Ways to volunteer
Work with our online adviser in the United States on any number of projects as they come up.
We are hoping you can introduce us to different ways we can promote ourselves online, as well as any other useful suggestions you have. We’re very open and flexible and want to utilize the strengths that you have.
The Shalom Center (http://shalomcentretz.webs.com)
In addition we work very closely with the Shalom Center and we are happy to work out an arrangement where you spend half your time working with the orphanage and half your time working with Diamond Glacier Adventures.
The aim of DGA is to be close to everyone, interacting with people from different parts of the world.
We are so grateful we want to share along with you the many things we have in Tanzania, such as the Tanzanian culture – life that differs from tribe to tribe. We want you to taste the local foods, as well as learn about Tanzanian crafts and paintings. We will make you also enjoy our traditional dance.
We are a local company. We will make you enjoy the local life from the moment you are in Tanzania.
Who can volunteer?
Volunteers must be 18 years or older at the beginning of the program, speak English, and have at least a high school education. Volunteers will be accepted on a rolling basis. Preference will be given to those that can stay longer than two months.
Room and Board
For only $5 US per day, the Shalom Center (http://shalomcentretz.webs.com) offers room, board, and 3 meals a day for volunteers.
What additional costs will I have?
Visa (US$100 for US nationals and US$50 for non-US nationals), work permit (US$120), flights, travel insurance (recommended), vaccinations.
What to bring
Although sleeping accommodations are provided, you will want to bring a pillow, towel, and sleeping bag from home, especially if you plan to take any trips or go on safari while you are here.
How to Volunteer: Contact Demi at firstname.lastname@example.org