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Hope for the Destitute People's Foundation

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Our vision is being the catalyst for change to destitute women, children and the youth living in rural areas of Tanzania by helping them make positive lasting impacts on their lives.

TIME FOR GOD

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Quality Volunteering Changes Lives

We are a charitable organisation based in the UK and recruit dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers matching them to full-time, long-term placements. We aim to enable people to grow professionally, personally and spiritually through full-time voluntary service.

TFG currently hosts around 100 volunteers per annum within its core young adult volunteer programme, most serving in the UK.

Volunteers come to us from many different countries …

UK, South Korea, Hungary, Sweden, Denmark, Ukraine, Brazil, Mexico, Kenya, USA, Spain, Egypt, Slovakia, Poland, Uganda, Netherlands, Finland, Russia, Norway, Italy, Estonia, Israel, France, Mexico, Belgium, Germany & New Zealand.

Training and support is central to TFG’s philosophy, so each volunteer attends 2 residential conferences to meet other young adults and to hear about a range of issues relevant to their situation. The staff team keep in touch with volunteers in their placements by phone and email, and the Field Officers visit them through the year to check all is going well.

Volunteer placements include churches of most “flavours”; youth work; residential care of elderly, adults with learning difficulties and/or other special needs; activity centres and projects; debt counselling work; YMCAs; rehabilitative projects for a range of substance abuses; and so on.

We see it as our role to help each volunteer explore their faith journey, starting from where they themselves are, rather than where we would like them to be. Thus we welcome young people from all the mainstream Christian traditions, and both those with a passionate/personal faith and those with a more casual/nominal approach or no faith at all – and all points in between – with the understanding that we are all committed to exploring or journeying together.

We are therefore balancing our personal faith positions with the need to enable our volunteers to find their own paths – of which we are a part.

CAMPHILL VILLAGE KIMBERTON HILLS, INC

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Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is a vibrant farming and handcrafting community that includes adults with developmental disabilities. Kimberton Hills residents, living and working side by side, create a dynamic and caring community for people of all ages and varied abilities. Located on 432 acres of farm, gardens and woodlands in Chester County, Pennsylvania, Kimberton Hills is also a local center for culture and a model for sound ecological living.

Coworkers are invited to live and work in our community, while receiving room, board, and may include a monthly stipend. Workshops include maintaining family households, participating in one of our crafts (weavery, pottery, mosaic workshop, and fiber arts), helping in our organic bakery or cafe, or tending our bio-dynamic gardens, orchard and dairy farm. The village fosters a strong cultural life of festivals, music, and art and is located one hour west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the eastern United States. If interested in joining Kimberton Hills as a volunteer, please contact our Admissions Office at 610-935-3963, or by email at information@camphillkimberton.org, or for more information, visit our website at camphillkimberton.org.

SUNFO (SRI LANKA UNITED NATIONS FRIENDSHIP ORGANSATION)

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SUNFO (Sri Lanka United Nations Friendship Organisation) is a non-political, non-racial, non-sectarian organisation working towards peace, harmony and well-being of mankind. SUNFO was founded on 22nd May 1999, National Heroes Day of Sri Lanka. Objectives - To develop friendly relationships and mutual understanding among Sri Lankans and other nations. To assist in educating affiliated members and the general public about the United Nations organisation, its objectives, purposes, principles and programmes. To motivate communities to observe and live according to the principles of the United Nations. Organise various activities and functions to celebrate special days of UN Member Nations. To be a centre for the collection of data on inborn talents, issues, interests and culture of children, youth, elders, women and men, and promote activities, camps, counselling centres, leadership training, exhibitions, international exchange programmes, educational and vocational training, workshops, conferences, career guidance, intellectual, physical and other activities. To implement social services and economic enterprise development projects in different fields and involving children, youth, women and men. SUNFO has expanded its services island wide by establishing branches in all provinces of Sri Lanka. SUNFO mainly promotes volunteerism and overseas volunteers are welcome to join SUNFO to implement projects here in Sri Lanka. VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERING: Graphic designing, translation, fundraising, project report preparation, website designing.

