Volunteering Opportunities

How would you like to experience an unforgettable trip to Africa? Instead of spending your holidays this year holed up in some tourist resort, or going to the same place every year because you know just what to expect, why not try something new? Something that not only will be helping others but will also provide you an opportunity to get to know Africa in a special way.

Learn about Africa, its people, nature, and culture by volunteering with one of our projects here in Kenya. We can put you in touch with a variety of Community Projects and needy causes, to which you can donate your time and talents.

Not all your time will have to be given to humanitarian work though. You can combine your Community Work with a holiday. At Kenya’s Coast you can enjoy the white sand beaches of Mombasa in one of the many hotels there. Or how about an excursion to one of Kenya’s famous National Parks?

If you would like to find out more details and specifics as to opportunities and costs involved you can write to us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Reactions from Volunteers

“I stayed in Kenya with FCM for one month. It was a fun and challenging experience. I got to enjoy the beautiful weather, people and culture of this country, while at the same time contributing to the betterment of the lives of underprivileged here. I felt very much at home with the other volunteers, and found them a great team to not just work with but also relax and have fun with. Overall it was a very satisfying experience and I would be very happy to visit again in the future!” -- Sarah Powdrill (England)

“Working with Family Care Missions this past month has been a very inspiring and life changing experience. They are a fun team to work with. My time here in Kenya has really opened my eyes to what the African people go through, and I’m so thankful for this time here. I am glad that I was able to be a help here, and I hope many more lives will be changed through FCM initiatives in the future.” -- Gabriel Birks (England)