It has been a great experience being here in Honduras. I have learned a whole lot during my two weeks of being here. It was an eye opening experience to see health care services in a different country and how they have to deal with limited supplies.
Nepal Kathmandu Review is a beautiful country with wonderful people. It was a fabulous experience to share with my wife and daughter. Nepal has changed a lot since my last visit over 20 years ago.
Review Nepal, This was my first volunteer trip, and I think I am now hooked. Seeing the joy on each monk’s face as we did dental exams warmed my soul. I was so overjoyed that I could contribute to their smiling faces. Seeing the amount of dental care the students in the school needed opened my eyes to the importance of dental outreach and began the dialogue in my head about how to serve the world I live in.
Chile La Serena, In La Serena people, were very nice. I was always offered a seat on a crowded bus. Also, people were very helpful when I asked for directions in spite of language barriers.
Volunteer Chile, My host family was extremely welcoming and made me feel at home. I went on a trip with them to a national park on Easter and my host mom Silvia took me places around the city. Her kids introduced me to their friends as well.
Peru Cusco, My favorite memory with my host family is when Maria Elena, the two other volunteers living at the house, and I went out to dinner at a nice Peruvian restaurant. We stayed for hours laughing, talking about everything, and enjoying the delicious food
Volunteer Honduras, All in all, I’m really pleased with my trip to La Ceiba. The surgeries were amazing to watch, my trip to la Ceiba is one I will never forget.
Testimonial Colombia, It was a very giving experience and I am very happy to have been a part of the program. It was very good to see that foundation like this exist and gives poor children an opportunity to learn and to play with other children.
Colombia Cartagena, It has been a wonderful experience volunteering in Cartagena. The ABV immersion program gives a unique opportunity to learn Spanish and at the same time learn more about the Colombian people and culture.
Cusco Peru Review, This really started with me randomly asking my best friend, “Hey, one of these days we should go to South America somewhere.” However, we did a lot more than just go to South America – we lived with and amongst locals, experienced the customs, had the chance to explore the places you’d get to go only once in a lifetime, and spent our days helping the very people we were around with fulfilling meaningful work.
Gap Year Peru Cusco Review: From the days that I spent at the hospital helping mentally and physically challenged children to grow stronger, healthier, and feel more loved, to exploring the city of Cusco and the Peruvian countryside, to living and sharing a home with a family
Volunteer in Ghana, This was my first volunteer abroad program and I’m so glad I picked this one out of the many others I sifted through online.