Apart from donations, Guatemala Mission relies heavily on the time and skills of talented individuals. We are looking for skilled people with a desire to work with a hands-on organization. You can volunteer with us from anywhere in the world to:
- Organize fundraising house parties
- Translate between English and Spanish (documents and our website)
- Spread the word about Guatemala Missions (speaking opportunities)
- Raise funds for our various projects through local events
- Web Work (updates, postings, uploading photos, blogging,etc).
- Available volunteer opportunities in Guatemala:
- General Volunteer
- Information Technology Volunteer
- School Sponsorship/Education Program Volunteer
- Family Aid Program Volunteer
- Volunteer Photographer
- Volunteer Videographer
- Medical Volunteer
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please send an e-mail message to email@example.com, detailing your interest and time line. Please be sure to attach your resume in the message.
Guatemala Mission cannot offer any type of compensation to volunteers for services provided. You are responsible for paying for any expenses incurred, such as traveling to and from Guatemala, living expenses,medical and personal expenses. We do not charge any fees for volunteering with us.
Living in Guatemala
Rent: The cost of living in Guatemala is relatively low. We will be happy to help you find accommodation and makesuggestions to you; however, you are responsible for finding your own dwelling. Past volunteers have had the most success finding a place to stay once they are in Guatemala. Depending on the type of accommodation that you are seeking (furnished, unfurnished, sharing or not), you should expect to pay anywhere between $125.00-$600.00USD a month.
Food: There is a vegetable and fruit market thatsells affordable food for you to prepare yourself. On average, our past volunteers spent a minimum of $125.00 a month (if they prepared the food themselves). If you buy a lot of imported food or canned food,(e.g. peanut butter, cake mix, canned fruits, olive oil, Quinoa, etc.),you can expect to pay slightly higher prices than you would back home,which will also increase your food expenses. If you anticipate going out to restaurants frequently you can easily double your expenses. A meal at a restaurant (depending on the restaurant quality) can range between US$2.50-20.
For additional information about volunteering with us, please contact Monsignor Joseph Catrambone firstname.lastname@example.org