Giving Back Around The World

Working with Children Incorporated

International Student Exchange is proud to partner with Children Incorporated to help improve the lives of children across the world. Take a look at some of our recent contributions
Children Incorporated and ISE team up

Full Circle: How ISE Gives Back

International Student Exchange has been partnered with Children Incorporated for just over 2 years now, helping kids across the country. ISE’s contributions have funded a number of initiatives designed to enrich the lives of children.


ISE Gives Back with Children Incorporated

Shelley Callahan is the director of development of Children Incorporated, a Virginia-based nonprofit that works to support children in need around the world. The organization has partnered with ISE for the ISE Gives Back initiative, which is designed to provide opportunities and support to these children, allowing them to grow, participate, and thrive in a global community.

help support an exchange student

Giving Back, at Home and Abroad

ISE Gives Back focuses on children both in America and abroad, each year partnering with charities that it believes do the most good for children in need.

Project HELP

International Student Exchange knows the importance of volunteering, which is why we created Project HELP. This initiative allows our exchange students to get involved in their local communities and help make a difference in the world!
International exchange student volunteering to clean up park

International Student Exchange Students Completed Over 25,000 Community Service Hours

International Student Exchange is proud to announce that our exchange students completed over 25,000 community service hours through Project HELP!


International Exchange Students Pick up the “Tab” for Charity

Exchange students from International Student Exchange collected over two boxes full of soda tabs for the local Ronald McDonald House Chapter. The soda tabs can be resold for funds.

Foreign exchange students volunteering for highway clean up

HELPing Out on the American River Parkway

Students involved with the International Student Exchange, along with host families and members of Team Giving and the American River Parkway Foundation, spent a recent Saturday cleaning up Mile Zero South of the American River Parkway, in Sacramento, California.