Take part in the Peru Construction Volunteer Program and help to build family homes, schools or provide water supply.
According the number of volunteers and the needs of the community we work in schools, orphanages, family homes, and medical and community centres to improve the living conditions of the people living in underprivileged areas. We work alongside the community and families to help to promote social change and impact by working together. There are no words to describe the satisfaction of seeing the completion of a renovation project, and the effect that it has on the local people. This project is unique and rewarding as it offers volunteers the chance to see their immediate impact in the community in which they work.
New Family Homes
Painting in Iquitos
Every day the tasks of the project vary depending on the current need of the public and feasibility based on the number Volunteers painting a mural in our renovation program of volunteers. When we work in houses for disadvantaged families work can vary from renovation to painting and gardening. You will see the smiles and happiness of the benefited families, something which will stay with you for the rest of your life.
Peru Construction Volunteer Program – Choose one
You can choose between projects in Arequipa, Peru’s beautiful white-stone city shadowed by the famous El Misti Volcano; Cusco, the home of the Incas and the archaeological capital of the Americas; and Iquitos, the gateway to the Peruvian Amazon.
Please note: This project is available for a minimum of 5 people arriving together.
Want to start your volunteer experience in Peru?
Go ahead and apply as a volunteer in Peru
We will take you step by step through the enrollment, and you will learn abeout everything provided with the program, costs envolved and requirements.
Visit also our page with some of the best volunteer projects in Peru.
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