Support Kerala Flood Response

Volunteering Program

Visit a unique town in India and help families build a home


Join a group of dedicated people from all over the world in building homes for families across India. You need no special skills, only your time and a strong desire to make a tangible difference to someone’s life. It is some time off with a difference.

Every hand makes a difference


Having more helping hands for even a week or two accelerates the construction schedule exponentially. Giving your time helps families move into their new homes faster and allows us to channel our funds into more projects.

We have jobs and tasks for all skill levels and abilities including construction, beautification, running errands and touch-ups. You can also contribute by sharing expertise or specific non-build skills. It would help us allocate more funds towards building homes.


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An experience unlike
any other in the world

You will visit a remote part of the country, and interact with families and other volunteers from around the world while providing shelter to underserved communities.


Gain perspective

Through your willingness to partner with people in need, you will learn about their stories and their circumstances. It opens minds and changes the way people view the world.

Form meaningful relationships

You will form a once-in-a-lifetime bond with other participants and community members as you travel, live, work, and eat together, often in simple settings.

Rehabilitation

Volunteering in remote parts of the country is different from a tourist trip. You will get an insight into the customs and lifestyle of localities that tourists rarely witness.

“We were able to sit down with the families and have a conversation with them about life in general. We got to experience the construction, but spending time with families was the highlight. We learnt what it is like to live in their life, the things they hope for, their fears. I hope the reverse is true as well.”


Andy Rivinus

“It is amazing to feel this sense of relationship with people for whom language, experience and culture was a barrier. Working together to build a house changes all of that. Communication was never a concern. The families invited us into their homes, and taught us so many things. It was great.”


Jackie Shrago

“On one of the days, we visited a special school for the hearing impaired. They didn’t know we were going to come, but they quickly put together a performance for us. I speak American sign language so I could communicate with them. They wouldn’t let me go! It was such an emotional day.”


Sydney Asencio

Volunteer with us and help build a home for a family in need.

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