The InterVol Nottingham project began in 2009 and has supported poverty reduction, rural water projects, and community education in both Uganda and Cambodia. The project is a registered group within the University of Nottingham Student’s Union. We are very happy to hear from students at Nottingham University who would like to volunteer with any of our partner charities and start a new InterVol committee.
Over 50 Nottingham University students have worked overseas with us since 2009 and over £15,000 of grant funding has been raised for education and community development.
To apply to be an InterVol volunteer at Nottingham University please complete the application form here:
To submit your form and for queries on InterVol Nottingham please get in touch with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Katie Willis’ volunteering story on her education project with Golden Futures in Cambodia.
- Maria Benedict’s blog on career support for young people at the New Future for Children centre in Phnom Penh.
- Check out InterVol Nottingham’s Facebook group here.
Feature photo: The Trent Building, University of Nottingham, by Shamraze/Nuhaize (Flickr)