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Join the Movement to
Save Indigo Volunteers

Indigo Volunteers gets help to where it is needed most.

But now we really need your help.

Since 2017, we have been working tirelessly, placing over 4,500 volunteers across 11 countries, helping provide food and shelter to thousands of displaced people along the European migration route. But it costs a lot to get vital helpers to projects, all fee-free.

We need your help to raise £45,000 by the end of August, otherwise the vital help we provide will not be able to continue.

Help us to continue 
supporting refugees
by donating today!

Why support us

People who want to volunteer often find it hard to decide where to go and how they can help. Indigo partners with over 40 grassroots organisations that offer many different volunteer opportunities across the humanitarian spectrum. Based on their skills and preferences, as well as the latest needs in the field, we match volunteers to the right project, responsibly & fee-fee. (Refugees arriving and needing our partners support, we help get people out to deliver this mission)


days of volunteering

arranged in 2023

£1.1 mm

in donated hours

(at 7.5 h / d and 10 £ / h in 2023)


partners supported

across 10 countries

 How We   Work 

Explore & Apply

Discover the grassroots organisations we partner with and the available volunteer roles.

Find A Match

Once you apply, our team will match you to the right grassroots organisations.

Prepare to Volunteer

As you go through your journey with us we will provide you with information to learn & take care of yourself.

Our Vision, Mission & Commitment

Search for a project that interests you

Fundraise, Participate or Donate

Our founder, on the Asylum Speakers podcast!

Holly's story

This episode is full of practical advice and insights into the humanitarian sector. Holly also speaks about leaving her job to volunteer in Greece, and how that decision changed her life - from starting Indigo to giving birth to baby Matteo just 8 weeks ago (although she jokingly refers to Indigo as her first baby).

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