Environmental and climate protection with workcamps
Would you like to become active yourself to protect the climate and nature? Do you want to use your time and work for a charitable project? Then register for one of our nature conservation camps.
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Travel grants for sustainable travel
If you decide to travel to your workcamp abroad by bus, train, bike or on foot, we will be happy to reimburse part of your travel expenses.
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Become a group leader
You like working in groups and maybe you have already participated in one or more workcamps? Take the next step and become a group leader for an international work camp in Germany!
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Our volunteers' experience
You would like to know what other volunteers have experienced in voluntary work projects in Germany and abroad? Here you can find reviews of different work camps.
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Dulwich Christmas Camp (Great Britain)
26.09.2022
Dulwich Christmas Camp (Great Britain)
Spend 10 days in South London supporting conservation work: The London Wildlife Trust is a city conservation organization working to improve London's green spaces for people and wildlife. Together with the Trust you will carry out practical conservation work in the beautiful Sydenham Woods in this workcamp and work together with local volunteers....
Okawa 3 (Japan)
25.09.2022
Okawa 3 (Japan)
Work in Okawa, the least populated village in Japan. International support is sought here, among other things, for maintenance and management work as well as for cleaning up forests, cherry blossoms and azaleas in the village forests....
The Witches' Claw (France)
01.09.2022
The Witches' Claw (France)
Volunteers wanted for a nature conservation project between the Mediterranean Sea and Salses Leucate, near Perpignan and the Pyrenees: Our colleagues from Solidarités Jeunesses in France are again organizing a workcamp at the end of September near Salses Leucate in a protected wetland area known for its diverse biodiversity is. This project is funded as a volunteer team through the...
Environmental protection camps in autumn (Germany)
18.08.2022
Environmental protection camps in autumn (Germany)
Volunteer for the protection of forests, moors and biodiversity in Germany Would you like to become active yourself to protect the climate and nature? Do you want to use your time and work for a charitable project? We still have a few free places in three workcamps this autumn in Germany: Protect bogs and biodiversity in Weißenstadt Help to protect one of the largest raised bogs in...
Forest project Oudemolen (Netherlands)
10.08.2022
Forest project Oudemolen (Netherlands)
The "Drentsche Aa" was named the most beautiful landscape in the Netherlands. The area is a varied old cultural landscape, characterized by the ancient interaction of agriculture and nature. Together with the Dutch State Forestry Administration, our colleagues from SIW are organizing here for the 14th time this year an international workcamp that supports the rangers of the national...
Worlds Garden (France)
10.08.2022
Worlds Garden (France)
The association PRAHDA (PROgramme d'Accueil et d'Hébergement des Demandeurs d'Asile) from St Aulaye and Ami24Ouest are partners for this project, which aims to enable people from countries outside Europe to better integrate and meet, in particular through the Participation in voluntary environmental and heritage activities. In the community garden of PRADHA, in this camp you will garden...
At the charentais lavoir  (France)
09.08.2022
At the charentais lavoir (France)
Together with international volunteers, the French community of Montendre works every year to restore its heritage and contribute to enhancing intercultural exchanges. At the workcamp in September you can lend a hand with traditional masonry work....

International Workcamps

In my workcamp, I noticed how many possibilities there are to communicate even if you don't speak the same language.

Isabell
Participant in a Workcamp in France

What is an international workcamp? In an international workcamp, young people from all over the world come together to work on a voluntary project for 2 to 3 weeks. Various projects in the areas of nature conservation and environmental protection, construction and renovation, archaeological, social or artistic fields offer a wide variety of possible work.

The working time is usually about 30 hours per week. Depending on the project, the group consists of 6 to 20 volunteers of different nationalities. The camp language is usually English, but sometimes also French, Spanish or any other language.

More information on registration, participation and preparation can be found here.

Find your workcamp now

Here you can search for workcamps in which there are currently still free places and apply for them, if you are living in Germany (or come from a country in which we have no partner organization).

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