Sophie Lamont of the Venners Bakery club and Tessa Gorin of Langtree Reunites are going to Kolkata, capital of the Indian state of West Bengal, on October 27 for two-and-a-half weeks.
They will be two of just four netball players from the UK who are part of a joint project by the Netball Development Trust and the Tag Rugby Trust, to teach the sports to young people in urban and rural areas of India.
Both have had to raise a minimum of £1,300 to meet their costs and are hoping to raise more, so that extra money will be available to buy equipment to leave behind.
They will also be taking with them equipment donated by a number of North Devon netball clubs. The girls were chosen to take part by England Netball and the Netball Development Trust. Tessa is head coach at the Langtree club.
Sophie last year took part in a young leaders camp in Warwickshire, working with Tanzanian players practicising for the Commonwealth Games and later in the year returned there as a staff mentor. She was also a volunteer at the World Series in Liverpool.