Volunteer to help children in ThailandVolunteering 09.05.2014
The International Humanity Foundation (IHF) is seeking forward-thinking, dynamic individuals of all ages/backgrounds to contribute to our children’s home Thailand, as part of our Work-Study Volunteer Program.
●Caring for kids, teaching, organising workshops/activities
●Work with our Media, Fundraising and Online Outreach teams
●Learn about poverty and development
Each IHF center is a product of its environment and follows the cultural code and norms of its host country, so there are different programs in each center. Our Thailand center is a home for hill-tribe children. Children from this marginalized community come to our center for a stable home and a chance for an education.
Your work as a volunteer with IHF will be divided between local and international tasks. Locals tasks are teaching English, and assisting with the care of our children and organising activities. There are also additional projects to help with periodically.
For your international tasks you will be assigned teams, made up of volunteers in all centers, and work on administrative tasks for not just the center you are staying in, but the whole organisation. Areas assigned include Online Outreach, Media and Fundraising. This is a great opportunity to experience not only the hands on, in-field side of development, but also the overall management and running of an international organization. If you are not interested in these tasks, contact us about our Voluntourist program. Some pre-trip tasks must be completed in order to gain an understanding of the kind of work you will be doing.
● Fluent written and spoken English is required
● Minimum stay is 4 weeks
● Cost: $55 - $75 per week
● Basic food and accommodation included
● Cost decreases for longer stays
If you have any questions at this time, feel free to e-mail one of our helpful volunteers - firstname.lastname@example.org . If you’re ready to apply visit: http://www.ihfonline.org/volunteering.
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