Join Time to Help on a Life-Changing Volunteer Trip to Africa
Are you interested in participating in projects that have the potential to make a positive impact on people’s lives? Exciting news! We’re thrilled to invite you to join our upcoming Project trip to Uganda from October 28th to November 05th 2023.
This year, we’re expanding our efforts to Kampala and Jinja, where we’ll embark on a new project to help needy children. During the trip, we’ll focus on renovating an orphanage and ensuring the kids have comfortable beds, soft sheets, and fluffy pillows. We’ll also bring new clothes and toys to put smiles on their faces and distribute sanitary pads to secondary school girls to help them feel confident and empowered. But that’s not all! As part of our outreach efforts, we’ll visit nearby villages and hand out food parcels to struggling people. And, of course, we’ll also organise plenty of fun activities and quality time together.
We believe that by coming together and making a positive impact on the lives of others, we can create a better world for everyone. So why not join us on this adventure? We can’t wait to share this incredible experience with you.
Costs Break Down
Flight Tickets (Return London – Entebbe)
£TBC (£555 as of now)
Core Cost (before flight)
Vaccine (Yellow Fever)
Core Cost (during the trip)
Accommodation (Including meals) **
Rafting (half day)
* Each volunteer must apply for a visa separately, which costs £42 ($50). We will provide support letters. Uganda customs will ask for a yellow fever vaccine card which is around £70. You may also need malaria tablets and other medicines.
** Volunteers will stay in guest houses with twin rooms, which they will share with another same-sex volunteer.
Registration & Interview Form
We kindly request that you complete the following form if you are available to attend the trip from 21st to 28th October 2023 and are prepared to cover your associated expenses (estimated at approximately £1100 plane ticket, accommodation, etc.). Following your submission, we will extend an invitation for a Zoom interview.
What did our volunteers say?
Photos from our last trip!
This trip is a unique opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of those in need, while also experiencing the beauty and culture of Uganda. You will gain a sense of fulfillment from the impact you will make, as well as valuable personal and professional development through working with a team, problem-solving, and adapting to new environments.
The duration of the trip is flexible, but we recommend a minimum stay of 7-10 days to allow enough time for volunteering and sightseeing. However, volunteers are welcome to extend their stay if they wish.
There is no age limit for this trip, but volunteers must be at least 18 years old. However, younger volunteers may be considered on a case-by-case basis if accompanied by a responsible adult.
Our volunteers will work on various projects on the ground, including providing clean water and sanitation, renovating an orphanage, and distributing food parcels to those in need. The specific projects will depend on the needs of the local community and the skills and interests of our volunteers.
The charity trip will consist of roughly five days of volunteering on various projects, such as providing clean water and sanitation, renovating an orphanage, and distributing food parcels. There will also be a minimum of 2 days dedicated to sightseeing, such as a safari and diving. These activities are optional and not the trip’s main focus, but they allow volunteers to experience Uganda’s local culture and natural beauty.
As of 7 March, you are no longer required to show proof of vaccination status or provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate on arrival. If transiting or departing, you should be aware of entry requirements at your final destination.
Arriving passengers may be subject to temperature checks and will be screened for infectious diseases by the Port Health authorities. If your temperature is above normal or you display COVID-19 symptoms you may be required to take a COVID-19 test. If a foreign national tests positive for COVID-19 and wishes to be repatriated for treatment outside of Uganda, they will be expected to cover the costs themselves.