The joys of volunteering

In addition to the contribution they make to their schools, most of our volunteers have a really rewarding personal experience. This is what Lewis Strong has said about his time in Nepal this year:

“My time in Nepal was a real personal journey; I met some fantastic people and saw some amazing sights – what more can you ask for really? It was a challenging, but ultimately rewarding teaching experience that has given me more belief in myself and what I can achieve. I think I’ll carry a little bit of Class 5 with me for the rest of my life.”

HELP volunteers introduce new methods of teaching into their classrooms

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Volunteering with HELP offers all the good things of working with a small, personal organisation: in-depth local knowledge from the HELP organisers, and the feeling that one is doing something for the first time.
Daniel CookAlgarah School