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Volunteering in India with Your Best Friend

Travelling alone and volunteering in India can seem daunting, even impossible to navigate, and even with all the planning in the world can sometimes make you feel like you’re not prepared enough. Enter: your best friend! They know you like nobody else does. They’ve seen you through the good times and the bad. They’ll support you […]

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6 Reasons to volunteer in Goa

Imagine going to the beach after a hard day at work. You would take off your shoes, jump into the ocean and end the day in one of the many beach shacks, enjoying some fresh seafood while watching the sunset. Sounds like a dream to you? Then we have good news: If you’re not a city person, Leave UR […]

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Volunteers Travel to Ancient Indian Temples

This past weekend, Leave UR Mark went on an excursion outside of the city.  Volunteers travel and explore areas outside of Bangalore in order to experience everything India has to offer.  They took a day trip to Indian temples dating back to the 12th century.  We rented a taxi for the day and set out for a […]

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4 Reasons to do Volunteer Jobs in Goa, India

Volunteering in India is truly a different experience. Here are some of our top 5 reasons we think volunteers who choose to travel to India will love their time spent abroad in Goa. Whether on a gap year program or a short-term project, Goa has a lot to offer volunteers of all ages. Chill out […]

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Volunteering at a Cancer Hospital

This month we cover Dolly from Saint Peter’s University in New Jersey, United States and her experience volunteering at a cancer hospital in India with Leave UR Mark. Dolly shares her experiences of day to day life in India, challenges and reasons that she felt her experience was life changing. She also has some excellent […]

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My Gap Year |Interning at a Magazine

I took a gap year after I got burned out from my corporate job that had a steady salary. Here is my gap year experience and advice. In this job, I was making ok money, attending company events, and selling a product I was not passionate about at all. I figured this is what life […]

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Yoga Teachers Needed in India

The One Love Movement a non-profit, who serves under-privileged youth around the world while using yoga as a foundation, officially announced the launch of its Yoga teachers Volunteer Trips in partnership with Leave UR Mark, a social enterprise that enables volunteers from around the world to participate in meaningful projects in India. Yoga teachers are […]

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Volunteer in India This Summer

Considering to volunteer in India this summer? Leave UR Mark has added some fantastic programs for 2015. Here are some of the highlights: Sports Volunteering: Use sports and games to empower underprivileged children through learning and leading. Train local youth volunteers who will act as catalysts for change within the community. Volunteer with the Elderly […]

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Non Profit Volunteering in India

Reflections from Martina from Canada who volunteered abroad in India with Leave UR Mark in May of 2014. The Sustainable Livelihoods Program – at the Center This program is focused on skills training for local women in Bangalore, with the goal of creating a sustainable livelihood and creating economic stability. They learn important skills like […]

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Sunday Activities with Leave UR Mark

What’s the best way to spend a Sunday afternoon with Leave UR Mark?  We think it’s cooking classes with an old Indian Aunty who is very knowledgeable about all types of regional cuisines.  Check out a Youtube video that one of our volunteers made about learning Indian cooking during the weekends when you are not […]

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