Please Note:

Our Thailand Centre is not currently accepting volunteers. Please check back in Winter 2020 for available positions.

At Home Volunteers — 

Work with IHF volunteers located across the world and at our local centers from the comfort of your home – hours are flexible! 


Living near our centers in Kenya, Thailand, Indonesia. And offices USA , France.


This Legacy Scholarship Program offers $100 a Week for volunteers located at our centers who commit to 4 hours a day of service to international teams. Shared room & board included.


All students are welcome to volunteer and apply for a student internship.

GUEST STAY — The Legacy Volunteer Program.

For those wanting to volunteer-vacation at our centers, getting to know our children and community.

You have the option to help 2-4 hours a day teaching classes or doing a special community project sharing a talent or knowledge you have.

Examples include:
– Teaching a language
– Health & Safety including CPR/First Aid
– Job Skills/Resume Writing
– Visual/Performing Arts
– You tell us!

Although you are not required to teach during your stay, we believe everyone comes with unique skills and our motto is to PASS IT ON.

Food and lodging is very simple and similar to our local residents.


Volun-tourists come to the center as our Guests. They participate with the community activities and are shown the culture by local villagers and children of our centers. The funds we receive from our Volun-tourists go towards the Community Projects as designated by each Center.

Fees: Special Tours and activities are included for families, couples and individuals. Families 3-5 members are $800 a week and up depending on the tours and activities.

Couples: $450 a week and up depending on tours and activities Singles: $350 a week and up depending on tours and activities.

The Global Leadership Development  — 

The GLD training Program seeks to facilitate the growth of Global Leaders through direct volunteer service with an international organization.

This is a comprehensive program, with volunteers participating in rotational assignments in the core components of the International Humanity Foundation. This includes center operations, legalities, community development, finance, fundraising, media and communications, and more.

The GLD—Co-director training program requires a commitment of at least four months, but recommends six months to a year to properly learn the skills needed for directing a Non-profit or to start one.


This Position requires proficient English and at least one year of experience directing for a non-profit (preferrably international).