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New NGO's out there?
If you've stumbled on this website and dig the idea, if you've lived abroad and discovered your own collection of organizations, working in country we haven't covered, then by all means get in touch! Give us some NGO's to look into, and we'll look into them ASAP and get a new page up. You'll even receive a warm thank-you and honored mention on the page!
Recommendations of NGO's
If you have volunteered for a great organization and want to write-up a profile to promote it, we invite you to contact us and hash this thing out. In return for your input, we are prepared to include links and information.
Write a Blog Post
Or you would love to contribute us with a blog post about your experiences traveling or tips to other fellow volunteers around the world. You know how to gather words in to amazing content, then please let us know! In return we offer you placement of your personal links on the NGO list to receive more visitors on your side.
The NGO List was carefully raised and founded by
Emma (lovely and British) and Jonathon (grumpy and Louisianan), met in Korea in 2005 and were both on there first contracts as EFL teachers. From there they went to Guatemala, Turkey and back to Guatemala. In 2013 the set off on a trip from Guatemala to Argentina went to Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.
Inspired by there volunteering experiences, they wanted to share information about all the great NGO's they had discovered, visited, worked for, interacted with, and admired. This website is there way of honoring all the organizations out there working for the good of the world, of helping fellow travelers who have a yearning to volunteer while traveling, and there way of continuing there service to the communities and countries they had been to in the past.
Las Manos de Christine (Guatemala), Camino Seguro (Guatemala), Project Hope Istanbul, Earth Lodge (Guatemala), Unfinished Picture Project, As Green As it Gets (Guatemala)
Today in 2017 Btina and Yago (both from Switzerland), have taken over the administration part of the NGO List. With a new fresh design and the mission to continue, with their leading effort from Emma and Jonathon!
After a holiday trip to Costa Rica they decided to leave Switzerland and explore Latin America. With there mission, to find a place and live sustainable in harmony with nature as self-sufficient as possible. With permaculture as a practical tool for self-supporting ecosystems to build and to promote biodiversity.
Seeking for properties started in Paraguay went over to Bolivia, Colombia and finally Ecuador. In 2016 they bought a property near Los Encuentros in the Amazon region of Ecuador and there dreams became true. With the time they got Volunteers at there place and still inviting people from all over the world to be part of there project PermaTree