We may place volunteers with residential facilities at our centers at Moratuwa and Ambalangoda. We invite volunteers for community services, child care, teaching English and other languages, Youth development, costruction, gardening, music, sports, environmental programs, etc. contact sunfomobile@yahoo.com with your details.

ANIDASO NSAE FOUNDATION

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We work in Ghana to provide impoverished, orphaned and street children with Health Care and Education.

We need volunteers to help with teaching in one of our partner schools (any subject of your preferred choice), helping in local hospitals (i.e. during child delivery in the Maternity Unit), holding HIV/Aids awareness talks etc. These are only a few examples of the things you could be doing here in Ghana and we are willing to accommodate you with any skills you may have. If you have an idea in which area you would like to volunteer you can also let us know and we will see if such an opportunity is available.

BRETHREN VOLUNTEER SERVICE

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Brethren Volunteer Service (BVS) is people giving their time and skills to help a world in need. It is a way for people to work at issues greater than themselves, recognizing that their efforts may not immediately solve deep-rooted problems, but can be part of ongoing work for justice, peace, and the care of creation. As sponsor of the program, the Church of the Brethren exemplifies its heritage in peacemaking and service through the goals of BVS: Working for peace, advocating justice, serving human need, and care for creation.Some volunteers engage in projects that deal with immediate needs. Others work towards changing unjust systems. Sharing God's love through acts of service, volunteers bring hope to shattered lives, offer food and shelter to those in need, and build understanding between individuals, groups, nations and humanity and the world we share. BVS seeks volunteers willing to act on their commitment and values. We challenge individuals to offer themselves, their time and their talents to work which is both difficult and demanding, rewarding and joyful.

INTERNATIONAL CHINA CONCERN

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Love, Hope and Opportunity for Every Disabled Child

International China Concern (ICC) is a Christian development organisation that changes lives by bringing love, hope and opportunity to China’s abandoned and disabled. Founded in 1993 by David Gotts, International China Concern exists to help the disadvantaged live life to the full and to their God-given potential. Although China is experiencing rapid economic growth, there remains a deficit in social welfare for the disadvantaged, especially the disabled. In many welfare centres the mortality rate remains high and for those who survive, the future is bleak. For 22 years, International China Concern has partnered with the Chinese government to develop social welfare for the abandoned and disabled. Our reputation and relationships in China place us in an excellent position to not only provide services and homes for life but also empower Chinese nationals to see lives saved, families supported, communities transformed and attitudes changed.

Volunteer Opportunities

Since 1993 International China Concern has taken teams of people from all around the world, to serve in China's orphanages. Teams are made up of people from different backgrounds, cultures, ages and experience - but all have a heart to care for China's disadvantaged children. You do not have to be a professional - If you can hug a child, play with a child, pray with a child or help meet their basic needs, then you qualify. Past team members describe their time in China as - "enriching, ministering, touching, hilarious, everlasting", and "a life changing experience".

One World 365

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Search rewarding volunteering programs worldwide with One World 365 where you can help communities, wildlife and the environment.

(AFSU) ADVOCACY THROUGH FILMING AND SCREENING UGANDA

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Advocacy Through Filming and Screening Uganda (AFSU) is a non-profit making, non-partisan and interdenominational charity organisation. AFSU is duly registered with the Non-Governmental Organization Board of Uganda by ministry of internal affairs. AFSU is based in Kampala, Uganda. The inception of AFSU is to conduct and carryout activities that address needs for children, women, aged and youth. This is done with a focus on broad thematic areas of health, HIV/AIDS, water and sanitation, education, environment protection, climate change, agriculture through use of educative short films, workshops, consultancies, participatory research, training, development of training materials and tools, sensitising communities and music, dance and drama. Special attention is to raise voices of the marginalised communities through advocacy activities. We would like volunteers to pay a visit to our office and our community projects, to enable us to share knowledge, experiences and learn more from each other. We are unable to accept volunteers with an offending background.

