A “Turn-Key” Approach

Volunteers enjoy Outreach360’s ‘Turn-Key’ approach whether they are a seasoned traveler or volunteering in a developing country for the first time.  We purchase the insurance, pick you up at the airport, arrange meals, housing, ground transportation, and your service projects in the community.  Outreach360 covers all of the logistics, allowing volunteers to maximize their time being involved in direct service programs in the community and learning about the local culture.

Housing and Meals

Volunteers usually stay at Outreach360 volunteer facilities in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic that are located in safe residential areas with convenient access to the center of town and the local culture.  Volunteers share simple, comfortable rooms with modern bathrooms, and enjoy common areas ideal for relaxing or visiting with other volunteers.  Meals served at the Outreach360 volunteer centers include both local favorites and North American classics prepared by our professional staff.  Plenty of clean, purified drinking water is always available.  Click on the following links for video tours of our volunteer facilities, or click through the slideshow below.

When we have large teams, we may arrange housing in additional Outreach360 facilities, or in clean local hotels.

Professional In-Country Staff

As a volunteer you will be working with other Outreach360 volunteers and your experience will be facilitated by our full-time American, Canadian, and local staff.  We work hard to focus on the many in-country logistics necessary to make your trip a success, allowing volunteers to focus on serving.