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Projects Abroad also offers group trips for various community groups and organizations, such as Scouts, Girl Guides and Young Farmers. These trips allow individuals and friends from various locations to come together with others from within the same organization to volunteer on a project that is bespoke to them. This is a great opportunity for people who share the same interests to meet each other and get involved with volunteering work that will benefit communities and ecosystems all around the world, as well as themselves!

Since 1992, Projects Abroad has been specialising in arranging volunteer placements in communities around the developing world. We currently operate in 30 different destinations and, over the last decade, we have sent over 90,000 volunteers from each corner of the globe to volunteer on a huge variety of worthwhile projects. In that time, volunteering as part of a group has grown dramatically and the variety of groups that we currently work with reflects that.

In recent years, many organization groups have been planning annual trips with us, whether it’s to a new destination each time or not! The Girl Guides organization has sent groups from its Slough, Anglia, Midlands and Warwickshire regions to a variety of our locations including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ghana and Cambodia. If you want to have a read about what each group got up to and what they thought about the trip, follow the links below.

Projects Abroad Care and Community volunteers from Anglia Girl Guides group in the UK run an activity at their placement in Cambodia

Other groups that have arranged repeated trips through us is the National Federation of Young Farmers, who have helped on Agriculture & Community projects that are specific to their interests in India and Ghana. These projects not only allowed all those involved to put their acquired skills to work in a developing country, but it also allowed many of the individuals to make friends with those that share their same aspirations who they may not have met otherwise.

It doesn’t matter where your group or organization’s interests lay, we can find a project and a destination that will put your skills to use and benefit both yourselves and the community in which you are working. Whether it’s a building project helping to rebuild homes and classrooms in Nepal for those with an interest in construction, or a marine conservation project studying and helping to preserve the unique reef habitats in Thailand for those with an interest in protecting our coastal habitats, we’ll plan a bespoke trip suited to you.

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Projects Abroad also offers group trips for various community groups and organizations, such as Scouts, Girl Guides and Young Farmers. These trips allow individuals and friends from various locations to come together with others from within the same organization to volunteer on a project that is bespoke to them. This is a great opportunity for people who share the same interests to meet each other and get involved with volunteering work that will benefit communities and ecosystems all around the world, as well as themselves!

Since 1992, Projects Abroad has been specialising in arranging volunteer placements in communities around the developing world. We currently operate in 30 different destinations and, over the last decade, we have sent over 90,000 volunteers from each corner of the globe to volunteer on a huge variety of worthwhile projects. In that time, volunteering as part of a group has grown dramatically and the variety of groups that we currently work with reflects that.

In recent years, many organization groups have been planning annual trips with us, whether it’s to a new destination each time or not! The Girl Guides organization has sent groups from its Slough, Anglia, Midlands and Warwickshire regions to a variety of our locations including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ghana and Cambodia. If you want to have a read about what each group got up to and what they thought about the trip, follow the links below.

Projects Abroad Care and Community volunteers from Anglia Girl Guides group in the UK run an activity at their placement in Cambodia

Other groups that have arranged repeated trips through us is the National Federation of Young Farmers, who have helped on Agriculture & Community projects that are specific to their interests in India and Ghana. These projects not only allowed all those involved to put their acquired skills to work in a developing country, but it also allowed many of the individuals to make friends with those that share their same aspirations who they may not have met otherwise.

It doesn’t matter where your group or organization’s interests lay, we can find a project and a destination that will put your skills to use and benefit both yourselves and the community in which you are working. Whether it’s a building project helping to rebuild homes and classrooms in Nepal for those with an interest in construction, or a marine conservation project studying and helping to preserve the unique reef habitats in Thailand for those with an interest in protecting our coastal habitats, we’ll plan a bespoke trip suited to you.

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Projects Abroad also offers group trips for various community groups and organizations, such as Scouts, Girl Guides and Young Farmers. These trips allow individuals and friends from various locations to come together with others from within the same organization to volunteer on a project that is bespoke to them. This is a great opportunity for people who share the same interests to meet each other and get involved with volunteering work that will benefit communities and ecosystems all around the world, as well as themselves!

Since 1992, Projects Abroad has been specialising in arranging volunteer placements in communities around the developing world. We currently operate in 30 different destinations and, over the last decade, we have sent over 90,000 volunteers from each corner of the globe to volunteer on a huge variety of worthwhile projects. In that time, volunteering as part of a group has grown dramatically and the variety of groups that we currently work with reflects that.

In recent years, many organization groups have been planning annual trips with us, whether it’s to a new destination each time or not! The Girl Guides organization has sent groups from its Slough, Anglia, Midlands and Warwickshire regions to a variety of our locations including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ghana and Cambodia. If you want to have a read about what each group got up to and what they thought about the trip, follow the links below.

Projects Abroad Care and Community volunteers from Anglia Girl Guides group in the UK run an activity at their placement in Cambodia

Other groups that have arranged repeated trips through us is the National Federation of Young Farmers, who have helped on Agriculture & Community projects that are specific to their interests in India and Ghana. These projects not only allowed all those involved to put their acquired skills to work in a developing country, but it also allowed many of the individuals to make friends with those that share their same aspirations who they may not have met otherwise.

It doesn’t matter where your group or organization’s interests lay, we can find a project and a destination that will put your skills to use and benefit both yourselves and the community in which you are working. Whether it’s a building project helping to rebuild homes and classrooms in Nepal for those with an interest in construction, or a marine conservation project studying and helping to preserve the unique reef habitats in Thailand for those with an interest in protecting our coastal habitats, we’ll plan a bespoke trip suited to you.

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Organizations and Clubs 

Projects Abroad also offers group trips for various community groups and organizations, such as Scouts, Girl Guides and Young Farmers. These trips allow individuals and friends from various locations to come together with others from within the same organization to volunteer on a project that is bespoke to them. This is a great opportunity for people who share the same interests to meet each other and get involved with volunteering work that will benefit communities and ecosystems all around the world, as well as themselves!

Since 1992, Projects Abroad has been specialising in arranging volunteer placements in communities around the developing world. We currently operate in 30 different destinations and, over the last decade, we have sent over 90,000 volunteers from each corner of the globe to volunteer on a huge variety of worthwhile projects. In that time, volunteering as part of a group has grown dramatically and the variety of groups that we currently work with reflects that.

In recent years, many organization groups have been planning annual trips with us, whether it’s to a new destination each time or not! The Girl Guides organization has sent groups from its Slough, Anglia, Midlands and Warwickshire regions to a variety of our locations including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ghana and Cambodia. If you want to have a read about what each group got up to and what they thought about the trip, follow the links below.

Projects Abroad Care and Community volunteers from Anglia Girl Guides group in the UK run an activity at their placement in Cambodia

Other groups that have arranged repeated trips through us is the National Federation of Young Farmers, who have helped on Agriculture & Community projects that are specific to their interests in India and Ghana. These projects not only allowed all those involved to put their acquired skills to work in a developing country, but it also allowed many of the individuals to make friends with those that share their same aspirations who they may not have met otherwise.

It doesn’t matter where your group or organization’s interests lay, we can find a project and a destination that will put your skills to use and benefit both yourselves and the community in which you are working. Whether it’s a building project helping to rebuild homes and classrooms in Nepal for those with an interest in construction, or a marine conservation project studying and helping to preserve the unique reef habitats in Thailand for those with an interest in protecting our coastal habitats, we’ll plan a bespoke trip suited to you.

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