Volunteering in Nepal - Gap Year Volunteering
Volunteer in Nepal
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
Volunteer Society Nepal offers a remarkable insight into a land of beautiful mountains, ancient traditions, and secrets of enlightenment along. For the real explorer, Nepal is the perfect gap year volunteering destination, with its spectacular Himalayan peaks alluring adventurers for centuries! As a gap year volunteer in Nepal, you will contribute to long-term projects in Nepal which focus on creating opportunities for the next generation.
Volunteer Society Nepal warmly welcomes you to spend your Gap Year in Nepal with us. Our gap year in Nepal programs offers a unique traveling experience to anyone who is seeking ideal gap year programs. Nepal is becoming a very famous destination for gap year adventures like trekking, rafting, jungle safari, etc. As a gap year traveler, you will have a chance to enjoy these adventure programs as well, while you visit Nepal. If you choose traveling to Nepal with Volunteer Society Nepal on your gap year, we have various gap year volunteering travel opportunities where you will have a chance to enjoy amazing cultures and exciting gap year volunteer opportunities in Nepal with Volunteer Society Nepal and you will be able to volunteer in Nepal for doing manual work, teaching Buddhist monks, teaching programs, volunteer in Nepal Orphanage to work with children and work in various other Community aid Projects in Nepal.
We believe that Gap Year Volunteer work in Nepal with Volunteer Society Nepal; will give a chance for you to make a real difference by Volunteering in Nepal! We have different Gap year Volunteer Opportunities in Nepal, available for you! You can choose the project that you would like to do during your Gap Year volunteering program in Nepal. You can start your Gap year volunteering Nepal Program, on any date of your choice throughout the year! The program is from 2 weeks up to 20.
Adult Gap Year In Nepal
Volunteer in Nepal whether you are 17 or 70 years old, who says GAP years are just when you leave school?
One of the common misconceptions about volunteering abroad is that you will be in a group of very young people. It is true that many of the large volunteering organizations target the 'GAP year’ pool of school and university leavers. However, at Volunteer Society Nepal we have placed volunteers from the age of 17 to 76.
Make the most of your time after the kids have left home
We often find that when people retire or their children leave home they are suddenly left with lots of time to spare. This is the ideal time to come volunteering in Nepal. We find that the varied experiences some of our older volunteers bring with them not only helps hugely with their interactions with Nepalis but also allows them to share it with our younger volunteers.
Older volunteers bring valuable life experience
Many of our more senior volunteers bring with them real-world business experience, firsthand childcare experience, teaching expertise, and often top medical knowledge as well. In the past, we have also had parents coming with their adult or young families. By all accounts, the bonding of working in a different environment such as Nepal is a memorable bonding experience.
So why not Volunteer in Nepal?
Whether you are a grandparent, have just retired, or want to do something special with your family, you will be warmly welcomed in by Volunteer Society Nepal. If you would like to speak to some of our older volunteers then you can contact them.
About Volunteer in Nepal
Pepsicola, Kathmandu, Bagmati 44600, NP
Our Values We believe that women and children are the foundation of our society hence we value the need for all women and children to be given equal opportunities in life regardless of their circumstances. It is our expectation that our practice and work reflect our beliefs and value and we strive to provide the best services possible to those we serve. We believe 1. in inclusion and the promotion of multiculturalism, 2. that society’s disadvantaged and marginalized people can have a fulfilling future with proper help and support, 3. that hope can be rekindled by everyone’s unique contributions, 4. that pure drinking water, decent sanitation, proper nutrition, education and good health care are the foundation on which all future efforts must be built
Welcome to Volunteer in Nepal - non governmental, non profit, non religious and non political organization registered with Nepal Government, Kathmandu District Administration office and affiliated with Social Welfare Council of Nepal. The Volunteer in Nepal is a Nepali conceived and run small organization that uses local and international resources to safeguard the health and well being of underprivileged Nepali Children and women and to offer them the education, shelter, food and vocational tools to enable them to fully and equally contribute to Nepali society and compete in the global arena.