Volunteer Spotlight: Sophia

Sophia volunteered at Picaflor House in August 2016 with her school, Piper’s Corner, from 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 regular […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Mia

Mia 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 […]

10 Years of Responsible Volunteering: What it meant to me – Community volunteers look back

Teaching kids, coaching sports, digging wells or working with marginalised women. Volunteering with Globalteer’s community projects can bring you a huge sense of achievement, and make you feel deeply rewarded for your work. Whilst the most important part of any volunteer’s placement is the  impact of their work, we believe that volunteering can have as […]

10 Years of Responsible Volunteering: Never too old to volunteer

Over the last ten years Globalteer has welcomed volunteers of all ages – from gap year students right through to retirees. To date with think our most mature volunteer was 80! But age means nothing in the world of international volunteering – what really matters is ability and attitude. So here we feature some of […]

About Borneo Marine Conservation

Coral reefs are some of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth – they occupy less than 0.1% of the world’s ocean surface, yet they provide a home for 25% of all marine species. As well as reef fish, there is an equally diverse array of marine crustaceans, reptiles and mammals. The importance of the coral reefEverything […]