LATIN LINK

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Latin Link works in partnership with churches to send and receive individuals, families and teams, to and from Latin American communities, to share the love of God.

We do this through three inter-related programmes:

Step: Our renowned short-term programme for teams. Get a hands on experience of mission in Latin America, living and working alongside a local church, helping with a practical project and joining them in reaching out to their community. Apply as an individual or put together your own team. Projects last for 16 weeks each spring and 3-7 weeks in the summer.

Stride: A programme offering student placements and mission training opportunities.
Student Placements: 6-9 months suitable for language students on their year abroad or 6-8 weeks suitable for medical students requiring an elective. An opportunity to explore how your study and mission can work together to support churches and Christian projects in Latin America.
Mission Training Opportunities: Bespoke placements for individuals, married couples or families to spend 12-24 months putting their faith into practice in Latin America. Use and develop your gifts and skills while working alongside a church or Christian run project. Stride could be a career change, sabbatical, or something to pursue in early retirement. A Stride placement is a great way to explore whether cross-cultural mission is for you. A 24 month Stride is the pathway into the Stay programme.

Stay: We have over 100 members of many nationalities, working with local churches and organisations to help them meet a diverse range of spiritual and practical needs - from caring for street children, to training church leaders and supporting university students to generating employment opportunities.

Latin Link's vision is to see vibrant, Bible-believing Christian communities in every part of Latin America, impacting their neighbours, their societies and the wider world.

JUBILEE PARTNERS

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Jubilee Partners is a Christian community dedicated to serving poor and oppressed people. The community's work includes several areas of service: resettling refugees, peace-making, and working against the death penalty. Each volunteer does a variety of work, including teaching English as a second language to refugees, providing childcare for refugee children, cleaning refugee houses between occupants, gardening, light maintenance, meal preparation and cleanup, and various other manual labor tasks as needed. The staff eat meals together, sharing responsibilities for cooking and dishwashing. Volunteers are expected to participate in the spiritual life of the community, which is Christian.

FOUNDATION FOR INTERNATIONAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

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The Foundation For International Human Development and Environmental Studies is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to inform, educate and train every individual, irrespective of his or her cultural, national or educational background to acquire basic knowledge about social, economic and political rights. Our activities transcend all boundaries in the world and this has facilitated our utmost objective of promoting inter-cultural exchanges among countries. The Foundation For International Human Development and Environmental Studies considers as its mission the need to promote a vigorous campaign of sensitising people to be more proactive towards issues concerning the environment. We also inform and educate people all over the world to acquire knowledge about their economic and political rights. The volunteer programmes currently include: teaching, community development, media internship, law placements, orphanage, information technology, medical internship, and conservation. Summer Youth Camps: every year summer camps are organised for the youth to bring them together during their school break. There is a theme on various issues ranging from HIV/AIDS prevention and abstinence, restoration of the environment, peace building as well as conflict resolution in West Africa. It is one setting that offers a whole host of camp options to enrich, challenge and entertain the youth every holiday. Support Centre for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS: FIHDES WORLDWIDE join other organisations throughout the world to participate in the International AIDS CANDLELIGHT MEMORIAL FIHDES WORLDWIDE every year in May. We hope to construct a support centre in affected areas in order to provide medical care and counselling for the youth and those living with HIV/AIDS. The centre will try to fight the ostracism and ignorance of these people within their communities. We also plan to establish a rehabilitation centre for the youth and students involved in drugs and ex drug users.

