Not only will you receive award-winning fundraising support all year from Childreach International, but our travel provider Rare Adventures are there for you 24 hours a day during your trip - should you ever need them. Rare Adventures are responsible for all logistical aspects of your trip, so please don't hesitate to give them a call on 020 3475 5009 if you have any questions.
“Wiping the sweat and dirt from your forehead with the back of your hand, you breathe a sigh of relief. Your tasks for the day are complete. You never thought you’d find getting your hands dirty and mucking in a building project such a rewarding experience. But here you with, with a group of new friends, enjoying a new culture and wholly different experience to your everyday life...”
Are you passionate about volunteering? Do you want to do something to make a difference this summer without taking away work from the local tradesmen? Our Big Build’s provide an opportunity for you take part in ethical international volunteering opportunities. You will be working closely with local experts to improve the learning facilities for the children of the community.
Not only will your contribution go on to benefit generations of children, you will also be living in the community, have the opportunity to sample local foods and learn about a different culture first hand.
The Big Build Nepal is for a minimum of 11 days, with an option to extend your stay, allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the experience and fully appreciate the beauty of Nepal
You will have the chance to:
Meet the children that Childreach Nepal work with, and who directly benefit from your fundraising
Spend a week living in a local community in rural Nepal
You can have time to do independent travel with your team. Past participants have explored Kathmandu and have been on adventure trips to Pokhara for bungee jumps
For more information, please check back to see our information pack
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