Help repair and maintain daycare facilities by painting, cleaning, and upgrading classrooms, building playgrounds, and providing plumbing, carpentry and electrical assistance.
An Adventure in Service in Ecuador
Volunteer in Ecuador and give children a healthy start in life! Help pre-schoolers from impoverished families reach their full potential through games, songs, English lessons and art projects. Also help improve their playgrounds, classrooms and educational resources, and enhance their health and nutrition.
At the same time, you experience all the color, music, art and flavor of Ecuadorian culture. Travel with us – a long-standing non-profit leader in worldwide volunteering.
Give. Explore. Care. Make Friends. Be a Global Volunteer.
Every day is a new adventure in service working under the direction of our community partners. Interact with babies and toddlers in the daycare centers we helped build and expand to provide safe learning spaces for children while their mothers work.
And, consider this: Your program and travel costs are tax-deductible! One- and two-week itineraries, including lodging, food, local transportation, project materials and a trained team leader are available year-round. There’s no other program like this to truly make a difference and experience this fascinating country.
“Before this trip, Ecuador was just a country that started with the letter ‘E’ Now, I understand their history, and I have people there I care about. They will always be with me.”
Lindsay – Ecuador Volunteer
“Travel With Passion and Purpose”
“People seek us out, and share stories of their lives, their history and their challenges.”
“It made me a kinder person, a warmer person, and even a less-judgmental person. But really, it gave me tremendous perspective.”
“Almost everyone I met in one way or another thanked me just for coming there.”
“You realize you have something in common with the people you’re working with. It really is waging peace through justice worldwide.”
“These have been among the most meaningful and beneficial experiences in my life.”