Volunteering allows for a real travel experience based on a mutual exchange of thoughts and ideas, not just picture taking.
At Voluntario Global, we are part of the community we work with.
We have over 10 years' experience developing sustainable volunteer programs.
We work alongside local organizations as they develop and grow.
Written by Howard Coan on 2016-11-30
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Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-12-05. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
Today we decided to celebrate International Volunteers Day having some fun at the Volunteer's House! You cannot miss our volunteers' Mannequin Challenge!
Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-11-10. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
Voluntario Global’s mission is to help organizations from local communities and neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires to improve the work that they are already doing, to work towards strengthening local development.
Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-11-04. Posted in Travel Argentina
The last weekend in October myself and some other Voluntario Global volunteers took a trip to Montevideo, Uruguay. It was the perfect way to spend a weekend doing something different and experiencing life in a different South American country, as well as being able to renew the Argentinian tourist visa.
Written by Jesica Franco on 2016-10-31. Posted in Travel Argentina
Day of the death is an old tradition in Mexico. The ancient Mexicans used to invite their dead to dinner in the month of August, during the corn harvest season.
Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-10-27. Posted in Teaching English
Last weekend four of Voluntario Global’s volunteers joined an English School at their English camp! They escaped the city for a couple of days in glorious weather to help give the kids an incredible experience- learning English through games and activities at a summer camp! We interviewed two of the volunteers, David and Aurelien, to hear all about what they got up to:
Written by Emma Kelly on 2016-10-24. Posted in Writing & Communications
No matter how short your visit to the Argentine capital, there’s no escaping the mass gatherings of people in the streets dancing, drumming and cheering to demand change. On Wednesday the 19th of October I joined the people of Buenos Aires for my first ever protest, supporting an extremely important cause- ‘Ni Una Menos’, and it was huge.
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco, Tigre. Province of Buenos Aires. Argentina