Written by Jackson Vaughan on 2017-11-13. Posted in Tips
Somewhat by chance, I learned about La Bomba de Tiempo (hereafter referred to as “LBdT”) online, but the scant mention in an article piqued my interest. I already loved going…
Written by Jesica Franco on 2017-10-29. Posted in Childcare & Children
Today is Jessica's last day volunteering at the kindergarten.
Written by Sarah Davie on 2017-10-23. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
When I first signed up with Voluntario Global in May, I thought I Voluntario Global was a small organization that helps one or two schools. After getting there, I learned…
Written by Mario Coccaro on 2017-10-23. Posted in Community Development
It’s Santiago. The pain is endless and together as society we’ll have to get through grief and loss.
Written by Laura Hammelsvang on 2017-10-14. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
My name is Laura, I'm from Denmark and I'm 19 years old. Last year I was a volunteer in one of the kindergartens in Buenos Aires for 6 weeks.
Written by Valeria Gracia on 2017-10-05. Posted in Environment
Our students at Pacheco Community invited volunteers helping at different projects in Buenos Aires to spend Saturday afternoon with them.
Written by Valeria Gracia on 2017-10-17. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
On October 7th, we carried our the 3rd. Encounter of Voluntario Global's Network of Organizations.
Written by Bridget Gleeson on 2017-10-02. Posted in Travel Argentina
Influenced by foreign language and cheeky wordplay, Buenos Aires’ lunfardo slang is representative of the city’s diverse population and playful demeanour.
Written by volunteercard on 2017-09-28. Posted in Travel Argentina
Safety in large cities in a common topic among groups and individuals who are traveling abroad. Volunteer trips can often take us through some of the largest international cities. When…
Written by Riccardo Antonucci on 2017-09-11. Posted in Environment
It is a great opportunity to experience social phenomena from the perspective the radio projects gave me here in Buenos Aires.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-08. Posted in Tips
Here's the Top 5 Tips for Traveling in Buenos Aires.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-06. Posted in Tips
While you are volunteering abroad in Buenos Aires, the Subte will be your savior.
Written by Evelyn Gaucin on 2017-09-05. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
It has been a year since I got back to Austin from spending about half of my year in Argentina. To say that my experience at Voluntario Global was amazing…
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-04. Posted in Tips
There are many neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, and while I have not visited all of them during my time here, I wanted to give some information on the ones I…
Written by Coral García Dorado on 2017-09-03. Posted in Writing & Communications
After a month without news of Santiago Maldonado, the Argentine people left last Friday to the streets of the city of Buenos Aires to go to a multitudinous protest in…
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-01. Posted in Tips
When you come to Buenos Aires, something you should definitely know is the rule of Sundays.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-08-31. Posted in Tips
I know getting sick abroad can be annoying and scary, but if you get ill while volunteering in Buenos Aires I promise there is nothing to be afraid of because…
Written by Riccardo Antonucci on 2017-08-29. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
It is a great opportunity to experience social phenomena from the perspective the radios offer me.
Written by Coral Garcia on 2017-08-25. Posted in Travel Argentina
A man who tries to overcome obstacles that are imposed on the road. A huge swimming pool descends from the roof. Impossible choreographies, dream figures and a lot of good…
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-08-08. Posted in Travel Argentina
Living in Buenos Aires for the past two months has been absolutely amazing. I feel as though I really know the city and have learned the culture, and I love…
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco. Buenos Aires. Argentina