How does it work?

WWOOF Greece publish a list of organic farms and agricultural exploitations (smallholdings and gardeners) in Greece that welcome volunteers WWOOFers to support their activities at certain periods of the year all offering food and accommodation in exchange. The diversity of hosts available offers a large variety of tasks and experiences.

Once registered, Volunteer helpers (“WWOOFers”) choose the hosts that most interest them and make direct contact to arrange a stay. Volunteers usually live as part of the family.

◊ WWOOF volunteers or WWOOFers do not pay for their stay (only registration fee to WWOOF Greece).

◊ WWOOF hosts do not pay volunteers for their help. They provide them with food and accommodation.

◊ WWOOF Greece charge a small fee to volunteers.

This fee helps maintain and develop the WWOOF network.