Globalteer Volunteer Destinations Amongst the Cheapest in the World

With so many volunteer destinations available it can be hard to decide where to volunteer abroad. Budget is a huge factor for many volunteers; so it is not only important to find an affordable volunteer program, but the destination also needs to be affordable too. Well we have great news for you! Not only do […]

How to Choose a Volunteer Organisation

Choosing a Volunteer Abroad Organisation So you’ve decided you want to make a difference in the world. And after some thought and exploring your options, you’ve decided you want to participate in an international volunteer programme. Wonderful! But now what? What should your next step be? How do you decide where to go and which […]

Globalteer’s Sports Project in Siem Reap

Just in time for the World Cup: A Gooooooaaaaal for Cambodia! Countries all over the globe are bursting with Soccer fever at the moment. Each hoping their team has what it takes to win the World Cup. Fans with painted faces, soccer ball shaped hats, team jerseys, and air horns, chant and scream for their […]

Dog Welfare in Peru – Cusco’s Canine Conundrum

Cusco: City of Ancient Wonders…and Dogs Anyone who has ever visited Cusco, whether as a tourist or volunteer, will tell you that the city is full of dogs. You will see them as soon as you leave the airport and head to your destination via taxi in any direction – small dogs, large dogs, old […]

Ethical Volunteering

Ethical Volunteering –  What Does this Mean? Whether you are just now exploring the idea of volunteering or are a well-experienced volunteer both at home and overseas, you may have seen the terms responsible volunteering or ethical volunteering thrown out across various platforms on the web. But what does this actually mean? Why is it […]

American Donors Visit Globalteer Cambodia Programme

Many supporters of our Peru Community Project will remember that last summer they ran a huge fundraiser which gave donors the chance to win a trip for two to Peru or Cambodia.  Winners of the star prize, Joanne Crowley and Bud Sawatzky from Wisconsin in the US, elected to visit Cambodia as they had already […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Emma

Emma Cresswell is the Deputy Head of Piper’s Corner school based in the UK. In August 2016, 15 students from the school volunteered at Picaflor House, on a life-changing tailor-made cultural and volunteering programme at our Community project in Cusco, Peru. This is her story.  Why was it important for you that your year 10 and […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Georgia

Georgia volunteered at Picaflor House in August 2016 with her school, Piper’s Corner, based in the UK. She was part of a group of 15 students who took part in a life-changing tailor-made cultural and volunteering programme at our Community project in Cusco, Peru. This is her story.  How does your volunteering trip compare to a […]