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Xchange Scotland

Xchange Scotland

Xchange Scotland is a Scottish youth-led charity developed by returned Scottish volunteers with the support of others committed to making positive change in society. We provide inspiring opportunities around the world and around the corner.

Volunteer Abroad

We send volunteers from Scotland on affordable and engaging international projects around the world, set up by local partner organisations – short term (2-4 weeks) and long-term (2-12 months).

Projects in Scotland

We work with non-profit organisations across Scotland to enable them to benefit from volunteers from overseas coming in to help with their work. Volunteers are recruited from our overseas partners and Xchange Scotland helps manage the volunteers on your project.

Global Education

We work with a wide range of groups to deliver engaging and dynamic sessions based on the principles of non-formal education. Our sessions can cover a wide range of topics and be tailored to your particular needs.

Blog

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Between the 16th and the 30th of August, Xchange Scotland hosted an IVP project, bringing together a…

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BWCA (Bangladesh Work Camps Association) has been rendering it’s services towards the welfare and development…

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“The Big Music Project is brought to you by some of the biggest brands in…

Events

17
September

RoadShow | Charities & Volunteering Fayre

12:00 am — 11:59 pm
@ University of Stirling
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19
September

RoadShow | Fresh 14 Student Fair

12:00 am — 11:59 pm
@ Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
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19
September

RoadShow | University of West Scotland Freshers

12:00 am — 11:59 pm
@ University of West Scotland
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    VOLUNTEER IN KENYA

    "The three weeks I spent in Kenya were fantastic, I was based in Nairobi at the KVDA centre. Accomodation suited me as I was in inside and managed to get a bed! Food was actually ok, we took turns at cooking and I learned from the local volunteers how to cook some traditiional Kenyan dishes. Kenyans themselves are the most friendliest and helpful people I have ever come across. They really want to look after you and always lend a helping hand." Melanie (Stirling)