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Animal Experience International (AEI) is a B Corporation that connects people to animal-related projects around the world. Prospective volunteers can choose from a number of programs that take place in sanctuaries, animal hospitals and research projects with organizations that have been sourced out and visited by AEI.
AEI works closely with volunteers to ensure they are selecting the programs that meet their interests and expectations. Armed with the experience and the first-hand knowledge of the programs, AEI prepares volunteers so they can enter into their experience secure and with peace of mind that the program they’re participating is making a difference for the animals they are working with.
Travel to Guatemala and participate in a volunteer program with Animal Experience International at a local wildlife rescue centre. The centre was created to care for and rehabilitate animals affected by the black market. The centre is one of the largest rescue centres in the world. Your contribution to the […]
Length of Trip: 2 weeks
Enjoy an exciting travel experience as you volunteer with dogs in Nepal. Join Animal Experience International and enjoy immersing yourself in a new culture and community as you make a difference through education and a spay & neuter program with stray dogs. There are more than 20,000 street dogs in […]
Length of Trip: 2 weeks
Join Animal Experience International and Volunteer with Dolphins in Croatia that are at risk due to an increase in human activities. The global population trend of Bottlenose Dolphins is not completely understood, but the Mediterranean subpopulation is vulnerable and continues to decrease according to the IUCN red list of threatened […]
Length of Trip: 10 days