IVHQ Instawards 2014
To celebrate the thousands (and thousands) of photos being shared with us on Instagram this year, we launched another round of the IVHQ Instawards, asking our IVHQers to share photos for a series of hashtagable categories and asking you to vote for our winners. And the winners are…
@chris_stretton for #IVHQweekends
Try searching for #IVHQweekends on Instagram to see where our volunteers are venturing and you’ll come across gems like this…
One of the (many)bonuses of volunteering in Madagascar is that you don’t have to wait till the weekend to catch a scene like this - you can expect to wake up to the ocean every day of the week!
@andreacalm for #IVHQselfies
Selfies, better with turtles…
Setting the scene for our Turtle Conservation volunteers in Costa Rica
@igotxo for #IVHQteachers
Wherever in the world you choose to volunteer, facepaint is guaranteed to be a class pleaser…
Facepainting whiz Igone works some cheeky magic in Madagascar
@lexasteen for #IVHQjumpshots
Had to be done…
Jumpshotting from a South Africa volunteer trip to Hout Bay, Cape Town!
@hopeeehope for #IVHQsmiles
Language barriers are fragile, break them with a smile!
Teaching English as a second language can be a challenge, but everyone smiles in the same language :)
@lukosgmc for #IVHQcrews
You may travel alone, but you’ll never be alone…
Traveling as an IVHQer means you’ll also have other IVHQers to put your adventurousness to the test - just ask our volunteers in Zambia!
Thanks to all those IVHQers who submitted photos for the IVHQ Instawards 2014 and to all those who have shared their adventures with us on Instagram over the years, we look forward to following the journeys of many more IVHQers!
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