PRLog - Aug. 23, 2010 - NEWBURY, U.K. -- Mr Arvind Malhotra, Managing Director for Inspire explains, “We meet many people who are keen to volunteer abroad but are unsure about how to go about planning and setting up their trip. There are many options available to people considering volunteering abroad and sometimes it’s not quite clear as to which is the best route. We hope this guide will help these people understand the choices available to them and pick the one that suits them the best.”
Volunteer Abroad with Inspire
The Guide covers a wide range of topics including, why you should volunteer abroad, how to volunteer, choosing a volunteer programme and planning your trip. Aimed at helping people understand the options available and making the right choice, the guide is a useful reference point for anyone planning to volunteer abroad.
“While we work with people across all age groups, matching them to opportunities that use their skills best, we find that whether you are 18 or 45 if you haven’t volunteered abroad you still have the same concerns and questions. This guide should go some way in explaining the challenges in planning a trip to volunteer abroad.” Arvind adds, “We are pleased to be able to introduce this guide in time for the A level results this week, with all the news on shortage of University places, we expect there will be many youngsters wanting to embark on a gap year and will be considering volunteering abroad. The guide should help them understand the choices available and hopefully enable them to pick what is best for them.”
The guide can be downloaded for free from the Inspire Volunteering Facebook page that can be found on http://www.facebook.com/
For more information about the Inspire programmes call 0800 032 3350 to speak to an Inspire advisor.
Note to editors:
Inspire volunteer and travel programmes are available in 9 countries - India, Tanzania, Ecuador, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Gambia, Chile, Romania and South Africa providing opportunities from 2 weeks through to 6 months. Participants on the Inspire programme can get involved with teaching, childcare, healthcare, livelihood support, women's empowerment and conservation projects. Inspire seeks to attract volunteers from a wide range of ages, backgrounds and experiences to join these programmes and will match them to specific projects based upon the amount of time they have available, their backgrounds, skills and experience.
For more information about the Inspire programme, photographs or to interview the founders please contact:
T: 01635 45556
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Inspire volunteering is committed to providing meaningful volunteer work that contributes to worthy causes across the world.