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50 years

of inspiring young people to explore their potential.

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Aged 17-25?

Project Trust has over 50 years’ experience of providing international volunteering opportunities for young people. Since 1967, over 8000 Project Trust Volunteers have explored their potential, learned from another culture and contributed to an international community.

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Our stories

Personal Story

Meet the Team of Kenyan Volunteers 1986/87

Dr Tonya Sadler now lives in New Zealand as a GP. Kate Nicholl is a Leadership Development specialist.

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Personal Story

Memories of Transkei, 1980

Trieve Nicholas with Doug Ritchie in Ikhwezi Lokusa, Umtata, Transkei 1980 By 1979 I was fed-up to the back teeth with learning…

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Personal Story

A Day In The Life…

Current Volunteers Choe Hood & Ella Fraser share with us a day in the life of a teacher volunteer… They…

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Personal Story

Giving back to PT – Grace Taylor

“This year marks 12 years since I returned from Chile on my gap year spent with Project Trust. Last year, early in…

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“Project Trust gives young people the opportunity to develop their skills at a pivotal time in their lives, in a way that’s helping other people."

Gary Younge, author, broadcaster and Professor of Sociology, Project Trust Volunteer in Sudan 1986/87

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