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Volunteer in Bolivia
United Planet
Volunteer in Bolivia

United Planet's offer volunteers the opportunity to learn, teach, work, engage and immerse themselves in a culture outside their comfort zone. Ages 18 and up are invited to enroll.
Live in Bolivia for 4-12 weeks and form intercultural relationships as you work as caregivers at elderly care centers, teaching assistants at schools, and counselors for children who struggle with difficult living conditions.
Volunteers live with a local host family, participate in cultural activities and excursions, and receive 24/7 support—a true immersion experience that allows you to build relationships that last a lifetime.

A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Volunteering with a Non Profit Charity Overseas in Bolivia
A Broader View Volunteers is an U.S. Non profit charity that offers 315 affordable volunteer projects in 30 countries, including Bolivia.
With A Broader View (ABV), you'll be immersed in another culture, collaborate with your host community on a development project, and work side by side with local youth while building your own leadership skills. ABV works year round from 1-week to 12-week programs.

Amizade
Volunteer in Bolivia with CEOLI
CEOLI, a center for disabled youth, was founded in 1986 as an oasis of caring, education, and help that serves nearly 150 children and young adults in the Cochabamba area. CEOLI strives to not only support the disabled but to work closely with families and the community to change the societal views of people with disabilities, to show all they are capable of rather than focusing on what they cannot do. As a non-profit organization, CEOLI relies on private donations and very minimal payments from the families of the mentally and physically challenged who are served. The organization uses acqua, multi-sensorial, and physical therapy as part of its service.

HelpStay
Volunteer in Bolivia
You can contact hosts who need your help. Simply become a member, do a lookup on the site. Note: Some hosts may ask for some fees to cover costs for your room and board costs. All for a small membership fee of €45.

HelpX.net
Volunteer and Cultural Exchange in Bolivia
"HelpX is an online listing of host organic farms, farmstays, hobby farms, lifestyle blocks, homestays, ranches, lodges, backpackers hostels and even sailing boats who invite volunteer helpers to stay with them short-term in exchange for food and accommodation. HelpX is provided primarily as a cultural exchange for working holiday makers, who would like the opportunity during their travels abroad, to stay with local people and gain practical experience. In the typical arrangement, the helper works an average of 4 hours per day and receives free accommodation and meals for their efforts."
Simply look up hosts, and you will find plenty of opportunities in Bolivia from people who want to engage your volunteer help and develop mutually beneficial cultural exchange relationships. All for a small fee of €20 for a 2-year membership.

WorkAway Volunteering in Bolivia
Workaway hosts offer volunteer projects of all kinds across Bolivia. Many of the opportunities offer free room and board with various options depending on the host. Workaway provides resources to help you get the most out of your experience and emphasizes safety. All for a small membership fee.



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