Quotes from our former staff
Make A Difference
There are 60+ kids on this campus that are in need of attention, care, and love. By becoming a volunteer you can help fulfill these needs, making a lasting impact on their lives.
Most frequent questions and answers
We are always needing willing people to become house parents, house assistants, Teachers, Maintenance, Secretaries, and agriculture director!
A potential volunteer should enjoy working with kids, be self motivated, flexible, have initiative, and have a heart for serving others!
Being bilingual or speaking spanish is also appreciated
During the school year each house wakes up around 6:30 to do worship and gets ready for school which runs from 8-12. After school there is work, chores and free time until dinner time. After dinner there is worship and bedtime is usually around 9:30.
This is an overall schedule but it each house has their own specific schedules
Check your country’s embassy to know visa and vaccination requirements.
Bolivia currently requires a negative PCR test no longer than 48 hours before arrival. They may also require a hotel reservation, and a yellow fever vaccination, although they rarely ask for those 2. You will need a yellow fever vaccination if you plan to apply for a temporary work visa, however, it is not required for the temporary residency visa.
If you are flying into La Paz you will need to buy a flight to Rurrenabaque
Once you reach Rurrenabaque a staff member will go pick you up
Details will be figured out with director once plans are set