Volunteer housing

Accommodations

We provide the use of a two-story house with kitchen, dining area, living room and a bedroom that can accommodate up to 10 volunteers. The house has running water, two showers and toilet. There are no lockers or security deposit boxes. Volunteers are required to maintain the house and treat it and each other with respect and consideration. Any volunteer that we feel is disrespecting our program may be asked to leave without notice.

Food service

Volunteers are provided with three meals a day, prepared in the typical diet of the costarican family: rice, beans, tortillas, soups, vegetable stews, pasta, etc. Meals will be prepared by our staff with the assistance of a volunteer. All volunteers are required to assist with clean-up.

 

 

 

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