Volunteer testimonial

I like HELP very much, it asked me to work hard but it gave me a lot of freedom and I respect the fact that it didn’t ask me for a lot of money and that it treated me like an employee. Though there were times when I felt disconnected with it, almost forgot I was a part of it because I was working alone and was so independent. I think I achieved a lot more that if I had been volunteering with a gap-year organization with a lot of other Westerners. (Emily Liddiard, Nyacho Pauwa School: 2013)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

By becoming a HELP volunteer in India or Nepal you will be able to make a direct, personal contribution to the education of young Himalayan people. In so doing, you will be having an unforgettable experience in a new and fascinating world.
Nikola Capla and Petra CvancarovaEverest Boarding School