__If you're looking for a way to really get involved and
make a difference in our children's lives, donating your time and volunteering is the best and most effective way of doing so.
As a small non-profit, we are always looking for people who can offer their time and skills, helping us to help us grow as an organization. Our volunteers have played a crucial roll in getting hundreds of street children off the street and into school, in assisting our orphan students and womens groups, educating community members on health and agriculture and more.
Whether you want to be completely immersed in our work and volunteer
in Kenya, or would prefer giving up a few hours of your time a week and working from home, there are many ways that you can help us. For more information on volunteering in Kenya, please visit Village Volunteers' website. Volunteers are always needed and no specific skills or experience is necessary. Volunteer coordinators will work with you to develop a plan for your time in Kenya. You can choose from a variety of activities ranging from teaching at the primary school, to working with womens groups to implement microfinance schemes, to providing community health or agriculture trainings, and much more. We are always open to receiving volunteers and you may come at any time during the year.
Our current off-site vacancies can be found below. However, if you would like to
get involved in any other way, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Local Fundraising Coordinator. Do you have a passion for international development and reducing the
number of children living on the streets or assisting those who have been orphaned? Do you believe that education is one of the key ways we can tackle
poverty and empower people to be able to overcome the challenges they face? Do you want to develop your project management and fundraising skills?
Then why not apply to become a local fundraising coordinator for CGA?
This is a crucial year for CGA where we need to
fund raise the final US $62,000 needed to build classrooms and a laboratory for Lenana Girls High School. By getting involved now you can know that your work will benefit thousands of people in Kenya over the years.
Role of a local fundraising coordinator:
To run one or more fundraising events in your local area and inspire others to get involved in this.
Events may include:
• Organizing a meal, music event or a dance.
• Organizing a team to do a sponsored run or walk.
• Speaking to a local school or business to raise awareness.
• Organizing opportunities to sell CGA’s products (jewelry, clothing, etc.).
• Tag on to a local festival or event and organize a team
with collection tins.
• Or anything else that you think has the potential to
raise money and that you have the right skills and ideas to organize.
To apply, all you need to do is to write and tell us a bit
about yourself and why you want to be a local fundraising coordinator and what ideas you would like to implement if you are selected. Please include your phone number or skype details so we can call you to talk through your application. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us.