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Volunteer at Casa Guatemala


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Casa Guatemala can't survive without the help of volunteers like you. When you volunteer, you’ll help change the lives of more than 300 children in Guatemala. You’ll also meet new people, experience things you never thought possible, and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Volunteering at Casa Guatemala is a fantastic experience, but it is not without its difficulties. To learn more about the experience, please visit our FAQs.

 

 

Short term
volunteer vacations


$300 (USD) donation per week
Flexible commitment

 

Our vacation volunteer program is a great opportunity for travelers unable to commit to a full three (3) month volunteer period. You'll stay in our Hotel Backpackers and travel to Casa Guatemala via boat, which leaves the hotel at 7:30 am each morning and returns at 4 pm. The program cost is $300 per week and includes accommodations, meals, and transportation.

Vacation volunteer activities include arts and crafts, reading, helping in the library, English language skills, physical education and other opportunities.

 

 

Long term
volunteering


$300 (USD) one time donation
Three (3) month commitment

 

Long-term volunteers must stay for at least three (3) months, be at least twenty-four (22) years old, and have a basic grasp of conversational Spanish. Long-term volunteers live on-site at Casa Guatemala in a special living area exclusively for volunteers.

Responsibilities for long-term volunteers include activities that require consistency and more direct relationships with children. These include teaching positions (English, art, physical education, and more) as well as administrative positions at Casa Guatemala.

 

 

Apply today

 

Fill out the simple form on the right to begin the application process. If you have more questions about volunteering, visit our FAQs.

 
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