These organizations have made an invaluable contribution to our programs:

Seed Programs International and ECHO provided seeds for our garden project.

Skills for Change has been an invaluable source of micro-volunteers online for a variety of tasks.

YPARD Cameroon partnered with us to add 5 primary schools to our garden project.

Health & Education 4 All International has been an ongoing source of support and assistance, most recently sending a shipment of some 70 bags of school supplies that they donated to us, along with three laptops that others were generous enough to give us.

Recycles.org connects us with businesses and individuals willing to donate their used electronics to a good cause.

A fourth-grade class at Trillium Charter School has partnered with us to become penpals with a classroom in Cameroon.

Water for Cameroon offered us a two-day workshop on irrigation techniques for our gardens.


Our resourceful and committed volunteers are the heart and soul of our work.

Thanks for a free listing of volunteer opportunities to The International Wanderer, a living abroad resource with country guides and information on working holiday visas; a global expat community directory and opportunity listings to volunteer abroad, study abroad, teach abroad, work abroad and intern abroad. 

The time, energy, and passion of our international volunteers and interns are central to our work.

Ingenieurs du Monde posted our need for engineering interns, allowing us to successfully recruit for our clean water project.

And our boundless gratitude to these schools and organizations who have sent volunteers to work with us:



We are also deeply indebted to our virtual volunteers around the world whose work provides us an international reach.

Please visit our “join us”  page if you’d like to learn more about volunteering with CAMAAY.