Volunteering with Children
We support families with children of various ages:
- Under 4: In some cases, we may be able to accept children aged under 4. Travelling with a baby or toddler? Let's discuss your options.
- Ages 4-14: Children over 4 years old can accompany their parent(s) on our family projects. This is often more affordable than you think - the price per child is charged at the lower extra-week fee.
- Ages 15+: If your child is aged 15 or older, they may volunteer with or without the accompaniment of a parent at the standard per-person price.
Our flexible approach means that we do everything we can to fulfil your unique needs as a family. Our Project Experts will suggest the best options and help you find the perfect trip for you and your family!
How Our Prices Work
We offer special prices for families, giving you a better deal. All our projects have a minimum duration price, plus discounted prices for extra weeks spent at your destination. Any children under 15 will only pay the extra-week price, making the trip significantly cheaper.
Beyond this, a 5% discount will also be given to immediate family members who are travelling together. This applies to all travellers aged 15 and over.
To help you understand how this works, here are three examples of popular family volunteer trips.
Our prices are designed to ensure your trip is both hassle-free and meaningful. The cost of your trip covers pre-departure advice, 24/7 support while at your destination, accommodation, meals and water, ground transportation, and so much more!
To find out what’s included in more detail, check out our price information page.
You can also learn more about our hassle-free approach to family travel. Our aim is to ensure your family feels safe while being able to engage fully with volunteer work opportunities.
How to Get Started
Taking your family on a volunteer trip abroad will be an unforgettable experience, but it can be hard to know where to start. We’ll support you every step of the way.
Ready to book a family volunteer trip?