Family Volunteering is a fantastic way to travel the world, provide an educational experience, and give back to the places you visit at the same time. Explore new cultures and environments, and give your kids a true hands-on understanding of the wildlife and communities you meet. GoEco can bring you on an unforgettable family volunteering experience anywhere from giant panda care in China, to sea turtle preservation in Greece. With GoEco's carefully prepared selection of reliable and affordable family volunteer opportunities, you can choose a program the whole group will enjoy.
Spread your passion for sports to children who have had few opportunities to learn and develop their skills in a structured yet fun environment. Inspire children to set goals and stay active, both on and off the sports field.
Volunteer at one of the largest and most successful wildlife rehabilitation and release centers in Africa! Volunteers on this project work with a range of animals, anything from monkeys to lions. Experience beautiful Zimbabwe while making a positive impact on the delicate African ecosystem.
This is a great opportunity to experience Thai culture and volunteer in a meaningful teaching or orphanage placement. This is a unique program, which you can design in part by yourself and even join an exciting eco-trip after your placement.
Families are welcome to join us in the Negev Desert. This project will allow families to experience the wonder of constructing an ecological building, while enjoying the scenic landscape and idyllic lifestyle of the resort!
Israel's most famous city, Tel Aviv, is known for its enriching lifestyle and cultural diversity. Despite the continuing development in the area, much of the population suffer from welfare problems. Join a team of wonderful people who purchase food from several sources in Israel, then package it and distribute it to the underprivileged in Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
Experience Mediterranean life while volunteering to protect the vulnerable baby sea turtles along Greece's beaches. Make a difference in sea turtle conservation by monitoring the sand for these majestic creatures as well as reaching out to educate the community on the subject.