Remote Volunteering Programme

The International Service Remote Volunteering Programme connects volunteers with host partners in different countries, to carry out remote volunteering placements.


Our host-partners are local and national non-governmental organisations who work closely with their communities. This programme provides them with the opportunity to receive valued support from highly-skilled volunteers from across the globe, who can bring in a fresh mind set and new perspective. These remote volunteering placements also provide volunteers with an outlet for their passions and their skills, contributing to their personal and professional development. 

Together, the organisations and volunteers can work together for positive social change and practical action. Please see more information on our current volunteering opportunities below.

If you would like to apply to one of our volunteering opportunities or if you have any questions, please email us at 


Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of Palestine empowers women and youth to demand, exercise and protect their economic, social and political rights. They are looking for a volunteer to provide English classes, assist in proof reading reports and help create media materials as well as other activities.


For more information please download the opportunity description.


Subversive Front are an association for sexual and gender minorities based in Skopje. They strive to include the queer community in research and evidence, community development, and advocacy/policy influence. They are looking for two volunteers to work with their community development coordinator and their support line operators.


For more information please download the opportunity description.

Trade-Aid Integrated is in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Their thematic areas include: Food security & Livelihood support, Climate change adaptation & Mitigation, Trade & Agriculture policy advocacy, Business service development including business incubation. They are looking for 3 volunteers to support their community based eco-tourism volunteering programme “Come Stay Learn Contribute (COSLEC)”.


For more information please download the opportunity description.


Young Women’s Christian Association of Rwanda (YWCA Rwanda) is non-governmental organization that strives for girls and women empowerment in Rwanda. They need 2 volunteers to support the communications processes such as the development of online fundraising platforms and the documentation of YWCA Rwanda’s mission, vision and projects on the website.


For more information please download the opportunity description.


Centre for Youth Activism KRIK (CYA KRIK) strives to encourage greater youth participation, youth activism, and to encourage young people, particularly those with fewer opportunities, to be more included in the policy making process on both the local and national level.


The volunteering opportunities are currently filled for KRIK.