Litter is a serious problem in Bali, and locals often throw their rubbish on the street when they’re finished with it. Food in Bali was traditionally wrapped in biodegradable banana leaves, but plastic waste in particular is now a common sight. Volunteers can play an important role in educating local children, adults and tourists about protecting the environment and responsible practices.
I am a college student and wants to travel during my summer breaks and work with an organization through IVHQ volunteering programme.
I will be based in local primary schools, helping to run classes around recycling and getting into the community on clean up campaigns.
My ultimate goal is to gain knowledge, skills and experience in the world to make a positive impact on the lives of people worldwide. To take a step further in my journey, I have decided to join the IVHQ supported volunteering in Environmental and climate change in Bali- UBUD in the month of May and June.
The IVHQ Bali volunteer program is based in Bali’s cultural center of Ubud, with volunteer placements located predominately in the villages of Pejeng and Penestanan.
WHAT YOUR DONATION WILL DO
Your donation, no matter how big or small, will help make this trip possible. The money I raise will go towards program fees, airfare and transportation, vaccinations, and travel insurance. Any extra money will go towards purchasing supplies to bring to the children and assisting with any other local projects.
Your donation will help me have the chance to embark on this amazing experience.
Thank you so much for reading my campaign and I hope you will consider donating!