Community Partner since 2007.

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Internet Access in Cuba

Internet access in Cuba

Internet access in Cuba is relatively new, and it’s limited in several ways. There is only one telecommunications service provider, ETECSA, which is government owned, like most things in Cuba. ETECSA sells Wi-Fi cards which can be used in Wi-Fi hotspot areas in the city. They cost two dollars per hour, which is what an […]

Can Volunteerism Help Heal Ethnic Divisions in Cuba?

healing ethnic divisions in Cuba

Of the many similarities between the U.S. and Cuba, one of the more serious social problems we share is the historical racial divide between black and white citizens.  The Creole, African, and Spanish descendants who have, over six centuries, built a rich and soulful Cuban culture, don’t share the same economic and educational opportunities on the island equally. […]

Serving Alongside the Cuban People

Cuban People

Reflections from Linda, a recent Cuba Global Volunteer, on serving alongside the Cuban people: I recently had the privilege of participating in a two-week humanitarian trip to Cuba through the auspices of Global Volunteers. The trip more than met my expectations and was educational, fulfilling and gratifying. I felt that as a group we made […]

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Top 4 Island Volunteer Vacations

Island Volunteer Vacations

With crystal-blue bays, soft sand beaches, breathtaking views, and a care-free island “beat, ” it’s easy to see why people choose to volunteer on our island volunteer vacations. Although these are some of the most beautiful places on Earth, the poverty on these islands is often hidden from the average tourist. As a volunteer, you provide […]

Cultural Exchange in Cuba

Cultural Exchange in Cuba

Tom, a Boy Scout Leader who served with his troop in Ciego de Avila, writes about their people-to-people cultural exchange in Cuba: No alarm clock rang as the sun streamed through the curtains. Did we oversleep? After waking early for the past 5 days we all slept in late today. Breakfast was at a slower Cuban pace as […]

Launching my Team of Volunteers in Cuba

team of volunteers in Cuba

Barbara Morris, a Volunteer Team Leader, provides a glimpse into her work supporting and enabling her team of volunteers in Cuba. Bright and early, our gardeners, clad in hats, sunscreen, and gloves headed out with their host to work in the garden. Kind of like sending kids off to their first day of school!  Next the “maintenance” crew, […]

Commercial Flights to Cuba for Havana Volunteering

Experience Cuba as a Volunteer

Five Airlines – Seven U.S. Cities While tourism for U.S. citizens in Cuba is not yet permitted,  you can volunteer in Havana and experience the very best of this beautiful island nation! Recently, a few commercial flights have removed the hassles and added costs of charter flights and overnights in Miami. Flying direct to Havana from U.S. cities makes volunteering in Cuba […]

Volunteering in Havana Just Got a Whole Lot Cheaper

Commercial flights to Havana now available!

Commercial Flights To Havana from U.S. Are Now Available! Volunteering in Cuba just got even better! U.S. airlines now offer daily commercial flights to Havana from U.S. cities — such as New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston, and more. You can also fly from other major cities, such Fort Lauderdale and Miami, to Santa Clara in central […]

45 Exquisite Cuba Photos (Warning: You’ll Fall in Love!)

Exquisite Cuba Photos

Our Cuba volunteer program centers around the Cuban people – their hopes, dreams and goals. We’ve worked with our community partners since 2007. This is a landmark opportunity to volunteer in Cuba and live among the Cuban people! “It was a wonderful trip. I really appreciated all the efforts made in terms of cultural lectures […]

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A Day of Service-Learning in Cuba

service-learning in Cuba

Ever wonder what a day of service-learning in Cuba looks like? We assure you that when you help others in Cuba, your life, in turn, changes in unimaginable ways. But you don’t have to trust only our word… Read the words of Sydney, a University of Central Missouri student, describing her day in the life of a Cuba Global […]