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Around 15,000 volunteers around the world help us to do everything from painting signs and organising local marches, to dropping banners and occupying oil-rigs. If you would like to know more about our volunteer program and how you can get involved further, please get in touch with us.

There is a lot to be done when protecting the planet for future generations and help is always welcome.

Volunteer types

Greenpeace volunteers are individuals who have freely and willingly committed themselves to uphold and promote the Greenpeace core values and work to support its campaign work in the region without expecting financial remuneration for their services. Volunteers include activists, interns, cyberactivists, local group members.

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Volunteer Stories

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Giving the gift of Time

by Greenpeace Philippines

As the community in Sitio Garrison realizes the impact of mining on their land, they venture out to find a new source of living, perhaps a more ecologically sustainable source…

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Mga bayaning walang kapa

by Janet Dela Cruz

Bilang supporter ng Greenpeace, ako’y nakatanggap nitong nakaraang Agosto ng isang email na pinamagatang ‘Janet, meet the volunteers you empower’. Nakapaloob dito ang paanyaya sa isang diskusyon tungkol sa volunteerism.…

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The women rafters of Lake Pandin

by Greenpeace Philippines

Roughly nine years ago, a small barangay situated near Lake Pandin in San Pablo, Laguna, began drawing in lots of visitors. Though the city of San Pablo has long been…