Volunteer Programs

1) Orphanage Program

Entails spending time at the orphanage with children. Helping out in daily activities of the orphanage such as preparation of meals, cleaning of home and playing with children. An awesome opportunity to spend time with the children and show them, love

2) School Teaching

Entails working in a school as a teacher to children up to the age of 14. Working as a teacher involves covering an established syllabus giving exams and marking the exams. Subjects taught are: English Basic Mathematics, Social Studies, Swahili, Science and Christian Religious Education

3) Medical Program

We partner with the local medics to give medical services to our children and the community in general. This gives our medical volunteers an opportunity to give services that are so vital to our people. First aid drugs and equipment are very helpful

3) Sport Coaching


Volunteers who have an interest in sports are welcome to coach and train our children in the Ark Orphanage, school and community clubs

Volunteer Placement

It’s always our joy hosting people who have come to make a positive impact on the lives of the less fortunate in Africa. We ensure to give them excellent conditions at local home after a day of hard work. The hosts are located in Thika, Kiganjo a locality that allows our guest to get in touch with the real African way of life and very close to the volunteering stations

Volunteer Peroid Programs fee

1 Week
2 Weeks
3 Weeks
4 Weeks
6 Weeks
8 Weeks
10 Weeks
12 Weeks

Please note: All programs attract a non-refundable Registration Fee of $300 in addition to the Program Fee.

Registration Fee

Ongoing support from the Ark Staff, program marketing costs information pack, administration costs, and communication costs with volunteers.

Program Fee

Airport pick-up, orientation, program supervisor, accommodation and meals during the volunteer program period, in-country 24/7 volunteer support and in-country.

International volunteering program fees do not include visa, flights, travel insurance(Optional), vaccinations, souvenirs, tips or tours you do while in the country( spending money (volunteered in Kenya generally find US $50 to be sufficient for basic weekly expenses)