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Volunteer & Intern with Kenosis Foundation, INDIA

World, Asia, India, Bengaluru

OFFER YOUR HELP

Travel dates

25°C, 01:58

About the workproject

We need 11 volunteers

Greetings from Kenosis Foundation (KF), located in the city of Bangalore, south part of India.

It's a not for profit organization (NGOs), working and supports women and girl children with help of volunteers times, skills and their contribution in kind as donation. As we are not a funded organization we rely /depend on volunteers supports. For this, we would like to invite many volunteers, who like to join anyone of our projects.

At least one’s life time, giving back to society, makes you proud and meaning to what we did to others. Kenois has such offer to impact your life as you can impact the society in need. So, we call for your supports to join us along with your friends, family, and others. Please recommend young people who need to explore world and learn out of what they do to boost their life and skills.

We offer overseas voluntary work placements including teaching, care, conservation & environment, medicine & healthcare, women’s empowerment, social work internship law & human rights, health and community development, micro-finance, and micro-credit and more.

• Anyone above 17 years can apply,
• All our programs are all year round
• Affordable prices, which covers your food, stay, airport pick up, local project transfer, training and placement, cultural exchange, certificate at the end of volunteer work etc
• Try to apply before 2-3 months and reserve your seats by making 295 Euros as a deposit as a part of your fee. The fee covers all your food, stay, airport pick up, drop off to airport, project training, placement, local transfer, resource materials, certificate, cultural trips etc.

To know more about our charity projects, volunteer opportunities, and volunteering cost, online application, when and how to apply, please write back to us. We shall connect with you immediately.

With Regards
Issac Rayappan
Founder & Director, Kenosis Foundation, India

About the host

Kenosis (39)

Host since

2016

Languages

English

Last seen online

2 Months ago

Meet ISSAC RAYAPPAN ~ Founder, President, and Managing Director
Issac leads the daily operations of Kenosis Foundation. He has completed a Bachelor's degree in science (Zoology, biochemistry, biology, environment, and biotech). As part of his religious training, he has also received a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Theological studies. He worked several years on health, education, child rights, human rights and community development projects. After several years of priestly duties and missionary work experience with the rural poor in remote villages and slum communities; he envisioned an organization with a fully committed working staff. Subsequently, he registered Kenosis Foundation (KF) with the Government of India on the 29, July 2013; in order to continue his mission.

His positive and powerful experiences led him to believe that other like-minded people would enjoy similar opportunities. He then completed his Masters of Philosophy (M. Phil.) degree in Community Health and organizational Development.

He has some experience in nonviolent compassionate communication (NVC). In the past organized trainings and workshops for students, youth, educators and heads of NGOs in India. His long desire is to spread NVC among young people, educators and parents through schools, colleges and other educational settings. He is a full-time contributor to multiple projects of the Kenosis Foundation and building partnerships across the world to work with different cultures and create more space for intercultural and youth exchange programs.

He takes care of organizing the entire international Volunteers projects in coordination with international agencies. He is also devoted to increasing the chances of partnerships for implementation of ecotourism programs in India.

Project dates

Open for offers, contact us


Work to be done

  • gardening
  • construction
  • farming
  • language practice
  • help in the house
  • teaching projects
  • maintenance tasks
  • tourist support
  • elderly care
  • eco projects
  • animal care
  • charity work
  • art projects
  • computer help
  • internet support
  • child care / au pair
  • boat handlers
  • pet sitting

Expected workhours

  • 5 hours a day
  • 5 days a week

Work exchange deal

  • private cottage, shared cottage, shared room, camper, tent, guest house

Your accommodation depends on where you are placed (Villages, towns and cities). Stay with beneficiaries house or staff ,where you will have common or shared rooms, toilets, get involved in cooking and learn Indian dishes or cook your own food and teach them, eat together in flexible timings, the families are more welcoming , more safety , supports, emergency health care supports, hot water facilities, and have your own freedom to move around and attend gatherings or go out etc. Mosquito nets and repellents, provided. No internet or computers available. You can take monthly pack up and charge it.

  • shared meals

3 meals a day with morning and evening coffee breaks, snacks and other eatables, variety of Indian dishes, pure drinking water, fruits and vegetables and other possible beverages. Both vegetarian and non vegetarian food provided.

  • no money is involved