CLCR | The Centre for Learning and Children's Rights - CLCR Volunteer


We at CLCR Australia and Nepal always welcome individuals, students and travel groups who wish to volunteer with us within our Nepali projects.

We can also take families!

Particularly within our Heartland Academy (HA) School project in Kathmandu. We have on site volunteer accommodation at Heartland, which can comfortably take a family of four. As Heartland is a school that ranges from nursery to year 10 students, you can come with your children and experience a completely different way of life - and immerse yourselves in the culture entirely! Your children can attend the school whilst you volunteer, or you can volunteer with your children - we are flexible, just contact us to discuss your volunteering requirements. 

We have a formal community partnership (CP) relationship with Future Sense, UK which helps facilitate short and long term volunteer placements with us in Nepal for people coming from outside Australia. No matter what your profession or passion we can provide volunteering opportunities for you within our project activities. 

So if you are interested in volunteering with us, whether you be an individual, family, school or tourist group, then please contact us to organise your tour. For a detailed outline on requirements and recommendations for volunteering at our Nepali school, Heartland, please download our Volunteer Guidelines. If you have decided that volunteering is for you, please download our CLCR Volunteer Information Form (or as .doc file that you can email back to us). Please take your time to read through and complete both of these as they will support us in tailoring your volunteer experience in Nepal. 

We also have extensive contacts in Australia and Nepal through our CP network within the travel, accommodation and tourism industry in which we can help you plan your trip with us. 

Here are just a few pictures of some of the volunteers we have had visit and work with us at Heartland. Please also read the testimonials of a few of our volunteers.


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