along with our passion for changing the world, motivates us to create a place where students can connect with international volunteer opportunities. We firmly believe that one person can make a difference in the world.
Our enthusiastic staff has over 30 years of experience with both the travel and hospitality industry, which translates into a seamless volunteer experience for you. Each of our programs is designed to help volunteers live, work, and aid local people in a variety of projects. Volunteers with us also have an opportunity to travel the world and experience things they never would have otherwise.
How We Help Volunteers
We provide a host of volunteer opportunities abroad for high school and college students. We partner with the best local charities in several countries (25) around the world. Volunteers are given the prospect to choose their own start date and sign up for one week up to 3 months of volunteer work.
We help volunteers by pointing the way towards at-need charities and aid in setting up their schedule. Depending on the program, your food and accommodations also included. We also provide airport pick-up, in-country volunteer support 24/7, and planning advice and tips to make sure your volunteer time is made as easy as possible.
Check our website for much more information https://www.abroaderview.org or chat online, call us toll free 866-423-3258 or 1-215-780-1845