Volunteering in India is a fantastic way to see the world while giving something back to underprivileged communities in some of the most impoverished areas on the planet. iSpiice offers a range of different volunteer projects in India to suit every desire and requirement. Teaching English, Childcare, Women’s Empowerment, Street Children, Renovations, Health Education, Summer Programs, Computer Skills, Private Tuition. So, just take a moment to look through some of the volunteer programs in India outlined on this page before deciding which is right for you. We don’t require our volunteers to have any specific qualifications or experience as our coordinators can provide any information or training that you might expect. Anyone who wants to take part just needs to read the info below and then contact a member of our team to start the ball rolling.
Volunteers usually work from Monday to Friday. Each volunteer chooses two programs, with the day split into two blocks to work on each program. If you are interested in working with children, you might choose to spend the first 2 hours teaching in a school and the second 2 working with street children. You have the opportunity to choose two diverse programs so you can expand your volunteering experience. You also have plenty of opportunities to explore the local area or to pursue your hobbies and interests. iSpiice offers a range of add-on tours, in week ends which allow you to see more of the region and India as a whole. You can take a 2-day trip to the Taj Mahal and Red Fort in Agra, trekking in the Himalayas, visit Amritsar, Jaipur, Manali and much more.
Anyone can apply to volunteer with iSpiice on one of our programs. To find out more about volunteering with iSpiice, you can watch video reviews from our past volunteers, as well as read testimonials. Explore the rest of the website and download our volunteer information to read more about the experience we can offer you. It will help you to decide if volunteering with iSpiice is right for you.
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Rural areas grapple with all manner of health problems; the people not only lack information and knowledge on how they can prevent diseases but have challenges accessing quality health care.As a volunteer in India, through engaging in health educ...More info All Reviews Download Brochure