Global Volunteer Network

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Basic Information

Address: 105 High Street Lower Hutt Wellington New Zealand
Phone Number: ++ 64 4 920 1451
Fax Number: ++ 64 4 920 1456
Director: Colin Salisbury

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Additional Information

Days of Service: 1 week - 6 months
Program Highlights:

Projects are available year round starting from 1 week to 6 months giving you the flexibility to start when you can.

Program opportunities are available in:

· Childcare and Orphanage projects

· Teaching

· Medical/Health projects

· HIV/AIDS care and education

· Construction

· Wildlife conservation and Environmental projects

· Community Outreach projects

GVN also has a range of Treks and Tours

Fundraising Treks to Everest, Mt Kilimanjaro, and Machu Picchu.

These treks enable participants to take on a challenge, raise funds to support community projects and visit the programs that your funds will benefit.

Vietnam Youth Tour

Designed with 15-17 year olds in mind, this program has been created to allow teens the chance to take part in one of our rewarding volunteer programs.

GVN's Services

At GVN we provide you not only with the facilities, but also with the confidence to go ahead and help communities in need around the world. With nine years of service and 15,000+ volunteers under our belt, we strive to remain helpful, personable, and professional in our relationship with volunteers. We aim to provide you with all the resources, support, and information you will need to take part in a successful and rewarding volunteer program with us.

Additional Information:

The Global Volunteer Network (GVN) offers volunteer service opportunities in community projects around the world. We currently provide volunteer programs through our partner organizations in 21 countries throughout South America, Africa and Asia.

Our vision is to support the work of local community organizations in developing countries through the placement of international volunteers. We believe that local communities are in the best position to determine their needs, and we provide volunteers to help them achieve their goals.