Raise funds for VSO and you could change the lives of people living in some of the poorest communities in the world.
VSO Volunteers give an overview of their experiences of volunteering.
A short film looking at how a VSO volunteer helped a local Bangladeshi community move from agriculture to fishing due to the destruction of their habitat by saline water.
MP Jenny Willott spent two weeks with VSO’s VK Home Based Care project in Zambia. Almost one in five people in Zambia are HIV positive and many of the ill are cared for by female relatives or neighbours, VK Home Based Care supports these carers.
VSO volunteers have been supporting education in Nepal for over forty years. Today they’re sharing their skills at all levels of the education system to ensure real, lasting change. Hear from VSO volunteers helping teachers, children and the government alike to improve teaching and working conditions throughout the country.
Big Curry Night is the tastiest, most sociable way to raise money for VSO! You can have a Big Curry Night anywhere – in your home, school, local pub or community centre. In this film, meet pub landlord Steve King. He’s giving his punters delicious curry and all proceeds go to VSO.
Watch this story on acid violence in Bangladesh and why you should join the Godmothers campaign.
VSO campaigns to bring important issues to the attention of policy makers and people in the UK. Brian and Sue Wind are involved with VSO’s campaigns and used their voice to make a difference. Hear about their experience and get ideas for what you can do to make a difference.
Raise vitally needed funds for VSO’s work giving some of the poorest people in the world access to a quality education.
The impact of international volunteers paired with national volunteers is explored in this film looking at VSO’s work with communities and development in Cameroon, China and Mozambique. Focussing on women’s rights, disability and HIV / AIDS.