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We need 10 volunteers
The International Humanity Foundation Thailand has been working with vulnerable and displaced children in Thailand since 1984. Based in the City of Chiang Rai in North Thailand it is close to the borders of both Myanmar and Laos, IHF manages a children’s home, child education and community development programs.
Our Thailand centre needs some renovation having housed 28 children up until early 2017. Our children had grown-up together and having now graduated them all, we are preparing the centre for the next generation of children.
We are looking for Volunteers with construction and building trade skills who are interested in staying at our center for an extended period. You will work with our Center Directors and will be willing to lead small to medium sized repair projects, training other volunteers as necessary.
In addition to making a notable difference in the lives of children, you will have plenty of time to explore the natural beauty of Indonesia.
Make a difference in the lives of impoverished children
Enhance your CV with international experience
Immerse yourself in Thai culture
Explore Chiang Rai and its surrounding National Parks
Gain international experience
Join a global network of IHF volunteers and alumni, make life-long friendships
Leave a Legacy by adding value to our center with your knowledge, skills and expertise help us to creating something that will give access to education to a new generation of children for the next decade
Accommodation and meals, prepared by a local member of staff, are included in this program. Interns will also be provided a small living stipend to cover local expenses.
Initial visa fees are the responsibility of the volunteer, however subsequent visa renewal fees will be covered by IHF.
Note: due to the nature of our work with children, should you application be accepted we do require a criminal background check which is less than 1 year old.
2 Weeks ago
I am the Chief Education Executive for the International Humanity Foundation and the Executive Director of IHF Thailand. I am responsible for looking after the volunteers at the center and managing the programs there.
Depending on the length of their stay volunteers will be housed on site in either private rooms or single sex shared dorms. The dorms are clean and well looked after. The center has 2 large communal dining areas one inside and one outside. All meals are provided at the center. The center has 2 bathrooms, showers and hot and cold running water. The center is located in a semi-rural area on the edge of the city approximately 20 minutes drive from the airport and 5 minutes drive from the nearest mall and supermarket
Local staff prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner. The kitchen is also kept quite well stocked should you wish to make your own meals