Volunteer Abroad in Albania
A volunteer group traveling to Albania can expect to encounter friendly people, different religious groups living in harmony, and tremendous need-especially in the area of education. We partner with local nonprofits to facilitate sustainable change.
Apr 06, 2017
9540 Garland Road, Ste 381, Box #116
Dallas, Texas 75218
We strongly encourage those who are interested in this program to have a group of 10-20 members formed prior to inquiring.
Bright Light Volunteers
Volunteer participants will take part in various community initiatives, including the clean up and rehabilitation of local schools, English language instruction, teach and assist classes in science, music, art and dental health and hygiene. Yet another service opportunity is working with young adults with Down's Syndrome. Volunteers have the opportunity to help them build self-sustaining skills such as cooking, dancing, horseback riding and other "buddy activities" that help with socialization, assisting them on the road to independence.
Hands on cultural activities include touring the country's capital, Tirana, touring historical sites, mosques, churches and museums, and enjoying cultural activities such as a performance by the country's national theatre. In the mountain town of Boga there is ample opportunity to enjoy hiking and swimming in the hotel pool in your free time.