Volunteer in the states. Plenty of help needed here. Think locally, not globally.
He wasn't asking about volunteering in the States. He wanted to go abroad and volunteer.
Why not go out on an adventure, meet people from around the world, learn a new language, and help people at the same time?
An when did volunteering become about privation and pain? Do you go live on the streets when you work for the Salvation Army? Is that a new requirement?
Seems much more rewarding than heading on down to the soup kitchen with your ladle.
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