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Join thousands of volunteers on affordable volunteer Kenya programs helping to change the world one family at a time

Make a positive difference to people’s lives in disadvantaged areas of Kenya.
Guaranteed lowest Kenya program fees in the US – starting at $145.
Fees paid directly to host families and projects – no middlemen.
Life-changing experiences for volunteers AND aid recipients.

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  • Volunteer in Kenya Opportunities

    Are you seeking an affordable and safe volunteer abroad in Kenya and travel option? Then you have come to the right place!

    • Lowest prices guaranteed; starting at $145 a week
    • 3,000 plus happy volunteers since 2010 have enjoyed life changing projects
    • The safest and highest quality experience volunteering in Kenya
    • Positively impact the lives of poor children and communities
     

    Astride the equator on Africa’s eastern coast lies Kenya, where colors are intense, landscapes are breathtaking, and needs are great. When you choose to volunteer abroad in Kenya, you are beginning the adventure of a lifetime.

    From the stunning beaches on the Indian Ocean to the majestic heights of Mount Kilimanjaro, Kenya is a land of distinctions. Wildlife abounds, and eighteen national parks are home to innumerable species, including nearly two million wildebeest!

    Boundless Love has carefully designed several overseas volunteering opportunities in Kenya to let you explore the country, while you also serve its disadvantaged people through orphanage care, education programs, or medical services. This experience will be an enriching and rewarding one, knowing that you have helped to improve the lives of countless appreciative people. Boundless Love offers everything from a volunteer in an orphanage abroad and volunteering teaching English overseas program to a mini adventure abroad and a family volunteer trip abroad.

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  • Volunteer in Kenya Programs

    Boundless Love offers variety of exceptional volunteering and special programs such as summer volunteer travel (4 weeks), mini volunteer travel (2 weeks), hands on medical camp , family volunteering, among others, to meet your volunteering as well as travelling need. Please feel free to choose any program you love and contact us for more information:

    Volunteer Programs Locations Starting Prices Per Week 
    Work in Orphanage Nairobi $145
    Teach English Nairobi ($145) or Maasai land ($165) $145
    Wildlife Volunteer Project Lumo $500
    Medical Volunteer Project Medical volunteer projects $145
    HIV/AIDS Volunteer Project Nairobi $145
    Community development Maasai land $145
    Cultural conservation Maasai land $145
    Missions Abroad Kenya $145
    Building Classrooms Abroad Rural Kenya $145
    Hands on Medical Volunteer Abroad  (minimum 5 volunteers) $450
    Dental Medical Abroad   $450
     

    Special Programs (Volunteer + Travel, Group)

    Summer : Volunteer and Travel 4 Weeks $1,500
    Mini – Volunteer and Travel Escapes 2 Weeks Starts at $679
    Volunteer and Safari in Kenya 2 Weeks $1,300
    Family Volunteering 1-12 Weeks Starts at $250
    Alternative Spring Break 1 Week Starts at $145
    High School Volunteering 1-4 Weeks Starts at $145
    College/University Volunteering 1-4 Weeks Starts at $145
    • Airport pick up/transfer (45 miles) $50 Nairobi
    • Airport pick up/transfer (75 miles) $75 outside Nairobi.

  • Dates and Prices

     

    Dates: Volunteer in Kenya

    All volunteer programs in Kenya start every Monday of each month. However, if there is travel constrains, you can start any project on any day.

    Price: Volunteer in Kenya

    Boundless Love has the most affordable and quality volunteer opportunities in Kenya. We strive to keep our costs low. The humanitarian side of the business is our passion.

    Boundless Love’s volunteer abroad in Kenya application and registration fee cost US $199. In addition to the application fee, you are required to pay a weekly program fee. You will pay your weekly fee directly to the country coordinator, who in turn will allocate it to your host family, project and other in-country support we offer to our volunteers. This way, the fees that you pay will benefit those who rightfully deserve them, and not for company profit.

    Weeks Nairobi/Maasai Health/HIV
      1 Week   $145   $195
      2 Weeks   $200   $250
      3 Weeks   $300   $325
      4 Weeks   $450   $650
      5 Weeks   $550   $875
      6 Weeks   $650   $900
      7 Weeks   $750   $1025
      8 Weeks   $850   $1250
      9 Weeks   $950   $1375
      10 Weeks   $1050   $1500
      11 Weeks   $1150   $1625
      12 Weeks   $1250   $1850
    • Airport pick up/transfer (45 miles) $50 Nairobi
    • Airport pick up/transfer (75 miles) $75 outside Nairobi.
    • Summer volunteer and adventure (4 weeks include safari) $1,800
    Program fees cover:
    • Accommodation (host family)
    • Food ( local food 3 times a day)
    • In-country support
    • Pre-departure information
    • Certificate of completion
    • Fundraising ideas and letters

    Program fees Exclude:

    • Visas
    • Airfare
    • Personal expenses on soft drinks and foods
    • Daily transportation
    • Airport return transfer
     

    How your fee is allocated?

