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Getting Involved

What each volunteer needs to organise/fund

  1. Flights                                                                               

  2. Passports (ensuring at least 6 months left)                      

  3. Visa                                                                     

  4. Travel Insurance                                                               

  5. Vaccinations                                                                     

Each member is responsible for visiting their GP around 8 weeks before your trip to get advice on what vaccinations are needed.


During your stay in Kenya the following will be provided:

  1. Food (breakfast, lunch and dinner)

  2. Accommodation

  3. In-land transport

  4. Airport Transfers

  5. Bottled Water

During your time away, volunteers will also have an opportunity to visit some of the local areas and take part in extra-curricular activities stay such as:

  1. Attend mass or a service for various denominations

  2. Visit the slums

  3. Spend time with local children

  4. Teach in school

  5. Visit orphanages

  6. Visit past projects completed by Granaghan Outreach

  7. Etc.


A typical day while volunteering overseas usually includes:


  1. Breakfast (Usually between 6.30-7.30am)

  2. Work

  3. Lunch (on site usually between 12.30-1.30pm)

  4. Work (as long as daylight and weather permits)

  5. Wind down and relax for the evening as you see fit

  6. Dinner (Usually between 6.00-7.00pm)

  7. Bed (at a time of your choice)

No volunteer is allowed to travel alone at any time during their trip.  If volunteers wish to go somewhere, they must only do so after gaining authorisation from a trip leader and ensuring there is at least one other person with them at all times.


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