EMPOWER AND CARE ORGANISATION (EACO)

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Empower and Care Organisation is a Community Based Organisation (CBO) operating in Mukono county and Maracha district, Uganda. EACO’s mission is to reduce poverty and HIV/AIDS through the creation of economic empowerment, educational opportunities, and support for disadvantaged groups of people. EACO’s activities are targeted toward vulnerable women, particularly widows and those living with HIV/AIDS, as well as vulnerable children, youth, and the elderly. EACO believes that effective and sustainable development comes through empowerment programmes, where vulnerable members of the community are given the skills, motivation and support to improve their lives and communities. EACO is always striving to improve its services and welcomes international volunteers. There are vast opportunities including: - HIV care and counselling. - Delivering support, materials and writing reports on EACO project progress. -Teaching at schools and co-ordinating peer education projects. -Assisting with administration. -Delivering training to staff and volunteers on relevant issues. -Assisting with building projects. -Writing grant proposals. EACO particularly welcomes skilled professionals that can help the organisation to improve and develop, but EACO welcomes the enthusiasm and commitment of all willing volunteers. EACO is committed to ensuring all voluntary experiences are as mutually beneficial as possible, and can find accommodation with local families or in guest houses. Regardless of the duration of your time, EACO will welcome you as one of the family, and give you the chance to make life-long friends in the community, REALLY make a difference, and work with a truly inspirational community based organisation.

Save the Marginalized

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Save the marginalized Uganda is non government organization with community based approach in delivering services. In east Africa Uganda busoga regional.

HIV/AIDS PROGRAM
• Home Care and Support for People living with HIV/AIDS.
• HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment.
• Prevention and Management of HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections in communities.
• Nutrition for people living with HIV/AIDS in communities.
• Counseling and Psychological Support for People with HIV/AIDS and bereaved families.
• Community Advocacy for the Legal Rights of People living with HIV/AIDS.
• Communication for Healthy Communities through health promoting strategies and interventions.
• Decreasing number of partners or frequency of sex.
• Increasing consistent and correct condom use.
• Developing sexual communication and negotiation skills with regard to condom use.
• Develop risk-avoidance skills.
• Learning to recognize STD symptoms, and seek early appropriate treatment.
• Increasing Primary HIV-prevention knowledge (e.g., where to buy condoms).
• Increase risk-reduction motivation.
• Rendering condoms available, accessible, and affordable.
• Improving diagnosis and treatment of bacterial STDs.
• Increasing parent-child communication skills.
• Increasing involvement of gatekeepers and youth in intervention program design.
• Advocating for policies that support the advancement of youth.
• Increasing access to education for out-of-school youth (e.g, waive school fees).
• Linking income-generating components with HIV-prevention programs targeted for children youth.

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROGRAM
• Involving in adequate safe water supply and sanitation campaigns in our communities.
• Involving in immunization against the six (6) killer diseases.
• Involving in maternal and child health / family planning in our communities.
• Spearheading efforts directed at nutrition and food production in our communities.
• Appropriate treatment of minor diseases and injury.
• Prevention and control of locally endemic diseases in our communities.
• Involving in Community Based Rehabilitation efforts and campaigns.
• Provision of mental health services in communities.
• Spearheading Health Education efforts and campaigns in our communities.
• Spearheading efforts directed at STD / HIV/AIDS control and prevention.
• Involving in oral and dental health campaigns in our communities.

MENTAL HEATH & WELLNESS PROGRAM

• School mental health promotion activities – These include child-friendly schools, and programs that support ecological changes in schools.
• Early childhood interventions – Examples include pre-school psycho-social interventions, home visits to pregnant women, and combining nutritional and psycho-social interventions in populations of the disadvantaged.
• Supporting to children – Such programs may include skills-building or child and youth development.
• Violence prevention programs – such as community policing initiatives.
• Empowerment of women – Socio-economic programs to improve access to education and credit, for example.
• Social support for the elderly – including day and community centers for the aged and so-called "befriending" initiatives.
• Mental health inte

VOLUNTEERING AND INTERNSHIPS AT STMUGANDA
SAVE THE MARGINALIZED(STM) welcomes every person from the entire world who wishes to provide /offer services to our clients (both vulnerable and disadvantaged children) and the community as a whole and as well as those who wish to do their internships with us through voluntary work approach. Paul.bamu@gmail.com