    The program fees will cover expenses that will begin on the first day of the program to the last day of the program. If you arrive before the first day of the volunteer abroad in Kenya program or you decide you stay beyond your program’s last day, you will be responsible for the additional expenses

  • Accommodations and Meals: Volunteer in Kenya

    During your volunteering opportunity in Kenya program, Boundless Love’s weekly fees include management of volunteers’ meal plans and accommodations throughout projects and travel options. Three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) will be provided and will consist of local ingredients and feature traditional cuisine choices.

    Our volunteer program in Kenya meal program can accommodate vegetarian needs; however, we are not able to provide for other dietary restrictions. Food and drinks outside of mealtimes are the volunteer’s responsibility. In most cases, there are restaurants and markets nearby the homes in which our volunteers stay.

    During volunteer abroad in Kenya timeframe, you will stay with a host family. Volunteers staying with a host family usually have a single bedroom, but may occasionally share a room with another volunteer of the same gender. Our host families are chosen carefully and are esteemed community members, who have experience in the realm of hosting international travelers.

    Host family residences are in comfortable, clean and safe neighborhoods and rooms are simply furnished and tidy. Staying with a host family can offer the support system to those having a volunteering experience in Kenya will crave during their program and it is a great way to learn about a host country’s culture and customs.

    Unless you are traveling with your husband or wife, opposite gender rooming will not be permitted. You will either have your own private room or will be sharing with a same gender roommate. You can request to room with your travel partner if you are of the same sex.

    When you volunteer abroad in Kenya, it is highly advised that you do not eat food from street vendors and do not drink the tap water. You are responsible for paying for bottled water and or asking your host family to boil you water to drink for the day.

  • Safety and Field Support

    Our number #1 priority is the safety of our volunteers. Boundless Love is a leading volunteer organization serving thousands of volunteers. We pride ourselves on providing the safest, highest quality, and most professional programs to our volunteers since 2003. Our dedicated team works closely from start to finish with each volunteer (and parents/guardians) to ensure a successful, satisfactory, and safe volunteering experience.

    Below is a list of our safety and field support features that will demonstrate the level of support and safety each of you will receive while volunteering abroad.

    1. Country Coordinator and Field Staff :

    In each country, where we operate, we have a very strong and dedicated team of country coordinators and local staff members to support and take care of you. All of our country coordinators and field staff are highly experienced and responsible individuals. They have been running volunteer abroad program for many years. They have served thousands of volunteers, so they understand your needs and know how to run safe, rewarding, and meaningful volunteer abroad program for you.

    Our In-country staff is responsible for a number of things. Below are some of the main services that they will provide:

    • Airport pick-up and transfer to host family or work site
    • Management of room and food in host family
    • Orientation of local country, culture, host family, safety, and related issues
    • Introduction to your host family and project staff
    • Periodic follow up visits or calls (1-2 week intervals) to ensure everything is going smoothly
    • Advice for solving any issues, problems, or concerns
    2. Airport Greeting

    We are dedicated to keeping you save and comfortable from your point of your arrival until your point of departure. We will always receive our volunteers at the airport and transfer them safely. Depending upon the country in which you choose to volunteer, our coordinator, local staff, or a professional transfer company employee will greet you at the airport.

    3. Orientation and safety discussion

    Regardless of where you join the Boundless Love volunteer program, our program starts with an in depth discussion on safety, history, cultural people, religion, life, and do’s and don’ts. Depending upon the country, these orientation programs range from a few hours to three days. During orientation, we explain the different aspect of safety and general guidelines to help keep yourself safe while volunteering abroad.

    4. Safe Host Family and Accommodation

    While volunteering abroad, the majority of the time you will reside with a local host family, hostel, or similar accommodation. We always carefully select the host families and other forms of accommodations to make sure that you will be safe and comfortable. In all destinations, we have selected host families who are socially respected and responsible. Most of our host families have hosted international volunteers before, so they completely understand your needs. Your host family will always take care of you and keep you safe.

    Similarly, all of our volunteer houses and hostels are located in very safe locations. These hostels are always guarded by security guards or supervised by the local staff very frequently to make sure that you are safe and secure. Also you will be staying with other volunteers from all over the world. You will never be alone.

    5. Placement with Other Volunteers

    Boundless Love is happy to place you with other volunteers (depending on availability) if this is something that would make you feel safer.

    Any international travel requires caution and awareness; volunteering abroad is no exception. We suggest that all volunteers consult their own government advisory office before making the decision to participate in any overseas volunteering opportunities. International travel presents risks, especially with the modern day threat of international terrorism.

    The U.S. State Department issues travel warnings and advisories in many countries for American travelers. These travel advisories and warnings frequently change, as situations in each country transform.

    These links provide valuable travel information:

    • British Foreign Office Advice
    • Australian Government Advice
    • Canadian Government Advice

    It is also wise to consult the Center for Disease Control for health related information and issues that might come up during your time volunteering abroad. Check out www.cdc.gov for possible health risks. One must also keep in mind that the sanitary conditions in developing countries are likely very different from those in your home country. It is also strongly advised that you do not drink the tap water and do not eat food from street vendors.

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