YWAFT is always on the lookout for volunteers. Learn about the various ways you can help as a volunteer
We have a number of volunteers in our head office who generously contribute their services on a part time basis or when specific needs arise. Most of the volunteers assist with light administrative duties in our Donor Care section but some come on board for time limited periods to work on special projects.
From time to time YWAFT requires volunteers to help out with stalls at events and festivals such as World Down Syndrome Day 21st Match Every Year and Culture Night. We also run campaigns on a range of issues from climate change to violence against women and may be looking for people to sign a petition, send a tweet to their TD or even just share some of our good news stories with your friends on Facebook.
If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive updates on future opportunities, please email email@example.com with your contact details.
We run collections at various locations across Uganda throughout the year and need the help of volunteers!
Volunteering as a collector is an opportunity to help our work in the Teso poorest communities while also getting to know the local community. And there’s no experience required – a Concern staff member will be on hand to support you along the way.
Campaigning is about bringing about change in the practices, policies and attitudes of organisations, institutions and individuals. YWAFT campaigns on issues which are most critical in transforming the lives of the poorest poeple especially the Youth in the Teso Sub-Region of Uganda; making Sure that Government does its fair share to support Global Justice and a Safe Climate; helping to make Education for All a reality and ending the
For further information contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator Justine Ediegu by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 0787889109
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