give & grow
Find sustainable projects you can trust – learn, explore, engage
You are unsure how to help effectively?
Volunteering enables you to dive deep into new cultures and give a meaning to your travels.
Learn with us how to do it!
Why volunteer with give & grow?
Sustainability isn’t just a word for us. We bring people together and form a community, not an agency.
Personally visited and approved local project. You can contact all of them. No extra charge.
Free personal support in
German and English. We answer all your questions before and while travelling. We are here.
You are not the only one. Join our community of change-makers. Membership area *coming soon*
Find Your Perfect Volunteer Project
Visit African wildcats the ethical way and support a rehabilitation and awareness centre on the Garden Route in South Africa.
Empowering the local community to protect the unique fauna and flora of the island of Maio, Cape Verde. Connecting people and conservation.
Empowering elderly people, the youth and orphans through skills development. Support them to be self-sustainable.
Planting trees on Borneo or protecting wildlife on Bali and Nusa Penida – FNPF links environmental work with local communities.
We create local change by bringing people together at eye level.
give directly &
grow while learning
We are more together. Join our community to share your passion with others and enhance transparency.
The big ones are loud enough. Let’s support the local organizations directly.
Learn how to help the right way.
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It’s more than giving. It’s about giving to those who make a difference locally
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What kind of volunteer project do you want to support?
Help with animals
Protect local communities and nature
Help life in and around the ocean
Help to protect people and nature
Help and learn on farms
“The experience we had with Florence and Gabriel was unique and changed our attitude in so many areas. The idea behind the project is so extensive and diverse that we first needed a few days to understand everything, but then it was much easier to help with full commitment. (…)”