Group International Volunteer Opportunities

Change your group’s perspective. Help them learn and practice important skills. Accelerate their personal growth. Build a richer community. United Planet will work closely with you to plan, implement and provide support for a unique experience that is built specifically around your group, your people, your goals.

Who We Work With

Building Your Group Quest

Are you organizing a group of five or more volunteers? United Planet will work closely with you to design a volunteer experience that is built specifically around your group, your goals, and your budget.

Past Examples

Louisiana State University in Ecuador

Louisiana State University sent a group of eleven student volunteers and two faculty members to Ecuador to immerse in local culture, volunteer at daycare centers, and learn and grow as a group. The volunteers were able to paint four murals and plant a vegetable garden for a daycare center in Quito and repaint much of the furniture for another center in Otavalo. However, the most impact was found in the bonds the volunteers formed with the children, staff, and communities that they became a part of for two weeks.

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TAQA Global in Ghana

TAQA, which means energy in Arabic, is an international energy and water company based in Abu Dhabi. Last year, TAQA employees traveled on a United Planet Group Quest to Ghana so they could learn more about the people and culture of one of the countries in which they operate. TAQA’s Quest project focused on renovating a local school and immersing in the culture, strengthening relationships, and building teamwork skills.

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University of Idaho in Costa Rica

For the past few years, the University of Idaho has sent multiple groups of students on United Planet Quests. In 2012, a group of 13 students traveled to Costa Rica to work with a local elementary school on various projects. They cleaned and painted the school to help provide the students with a better environment for learning, built a restroom facility from the ground up, and even organized a carnival for the community members.
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