Volunteering, a very good way to teach, serve, care and help others has a meaningful, positive impact on a society and the volunteers too can have many benefits like getting practical knowledge of a country or a region with different culture and customs.

Whether you teach kids, serve orphaned children, you'll experience the real world through hands-on work. You can use this experience to explore your major or career interests.

Volunteering brings together a variety of people. Both the recipients of your volunteer efforts and your co-workers can be rich sources of insight.

Volunteering has many other intangible benefits. It can help you give back to society, break down barriers of misunderstanding or fear, explore personal issues, and even have fun.

Placing volunteers is also a part of our activities and the volunteers always remember in their life time, their happy occasions and experiences while working with us. The main aspect of our volunteers' placement is the HOME STAY, which gives them a very good, first hand knowledge of Indian Culture, customs, family set up and mingling with the family members is a memorable one to the volunteers. The volunteers never forget the week end trips on Saturdays and Sundays to tourist spots, visiting the families of the Managing trustee's relatives settled in different locations and attending the local ceremonies and functions.
Ms. Paula of U.K.
Ms. Paula of U.K. says:
'The way M. Mary Vijaya and her family welcomed me into their home in virudhunagar was incredible. Living with a host family allows you to really get to know the locals and experience the Tamil culture. Spending time with the family gave me incredible insight into the South Indian way of life and great friendships were built. With their sense of humour, overcoming the language barrier became a constant source of laughter and was, in the end, extremely rewarding. I am forever grateful for their kindness. Thank you.
Ms. Vaishaly, Netherlands


Ms. Jessica of U.S.A. with the managing trustee's family
Ms. Molly, U.S.A.
Ms. Sara, Ms. Caroline, Ms. Rachel all from the U.K. and Ms. Michelle, from the U.S.A.
Ms. Melissa and Ms. Debora both from the U.S.A
Ms.Fiona from Australia
T E F L volunteer Mr. David, U.K.
Ms. Sally, U.K. and Ms. Lisa, U.S.A
Ms. Sonya, Ms. Shruti, Mr. Shreyance, Ms. Ashley and Ms. Bridget of the MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, U.S.A.
Ms. Nidhi, Michigan University, U.S.A.
Ms. Hannah, U.K.
Ms. Jasmine of AUSTRALIA on weekend tour
Ms. Kaitlin of the U.S.A.
Ms. Penelope , GREECE, Ms. Sara, ITALY and Ms. Shireley, HONGKONG
Ms. Marina of  FRANCE  with our school kids on excursion
Ms. Aisha of UGANDA and Ms. Sara of the U.S.A.
Ann Jaimi of CANADA
Ms. Ann Jaimi of CANADA
Mrs. Lydia of the U.S.A.
Mrs. Lydia of the U.S.A.
Mr. Matt, Mrs. Sharon and Ms. Holy Grupe of the U.S.A.
Mr. Matt, Mrs. Sharon and Ms. Holy Grupe of the U.S.A.
Mr. Matt, Mrs. Sharon and Ms. Holy Grupe of the U.S.A.
Ms. Florie Anne, Ms. Ozeneaux Claire and Ms. Claire Benard of FRANCE
Ms. Alicia, U.S.A., Ms. Philipine, Ms. Marthe, Ms. Capucine,
Ms. Alicia, U.S.A., Ms. Philipine, Ms. Marthe, Ms. Capucine,
Ms. Clemence all from FRANCE and Ms. Anne of IRELAND
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