With EU Aid Volunteers you can:
- Volunteer full-time in a humanitarian aid project around the world for between one and 18 months.
- No time to volunteer away from home? Online volunteering opportunities give the flexibility to support humanitarian aid projects wherever you are, fitting in with your other commitments.
To be an EU Aid Volunteer you need to be an EU citizen or long-term resident of an EU Member State and you must be a minimum age of 18. Online volunteering will be open to volunteers of any nationality.
EU Aid Volunteers deployed to humanitarian aid projects will receive training, accommodation and travel costs covered, and may have the possibility to undertake additional training in a European humanitarian organisation before deployment.
No current vacancies
Vacancies for full-time volunteering opportunities are expected in Spring 2018. Online volunteering is offered based on the needs of the EU Aid Volunteers projects.
Opportunities for both deployment and online volunteering will be published on the EU Aid Volunteers Platform.
Read more about EU Aid Volunteers.