Involvement volunteers offers a range of placements around the world, many of which are animal related projects.
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International Volunteering with Involvement VolunteersEdit
Can international volunteering be ethical, supportive and safe? Yes
Can volunteers participate from other countries, as well as Australians? Yes
Do you want an international volunteering placement that cares for your needs too?
Involvement Volunteers Association Inc (IVI) helps you to make a difference in the world. We organise cost effective international volunteering opportunities.
"Teach me and I will forget it.
Show me and I might remember it.
Involve me and I can understand it."
An IVI volunteering experience is a positive one - for all involved.
- Affordable, safe and well-coordinated international volunteering opportunities
- Volunteering opportunities worldwide
- Links intending volunteers to ethical and supportive volunteering organisations
- Provides unique travel insurance cover for IVvolunteers
- Local contacts in your destination country
- Advice before, during and after
Congratulations on your desire to share your skills with less fortunate people and their communities! We look forward to finding the volunteering opportunity to fit with your resources and meet your needs, wants and pleasures.
Australia - zoological park; bat rescue and research; research programs; dolphins; birds; dog kennels; wildlife rehabilitation; penguins, endangered wallaby program and farm placements with sheep, cattle and horses.
Bolivia - assist at a large zoo, or a native animal refuge.
Finland - cattle farms
Greece - sea turtle protection
Guatemala - sea turtle protection, animal rescue and rehabilitation
India- horse riding for disabled children, sea turtle work-camps
Kenya - Wildlife conservation and research and Veterinians needed
Mexico - sea turtle protection, crocodiles, birds, butterfly research
New Zealand - sheep, cattle and horse farms
Panama - Bat Research
Peru - field research surveying reptiles, mammals and birds
South Africa - wildlife conservation, rehabilitation and rescue
United Kingdom - farming
USA - condor research and conservation