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Summer might be winding down, but there are still tickets available for L.A. River Expeditions Summer 2014 Kayaking Trips in the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area.
The guided tour takes kayakers through one of the most scenic stretches of the L.A. in San Fernando Valley for great views of wildlife and leisurely paddling.
Now that summer is on the cusp of winding down, it's definitely time to start thinking about winter getaways while the getting's good.
Travel To Do Good is currently booking a December trip to Montego Bay Jamaica with the goal of balancing relaxation with making a difference in the community.
As yoga retreats and tours have gained in popularity, so have the prices of these wellness getaways.
Rainbow Voluntours is now offering a less expensive tour for yogis, that also lets them do good between poses.
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One Heart Source is looking for driven young adults who don't just want to volunteer in a foreign country for a couple of weeks and leave, but want to take action to create something that can have an impact for years to come.
Does this sound like you? Then you still have plenty of time to sign up for one of the organization's 2014 programs.
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Fourth of July Fireworks on the National Mall in Washington DC is a great American tradition, albeit a messy one.
To help keep the Mall and Memorial Parks in tip top shape, they are looking for volunteers from around the country to help with their Independence Day activities.
Cuso International volunteers work to reduce poverty and inequality all over the world, but what about would-be volunteers who can't commit to traveling abroad?
The development organization places hundreds of volunteers in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia each year where they utilize their specialized sills in business, communication, health, and other fields to secure livelihoods an improve lives.
Volunteer travel is an amazing way to see the world - if you can afford it.
WorkTrade.org is an alternative for those who want to volunteer and travel but can't afford expensive volunteer vacations.
With the World Cup set to begin it seems like the whole world - including a few Americans - has soccer fever.
If you're one of those soccer fanatics with a passion doing good, it's not too late to join Soccer Without Borders' Culture Exchange in Granada, Nicaragua this summer.
Great Projects has put together a once-in-a-lifetime trip to India where volunteers will not only help protect endangered tigers, but they will also stay in the reserve they call home.
The project takes place in the prestigious Kanha National Park, the same location that gave Rudyard Kipling with inspiration to write The Jungle Book.
Most voluntourism projects involve hands on work along the lines of digging ditches, playing with children, or feeding animals, but Fronteering.com has a different opportunity for burgeoning journalists that lets them hone their skills while learning a new way of life.
The Journalism Ghana project pairs volunteers with a local newspaper in Ghana where they'll help gather news, write stories, research, and investigate local issues.
REI Adventures has just announced their new trips for 2015, including a Volunteer Vacation in the Virgin Islands.
On this new tour travelers will work with National Park Service rangers on maintenance projects in the U.S. Virgin Islands National Park on St. John.
Aston is giving their guests an opportunity to give back on their next trip to Hawaii.
Aston Kona by the Sea, Aston Shores at Waikoloa, and Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas are all participating in the “Leave a Legacy with Aston” program.