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This project focuses on helping children and youth who have either been abandoned, abused, or facing extreme adversity and personal risks. Many of these children are either living in the streets or in an orphanage. The idea behind this project is to facilitate a healthier environment and lifestyle for the youth. Volunteers will be working as a support system to care for, nurture, and play with the children. Volunteers will be offering love, compassion, and education. You will be working directly with the youth, the orphanage, and other institutions that aim to help these children lead a better life and reach their full potential.
We prefer volunteers with basic knowledge of Spanish but this is not a must. We also offer Spanish classes that you can take while volunteering. Volunteers must be at least 18 and we expect our volunteers to be flexible and patient as working with children can be little tricky at times. You should also have plenty of passion and drive to help the children.
You will assist the local staff to care for and support the children. You will be expected to teach children English or other subjects, help them out with homework, organize games and plays, keep the children tidy and clean, and keep their beds and rooms clean. If required, you might be asked to help with kitchen work and other orphanage chores. You can get involved in fundraising activities to help bring in funds to improve the infrastructure of the orphanage.
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