Volunteer in Thailand
Volunteer Thailand. Volunteer abroad opportunities with a non-profit
The mission of OpenmindProjects and our volunteers is to help the underprivileged and their nature.
We take you to volunteer in the heart of Indochina by the Mekong river, the border to Laos. Or to South Thailand by the sea where Buddhists and Muslims live in harmony. Or volunteer with ethnic minorities in the mountains on the Myanmar border.
We welcome volunteers back after Covid, to our projects around Thailand
Help children and adults in villages, schools, national parks, our own Learning Camps.
Teach English and/or computer skills. Help students, local entrepreneurs and village women, eco projects use the Internet to learn and to promote services and local made products.
Help our staff with web design and development, social media, curriculum, code training.
Tell us who you are and we tell you how you can volunteer help.
Prepare to volunteer in Thailand. Talk to us before you decide. We will send you a Volunteer Handbook and talk again before you volunteer. Talk about your project, local culture, language, volunteer life. We’ll advise you on teaching our fun and active way. Then meet and welcome you!
Enjoy the amazing and diverse cultures and nature of Thailand.
Get immersed in local life. Seize the opportunity to explore and experience daily life in the unseen Thailand. Volunteer opportunities for families, students, groups, friends, couples and volunteers with special skills!
Volunteer Thailand, where
Volunteer in Thailand, the Northeast on the Lao border.
Northeast Thailand is one third of Thailand. People speak Isaan, close to Lao. It’s the poorest region in Thailand where young villagers leave for jobs elsewhere. This is where Openmind Projects once started to help village children, as www.ITinIsaan.org.
Learn more about the Northeast, Isaan
Check our brochure about Northeast Thailand
Volunteer in Thailand, the West, on the Burma border
The mountains on the Myanmar (Burma) border are home to many ethnic groups where poverty is very high. Refugees and stateless people have limited access to education. Our volunteers teach Karen, Burmese and other poor children.
Learn more about Western Thailand
Check our brochure about the West
Volunteer in Thailand, the South by the Sea
Muslims and Buddhists live in harmony in this part of the South but the gap between the rich and poor farmers, fishermen, guestworkers is huge.
OpenmindProjects volunteers teach in schools, villages, islands. Some may volunteer in national parks. Mass tourism has caused pollution and endangered marine life.
Check our brochure about the South