SAFE SOCIETY VOLUNTEERING PROGRAM (SSVP)

SAFE SOCIETY Volunteering Program (SSVP) brings together young people from all developing countries to volunteer in some of the poorest communities in India. Placements are 10-12 weeks in length. 

All volunteers work side-by-side with local volunteers in close proximity to project area, staying with host families within local community.

The Volunteering Program is demanding but hugely rewarding as well. It provides an excellent opportunity to enhance analytical capacity and other professional skills while you are able to contribute towards bringing positive change in lives of poor and marginalized people.

Before your travel plans finalized please ensure that you have a

  • – Overseas travel Medical Insurance
  • – All necessary medication for self-use only
  • – All required vaccinations


Before arrival in India

  • – Assistance for Visa limiting to only providing you with invitation letter
  • – Assistance for flight bookings limiting to only guidance for shortest and fastest route to reach India
  • – A detailed activity plan to be followed while your stay in India


After your arrival

  • – Airport pick up
  • – Food and accommodation at city of arrival
  • – Orientation on SOP
  • – Travel arrangement for reaching project area
  • – Food and accommodation in close proximity to project area
  • – Travel arrangements for daily commuting to project area and drop back at place of accomodation
  • –  Doctor on call (chargeable)

Donations

Under the Charities Act we are not usually able to give refunds for donations made through this site. Where refunds are made, it is at our discretion.

Problems with payment

If you experience any problem with your payment please contact us on +91 9971980404 email us at info@safesociety.in

You can also apply

Over the phone – on +91 11 45088404 (Mon-Fri, 10 am –7pm)

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Call us on +91 11 45088404, email manpreet@safesociety.in  if you need a hand filling in the form. 

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