Today, Intrepid sends over 100,000 travellers across the globe each year and employs more than 1,000 staff (many of whom don’t even have beards). And while Indiana Jones got bored of travelling after only three adventures (we don’t talk about the fourth), Intrepid is still adding to their list of over 800 different itineraries across Europe, Asia, Africa, North & South America, the Middle East, Australia and both the Arctic & Antarctica.
World Challenge builds the life skills young people need to live a life of courage, kindness and adventure. Today we are 30 years young, proudly travelling to over 40 destinations with over 8,000 students every year. We’re not shy in saying we lead the way in safety, quality, ethical community engagement and learning outcomes.
Tourism Cares unites the travel and tourism industry to benefit the people and places our industry depends on. We believe it’s in our best interest to support the destinations we all depend on so that communities, travelers and businesses can prosper. Our members include leading travel associations and companies who we mobilize to use business as a force for good by convening, educating, and motivating all sectors to make a positive impact through travel.
We span and connect the entire industry to do better—together.
The 3-way relationship between us, the local community and you, the volunteer
We believe that volunteering isn't a replacement for a traditional holiday. Responsible volunteering can be emotionally exhausting and mentally challenging - but it can also be a profound and life-enhancing experience if you are well-prepared, well-matched with your host community and well-supported in your endeavours.
At Next Generation Nepal, we reconnect trafficked Nepali children with their families. Taken from rural villages, and at a young age, many of these children end up in illegal orphanages and homes. Often, they are found on the brink of starvation and in terrible conditions. With child trafficking still a major problem in Nepal, we need your help as much as ever.
Comhlamh is a growing organisation of members--people like you--who are committed to working together for a just and sustainable world for all.
Hope and Homes for Children was the creation of two extraordinary individuals who believed that every child had the right to grow up in a loving family. Today, the organisation that Mark and Caroline Cook started at their kitchen table in Wiltshire in 1994, is at the forefront of a growing global movement to eliminate the institutional care of children.