Everything you need to know about volunteering in Greece and Serbia.

We regularly need volunteers for a diverse range of roles, from carrying out food and clothing distributions, to providing shelter, medical care, information services, psychosocial support, and more.

If you can commit to three or more weeks and have relevant skills (including medical or teaching qualifications; social work or chef experience; Farsi or Arabic language skills) our partners IndiGo Volunteers will try to find you a suitable placement with one of our partner projects in Greece or Serbia.

If you’d like to volunteer for a shorter period of time, we still have a range of vital jobs that need doing. Most of our short-term volunteers help in our warehouse near Thessaloniki, Greece, where we always need volunteers to get stuck in to sorting and preparing donations for distribution. We also have an on-site kitchen, workshop and fresh fruit and vegetable project that regularly need extra hands!

Find out more & register to volunteer here.

If you have any questions, please contact indiGO Volunteers at refugeevolunteering@indigovolunteers.org.

Find out more about how to donate items here.

“I enjoy volunteering in the warehouse so much because there are so many nice people. I’ve loved meeting them all. You feel good inside when you know you’re helping the refugees.”

Waseem, Syrian Help Refugees volunteer in Greece

Greece & Serbia FAQs

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Our work in Greece

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Our work in Serbia

Although the barracks in Belgrade have been evicted, there are still thousands of refugees living in terrible conditions in Serbia. More