Volunteer in Belgium
If you would like to do something rewarding you can join one of our short or long term volunteer programs in Belgium. There are lots of programs available to join in places like Anderlecht, Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent and Liege. Apply today!
Volunteer Programs in Belgium
Volunteer in Belgium
Belgium is very modern and advanced so you might be thinking where is the need for international volunteers. Local organisations run short and long term programs and allow international staff to apply and help too, you will get to mix with locals and do something benefical. Apply to volunteer abroad in Belgium, search our featured projects today and help communities, people and the environment.
- Available for a minimum of 2 weeks
- Passion and enthusiasm for youth development
- Age 18+
- Be able to speak English
- Committed to developing the language ability of the young people
- Hold a valid passport
How to Apply
Some organisations charge a sign up fee to sign up, on these placements you usually get
- Airport pick-up and transfer to project
- All food and accommodation
- Training materials and science equipment
- Pre-departure support and services
- Comprehensive training necessary for research techniques
- 24-hour in-country support and a 24-hour emergency phone line
You might also like to view all of our volunteer work in Europe.
Reviews & Testimonials
"The experience was amazing, I learnt so much about other cultures and people. Working with disabled people was so valuable in teaching me about life and what is truly important" - Emma, social project in Belgium with Concordia
"I benefited greatly from witnessing the enthusiasm for life which the disabled children share and really enjoyed working with them. Overcoming challenges such as difficulties with communication or maintaining discipline improved my skills in dealing with awkward situations. Living as a group with other volunteers was particularly rewarding, in that I was able to learn about a wide range of cultures and their varying attitudes." - Sophie, community project in Belgium
"To anyone who is considering going on a project just go. No matter what fears you have, whether it's travelling to the place, the people you will meet, the unpredictable, I promise the fun that you will have will outweigh any negatives. I laughed so much and met some incredible people from all over the world. I have a new appreciation for languages, culture and community but mostly for the resilience of people.” Volunteer about her project in Belgium, Asylum Seeker centre