Volunteer in Bottle House

We are a family style run orphanage with a strong commitment to ensuring a bright and positive future for our children. We believe that opening our doors to volunteers will expose the children to positive adult role models, language, culture, and love.
WHY VOLUNTEER IN Bottle House (PAORC children home) IN NEPAL?
There are many reasons why people of all ages and countries decide to volunteer. They feel like doing something good for others. They want to share their time, skills, hobbies and experience. Sometimes volunteering is a way to spend a holiday, having a break from school, university or from permanent job. Whatever the reason, all are important! Volunteering opens doors to enhanced cultural understanding, friendships, education, and fun.
Volunteering is not only the chance to help others; it is an opportunity to change your life and gain a new perspective. You will go home rich with new experience, skills and friendships. At Bottle House (PAORC Children Home) you will experience the daily life of the children and staff in the Home and we welcome you to:

  • Play with the children (games, dancing, singing, trips)
  • Help the children with their homework
  • Teach English
  • Help with the daily work
  • Do anything connected to your skills and experience

VOLUNTEER  OPPORTUNITIES  IN  Sundarijal  Bottle  House and Manaslu  Bottle House
If you are ready to come to volunteer in Nepal you are warmly welcome in the beautiful natural place at Sundarijal, Kathmandu and Swaragaun, Gorkha.
Currently we have no specific time boundaries and are open to accepting volunteers for any length of time. We also welcome visitors to come to Bottle House (PAORC Children Home) to visit and play with the children at anytime. Our doors and hearts are open to you.
The most important is to ask yourself why you want to volunteer, how much time you have, what skills and experience you would like to share and what are your expectations and hopes.
To enjoy your volunteer experience we ask you to:

  • Be sensitive to local cultural values and differences
  • Be able to work both independently and with a team
  • Be flexible
  • Have a sense of humor

Bottle House (PAORC) does not receive any financial support from the government and is run on individual donations and program fees. Therefore we request our volunteers to help support expenses such as food, educational materials, clothing, sports materials and medical expenses. As a volunteer you will be responsible for all travel costs including flights, in country travel, extra food and spendings.

NOW! Take a step towards making a change in the lives of children and yourself! We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. Send your E-mail to paorcnepal@gmail.com or sudama74@yahoo.com