VOLUNTEER

Giving back to society as you grow

Volunteer

Our volunteers are at the heart of what we do. They play an important role in fundraising, coordinating and serving our missions whether they are non-medical or medical volunteers. Our volunteers seek to give back and we aim to educate about the communities we work in and inspire them to give back.

The Volunteer Experience

Volunteering with us can be a life changing experience.

Whether you are a medical or non-medical volunteer, we seek volunteers who are passionate about making a difference. Our mission trips involve hard work – long days, different villages, staying in rural conditions and witnessing the hardships of these communities first hand. But it is also a life-changing one as many of our volunteers experience for the first time the joy of service.

Our missions often include plenty of adventure – trekking in remote valleys against breathtaking views, staying in villages that have been untouched by development and sometimes, sleeping under the stars. It’s a privilege to see these communities in their natural environment.

We place great emphasis on these volunteer missions on cultural exchange and environmental preservation while supporting the local economy. We cultivate a deep respect for the local culture and our volunteers often leave with lasting memories and bonds of friendship

We typically seek:

Medical Volunteers (Optometrists, Ophthalmologists, Nurses, General practitioners, Dentists and Women’s health)

Non-Medical Volunteers (we will provide training)

Videographers and Photographers

I’ve always wanted to give back and Sight to Sky was the way to do it.

Jesse, Volunteer

I can come in direct contact with the people in need… and it touches my soul.

Peter, Volunteer

It’s a great way for healthcare professionals to reach out to remote communities

Marcus, Volunteer Optometrist

Where we work

We currently work across the Himalayan belt which
stretches across countries like India, Pakistan and Nepal.
Our communities often fall at the borders of these
countries and are a characterised by remote access due to
the mountain ranges.