Be the Difference. Volunteer for Gomde!
"Having a lot of enthusiastic, reliable people helping, ensures that the load is shared and becomes joyful and do-able. Our monastery works just like this." Lama Oser
Become a Resident Community Volunteer
Taking a key role in Gomde in our new pioneering phase, we require good 'all rounders' to help in areas which focus on your skill set and interests. We anticipate resident volunteers will have an inclination to help grow and sustain the resident community and be willing to offer a longer commitment of 2 months plus.
Be a ‘volunteering from home’ volunteer
Having the opportunity and circumstances to ‘take time out’ and physically be at Gomde are rare. But all is not lost! We currently have a number of people who offer key support to Gomde at a distance; indeed much of Gomde activity is created from such volunteers. If you have a skill that you would like to share and develop we would be delighted to hear from you. Currently we have help with media and marketing, accountancy and book keeping, visa team, transcribing teachings, fundraising and procurement for the shop. There are lots of way to help – just get in touch and we can discuss.
Join our trusty and friendly band of Local Volunteers
Local volunteers are a central part of Gomde UK, helping to sustain the estate year-round through regular or ad-hoc volunteer service. Our team is friendly, open and informal and fosters a great spirit of community. Whether you’re looking to share your skills or develop new skills we will have something for you:
Conservation work with our land team
Garden work in the formal or vegetable gardens
The cooking team
The housekeeping team
The building team
For more information about volunteering for Gomde visit our website.
Please contact email@example.com for all enquiries regarding volunteering.
Please note: risk assessments are in place to ensure that all our volunteers are as safe as possible in the current health crisis. Risk assessments are kept up to date in this ever changing situation.
Image (below): Some of our remote volunteers: Robin, David and Helen.