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The Global Volunteer Partnership

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Alexandria, VA 22301

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The Global Volunteer Partnership helps skilled Americans find volunteer service opportunities abroad with nonprofits seeking to have measurable impact on global challenges.

Becoming a Volunteer

The Global Volunteer Partnership is working with a growing number of US nonprofits looking to engage skilled American volunteers for a week to months at a time in specific projects around the world.

Those interested in becoming volunteers should review the list of collaborating nonprofits to determine which best fit their capabilities and interests.

Health Volunteers Overseas OmniMed
Partners Worldwide Physicians for Peace
Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance  

For questions on volunteering, please contact The Global Volunteer Partnership via email at: info@globalvolunteerpartnership.org.


Listing of any organization in this site does not confer any official status or approval, nor does it constitute a representation regarding any program.  The Global Volunteer Partnership has not vetted the organizations listed in this site, other than to confirm that such organizations are legally registered nonprofits.  Participants should research their respective programs thoroughly before participating. Ask questions, gather information, and research before you leave home. Participants are encouraged to research and validate programs directly by requesting alumni contacts and/or contacting professionals in the field.  The links provided on this site are for informational purposes only.  The Global Volunteer Partnership does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of information provided on linked sites.

The Global Volunteer Partnership neither assumes nor bears any responsibility for the admissions practices of any organization listed in this site.  Further, The Global Volunteer Partnership makes no representations as to the costs of any program.  There is no guarantee that a program will fit within your particular budget, interests or circumstances.

There are inherent risks to international travel.  International travelers should consider factors including, without limitation, safety, current affairs, and personal health before committing to any international travel. The Global Volunteer Partnership is not responsible for risks related to international travel including, without limitation, international law, local custom, transportation risk, employment risk, sexual, racial and ethnic preference and/or discrimination by service providers, listing agents or organizations.  Volunteers also are advised to visit the U.S. State Department’s website for travel warnings.