Volunteer World Nepal provides a secure, structured and social platform with volunteer, internship, Nepali language, Nepal experience and immersion opportunities. We are 100% transparent with our programs fees. Therefore, you know accurately how much of your money goes towards the local community.
Are you looking for a unique experience in one of the most diverse countries in Asia? Volunteering and internship in Nepal is an excellent choice. Stunning mountains, multicultural cuisine, and spirituality are just a few aspects that set this country apart. Volunteer abroad in Nepal and give back to the community as you immerse yourself in a different world.
Charity tour and trekking in Nepal typically refers to a type of travel experience where participants engage in trekking or touring activities while also raising funds for charitable causes or engaging in volunteer work to support local communities. This type of travel combines adventure and philanthropy, allowing travellers to explore the stunning landscapes of Nepal while making a positive impact on the lives of the local people.
A Child Sponsorship program allows us to combine sponsor contributions to increase impact and establish a trusted presence within communities. This even helps ensure further grant funding from institutional and government donors to grow community-based development projects, like building schools or water taps, which not only benefit sponsored children but many others in their community too.
Child sponsorship is a unique program that connects one child in need with one compassionate person like you!
Becoming a sponsor means giving children from around the world the chance to grow up healthy, educated and safe – forever changing their life and future. You just might find that it changes you, too.
Sponsoring a child with Volunteer World Nepal costs about 1.34 euro a day! You can become a sponsor for 500 euro a year.
Your sponsorship is truly an investment in children’s lives and futures!
Volunteer World Nepal dedicates itself to social development through supporting the family unit by providing social service resources and financial/material assistance, enabling the children to access their basic right of education.