Volunteer placements and Aid projects abroad

We offer two basic kinds of volunteer placements:
•    Group AidCamps for those that would like to join a team project
•    Independent AidCamps for those that would prefer an individual placement

Group AidCamps
Group AidCamps allow you to join an organised team with other like-minded volunteers to implement a community development aid project. They last for two to three weeks, run on specific dates, and are guided projects that include a planned itinerary.

Independent AidCamps
Independent AidCamps are individual placements where we match you to a local development aid need. You can undertake one at almost any time and go for weeks or months. They are mainly suitable for self-reliant individuals and couples. In some cases we can organise Family AidCamps.

Interested in volunteering abroad but still unsure which Aid project is for you?
More detailed information about Group AidCamps and Independent AidCamps is available on their individual pages.

Alternatively, you might like to combine the two and do a combination of both a Group and Independent AidCamp. We can also organise Private Group AidCamps if you've already got a specific team of friends, or corporate partners that would like to do a development aid project together.

We are incredibly flexible and will do what we can to accommodate you, so if you have any questions please don't not hesitate to contact us. Before doing so however, we encourage you to visit our FAQ's where you will find more detailed information about some of the more common queries we are asked about volunteering abroad.

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Latest News

Friday, 20 March 2020

Tom aged 11 tells us about his two week project in Nepal with his younger brothers Ollie (7) and Louis (4).

Tuesday, 07 January 2020

AidCamps' latest video highlighting the work we do around the globe and giving the first sight of our new logo and identity is now live on YouTube ... why not take a look and let us know what you think?

Tuesday, 31 December 2019

Read the review of our most recent project in Nepal by AidCamps' volunteer and author, Cathy Bramley.

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