The Municipality of The Hague has subsidized Volunteer The Hague since 2013 and is co-creator of the idea of creating a volunteer database for internationals.

ACCESS is serving the need of the international community and has been a valuable associate of Volunteer The Hague by sharing the knowledge and network. 

The Hague International Network (THIN) is the oldest network of internationals working and living in The Hague. THIN is a platform of individuals that want to be actively involved in The Hague. THIN members receive the weekly newsletter and invitations for exclusive high level events. Visit us at

The Hague International Centre is the point of contact for international staff of organisations and companies in The Hague region. The Hague International Centre stimulates hospitality and offers a soft landing for international talent in The Hague region by taking care of formalities and offering services in four stages of their stay: orientation before coming to The Hague, settling in, living and working, leaving as an ambassador of The Hague region. By offering fast, accessible and combined English-language services, The Hague International Centre provides information and guidance about working and living in The Hague region.

ExpatINFO Holland provides helpful information to expats and internationals living in the Netherlands; guidance on essential topics like housing and healthcare, directory of local businesses and services, upcoming events calendar and news updates relevant to the international community in the Netherlands.

Present Den Haag offers hands-on volunteer work on a project-based approach. We always work in groups because together is more fun. Care to join us?  

Den Haag Cares was started in 2005 by a group of friends and we currently have more than 9,000 registered volunteers. These volunteers are an active network of socially minded young professionals who like to give something back to their city. Together with our volunteers, we help many people in need and we support more than 100 community organizations in their demand for volunteers.