Volunteering Thailand

Au coeur du Siam explains in detail the meaning of the commitment of volunteering and offers you to join a center for disabled children in Thailand.

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What is Volunteering ?

Volunteering brings together several legal statuses for which people commit to a mission in France or abroad. These statutes are a middle ground between volunteer and salaried work.
Volunteering is a formal commitment in the form of a contract for a limited period of time on a full-time basis.
The volunteer is not paid but receives an allowance.
Volunteers are derogatory to the labor code.
The volunteer contract does not imply a direct link of subordination.

Volunteering is therefore different from volunteering because it implies a formal character in the form of the commitment made and the fact of receiving an allowance. It is also different from wage labor because its status is derogatory to the labor code. By contrast, the status of volunteer also allows for social protection.

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Volunteering in Thailand
Volunteering Thailand

Volunteering in Thailand

We do not have any volunteering programs in Thailand at the moment, but we could offer you to join a center that we have been helping for several years.
You will only be asked to stay there for at least two months and to help them in the missions to be accomplished every day, with disabled children, orphans …
You will have to complete these missions from Monday to Friday and you will be free to go about your business on Saturdays and Sundays.
In return the center will host you on site for free and you will be fed, housed and bleached.

Volunteering in Thailand or volunteer?

In the absence of not having a volunteer mission in Thailand, we currently have two volunteer missions for those wishing to volunteer in Thailand.

Volontariat Bangkok

Volunteer in Bangkok

The first volunteer mission would be to join a center in Bangkok.
On site, we educate children to art, music and English.

Volontariat Phon Charoen

Volunteer in Phon Charoen

The second volunteer mission would be to attend a MJC in northeastern Thailand. You will be asked to set up fun and educational activities for children.
In addition, you will be in charge of giving English classes in a school near the MJC.

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