Aon Romania 2024

AON Romania: 11th-19th May 2024

In May 2024, volunteer alongside vulnerable families working to improve the place that they call home.

Trip Details:



Fundraising Target: £2700

Why volunteer in Romania?

In Romania, more than 5 million people are living in poverty — 1.5 million of those are children. Nearly 8.5 million people (41.2% of the Romanian population) have no bath or shower or access to running water. According to the national statistics, 35% of the housing stock in Romania is in a state of complete neglect and needs urgent repairs.

Real wages for working Romanian families have dropped by about 40%, putting additional pressure on the strained social system. The unemployed, farmers and housewives are most affected by severe poverty.

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What will you do?

Whilst you are in Romania, you can expect early starts so that work can begin before the sun is at it’s highest point.

You will build alongside the local community, local volunteers, and the homeowners themselves.

On site you could be fitting insulation, cutting down materials,  digging and laying foundations, laying flooring, plastering new walls, and more.

Don’t worry if you don’t have any building experience. Full guidance will be provided during orientation, and you will be assisted by experienced masons and a Team Leader throughout the build.

Itinerary 11th – 19th May 2024

May 11: Arrive in country and transfer to accommodation

May 12th: Community Activities and Learning

May 13th – 17th:  Volunteering on site

May 18th: Project, Community, and Cultural Learning

May 19: Departures


Remember to be flexible. Our itineraries can be changed to fit in with project needs at any time.

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For me, it is so important to have a house that I can be proud to hand over to my children in the future. Fernando - Homeowner in Recife, Bra
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My life has fundamentally changed for the better because of HFH, as have the lives of people we have helped. Livi Warnes, Volunteer Team Leader

Further Information



All Habitat for Humanity entities that host international volunteers go through a rigorous vetting process every year to ensure...


All Habitat for Humanity entities that host international volunteers go through a rigorous vetting process every year to ensure.that they are meeting all required health, safety, and security standards as set by Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI). This includes ensuring that the hotel is safe and secure, catering and restaurants meet hygiene standards, and that the situation on the ground is conducive to volunteers being able to perform their tasks in a safe environment.

Our Team Leaders are trained to constantly assess risks both on and off of the build site. They are also fully trained in how to seek assistance if the situation on the ground changes over the course of the build.The risk assessment for Global Village destinations is performed by the Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) Senior Specialist, Safety and Security.

Medical and Evacuation insurance is provided for volunteers in the case of injury, illness, or the need to leave the area or country due to factors out of Habitat for Humanity’s control.

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Fundraising is as easy as telling your friends, family and co-workers about why you build with Habitat for Humanity...


Fundraising is as easy as telling your friends, family and co-workers about why you build with Habitat for Humanity. They may even ask to join the team!

We set you up with a great team page that you can connect to and build your own individual fundraising pages from.

When you register, you will receive a link to the fundraising team page so you can get set up.

The website is also full of useful resources to spread the word!


You will stay in accommodation near the volunteering site (this allows us to boost local jobs too!) Everyone will stay in twin rooms, sharing it with another team member.


We are not medical professionals, so before you travel please consult your GP or a travel clinic about the risks associated with your destination and what jabs you will need. The Fit for Travel website is a great starting point for identifying common risks such as malaria, zika, and other diseases.


All volunteers will be covered for emergency medical care in country through our insurance policy with Chubb. The coverage period is for the build dates only and cannot be extended for personal travel. Please note that this is emergency medical and evacuation insurance only and does not cover personal items or flights, therefore it is worth considering supplemental travel insurance.

Meet the team

New social housing in Romania


From the moment you sign up, to the time to arrive back home, a member of the Habitat for Humanity Great Britain team will be on hand to support you.
The housing need in Romania

Team Leader

Your Team Leader will be in-country with you, supporting you throughout the Build. This means that they will be on hand to support you before, during, and after the Build, so please send them any questions that you have.
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In-Country Team

The staff in country will be looking after you during your time in country alongside your Team Leader. From making sure that things run smoothly, to ensuring that you have aims for the day, they will be on hand to support you during the build.