Relief Centre Secretariat, Temple Road, Seenigama, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
No minimum commitment. Start date is ongoing throughout the year.
Type Of Work:
We are looking for volunteers to assist with a variety of projects. Projects include working with the medical centre or mental health unit, working with children, teaching English, teaching sport, arranging sporting events, setting up new businesses, working on environmental and conservation projects and helping with livelihoods projects and women�s empowerment programmes.
The ability to speak English is essential. We are looking for help from all volunteers who are enthusiastic, proactive and able to work on their own initiative. Specific skills depend on the project area.
Accommodation is avaliable in the village from US$5 per day. There is a fully equipped kitchen so that volunteers can cater for themselves. Alternatively meals can be provided at the cost of US$10 per day. There are no administrative costs but we ask volunteers to pay for their own travel and living expenses.
(Note: email address is tripple protected from spammers.)
The vision of the Foundation of Goodness is to create a sustainable rural community model designed to empower the less priviledged rural communities. The Foundation of Goodness is unique in adopting a holistic approach. We attend to all of the needs of the villagers and surrounding area, including housing, infrastructure, healthcare, education, skills development, sports, environment and cultural preservation.
Ines Setorwofia — 11 March 2011, 09:47
Hi, I have been interested in this project but feelin very insecure if the mentioned website does not work. Unortunately does it not show any care tha volunteers are important for the organisation otherwise they would update this above menioned information.
Illegal — 25 December 2011, 15:34
Think, The link of the homepage is Not Wright.
jonathan — 05 January 2012, 08:46
Thanks for telling us about the broken link! It's been fixed.
Sheeree — 08 June 2012, 03:44
Hi, I am a member of the Damian Lewis Fan Group and we have been doing fund-raising for Project Galle since January at the rsqeeut of Mr. Lewis. Can you tell us anything about the work the organizatio