David “the David Inside” Worth: A Written Interview

We, at VFV, have always been so thankful to have dedicated and passionate volunteers who would always lend us a helping hand and support us with our advocacies. Sir David Worth, a happily-retired Civil Engineer from the UK, makes a perfect example of a volunteer of that sort. In the written interview below, he is

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Everyone deserves a second chance. Find out how VFV is helping people get theirs.

Sometimes school life gets interrupted – your family breaks up, you need to care for a sick loved one, you are forced to work to support your family. Perhaps Typhoon Yolanda destroyed your home and forced you to move far away from your school. Doing what was necessary to survive and helping your family recover

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Sharing is caring at Pastrana Rural Health Unit!

What did VFV Volunteer Erin do when she found out some of the clinic staff had forgotten their Emergency First Aid training? Plan and run a refresher course for them! I joined Erin (a trainee paramedic) at the Pastrana Rural Health Unit to see what happened.             Erin started by

FAQ: What to Expect From Volunteering with VFV

We frequently receive inquiries from volunteers that span from their ability to participate in our programs to accessibility to basic needs during their stay to what to expect when they step off the plane. This post is devoted to answering some of those common questions, and please feel free to comment if we missed some

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