Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re temporarily closed our volunteer program until further notice. If your volunteer plan is flexible, please don’t hesitate to apply and we will contact you when we open the program again. Please check back this page from time to time. Thank you for your understanding.
Skilled volunteers are still needed for permaculture gardening, plumbing, electricity, health care, teachers (Art, English, Music, Yoga).
All volunteers must apply and follow our application process before joining the program.
The children who live in our children’s homes are referred by the Social Agency through assessment by government social workers. They come from troubled backgrounds; broken families, victims of neglect and abuse, and some are orphans.
As a Peduli Anak volunteer, you have the unique opportunity to work in a completely different culture alongside our local staff in our homes or school. You will assist our staff in the day-to-day running of the foundation and school.
We have a strong preference for volunteers who can really make difference and add value to our services such as giving training or workshop to our local staff, assisting teachers in our schools, or technical help in facilities and building maintenance.
• Able to speak English and/or Indonesian
• 21 years or older (except children with accompanying adults or school volunteers)
• References with contact information (min. 2)
• A Certificate of Good Behavior from authorized authorities (for applicants without reference contacts)
• Willing to abide by Peduli Anak Protocols and Child Protection Policy
• Willing to understand and respect the local culture
• Must love children
• Enthusiastic, honest, hard-working, flexible, creative, and committed
If you think you meet the requirements and have the skills we need, email us for more details.
We do not accept volunteers in caregiving roles as this is already taken care of by our local staff and it is also to prevent bonding between children and temporary volunteers.