Although 2016 hasn't been flowing with optimism, it's been good news for volunteering! Frontier volunteers went out to help with essential conservation projects across Australia and New Zealand and to give you an idea of how much they helped here are some stats Frontier volunteers contributed to:
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Read volunteer Karla Groombridges testimonial from our Black Rhino & Elephant Conservation Project in Zimbabwe
The beehive project is up and running! However there is a lot of monitoring which needs to be done and volunteers on the project are given the choice to assist with this once a week.
I have just returned back from an amazing month in Tanzania. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, the team leaders were very friendly and helpful and I learnt a great deal from my volunteer placement at the hospital.
I just wanted to send an email to tell you how much we absolutely loved the 6-day jungle trek! We had high expectations and I think it's fair to say that they were far exceeded.
Although, my first week of volunteering at the Downsview International School is not over, I have already noticed two critical things and seen the importance of handing a book to a child
It was an amazing two weeks for me in the Dominican Republic. I had originally set out on this journey to give under privileged children in the country a special opportunity through sport.
Conservation Intern, Jack Mortimer, twirls a butterfly net in his right hand as he marches along the trail on his way to a transect – then he stops abruptly and concentrates on the loud rustling of leaves in the distance. He had heard rumors back at the research base that woolly monkeys had been spotted just a few hundred meters into the reserve. Could it be them?