JAC INDIA

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The international volunteer programs of Joint Assistance Centre (JAC) are intended to provide opportunities for visiting friends from abroad to see India and learn about its people and their concerns while travelling. Programs run all year round in different parts of the country. An individual schedule is devised for each person or group to meet their needs. Arrangements have to be made at least 30 days in advance of arrival in India in order to plan properly. Volunteers working with children will be placed in one location at a school or a home for children for a period of 15 days or longer. These volunteers should be prepared to learn some basic Hindi language preferably starting before they leave for India. Learning Hindi is possible in JAC also. It takes four days to understand basic Hindi. Participation in work camps in Indian villages: These programmes involve work with villagers on such activities as sanitation projects, building construction, plant nurseries and other agricultural work, literacy and women's welfare, health projects including use of local herbal medicine, environmental awareness campaign etc. (1-4 weeks) Working with children in schools and orphanages (12 weeks minimum) Helping in JAC office in New Delhi doing office work, and research for cultural exchange, disaster preparedness and other programmes. Preparing and attending conferences on development, disasters and environmental issues. Taking part in environmentally oriented treks in the Himalayan area. Participation in yoga, meditation and natural health care training programme. Participation in individually designed projects based on special skills involving a long term commitment in such areas as medicine, journalism and engineering.

HELPS INTERNATIONAL (HINT)

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Helps International (HINT) Cameroon is a charitable non-profit and non-governmental organisation whose mission is to improve on the social and economic well-being and health of the poor and underprivileged in the society, through education, skills development and job creation. We have projects and volunteering opportunities in five main areas which are:

1. Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)

2. Health

3. Education

4. Economic Development

5. Community Development

There are a number of volunteer positions currently available as listed below. If there is anything you can do in the list, please visit our website and fill in the application form.

· Project proposal writing

· Fundraising

· Help build a database of very poor and needy children in our community

· Secretarial work (typing, sending emails etc)

· AIDS literature preparation and production

· AIDS education and awareness in schools, community groups and universities

· Identification of orphans & street children in the community

· Teaching computer and internet skills

· Computer hardware installations and repairs

· Computer software installations, repairs and development

· Teaching young entrepreneurs business management skills

· Teaching tailoring & interior design

· Teaching carpentry skills

VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERING: Fundraising, proposal writing and translating our website into French.

KAASO Uganda

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St. Paul KAASO (Kabira Adult Attention & School for Orphans) is a unique community project in Uganda that provides education and mentorship to children in one of the areas hardest-hit by the HIV/AIDS crisis. KAASO is first and foremost a primary school, but relies on an interconnected network of community initiatives to keep the school running and the level of education high.

The school’s motto – “Invest in Education” – not only applies to the children, but also the adults of the community. KAASO’s ultimate goal is to empower people, both young and old, to enable them to follow their dreams and realise their full potential.

KAASO’s success over the years has been thanks to community involvement and a series of initiatives that work together to make education at KAASO sustainable. By bringing together parents, guardians, volunteers and community members, KAASO has created a centre for innovation, entrepreneurship and out-of-the-box thinking.

KAASO has been welcoming volunteers since 2006 - and many of those volunteers have come back again and again. Volunteering at KAASO is not just a one-off experience, it is to become part of a unique community, a school and a family. You simply cannot come to KAASO and not be moved by the spirit, tenacity, determination and hope of the people. It is an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

We invite self-motivated, forward-thinkers with open minds to KAASO. Your duties will not be handed to you - there is no set format, no text book. With respect, empathy, and personal motivation, you can find your own unique way to make a difference. We invite you to join us.

Learn more at www.kaaso-uganda.org or read volunteer stories at www.ileftmyheartinuganda.com

ASSUMPTION VOLUNTEERS

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Assumption Volunteers share one year of their lives with young people in poor communities in a culture very different from their own in India, the Philippines and Lithuania. The Assumption Sisters, a Catholic religious order of women, who have been working for almost 180 years with young people around the world now offer opportunities in cross-cultural learning and friendships. Volunteers with a Catholic or other Christian faith may feel more at home in this programme, but we can also accept those with no religious faith who are open to and respectful of the religious dimension which is an important aspect of life of 85% of the world. We see this opportunity as a mutual sharing of gifts between the volunteer and those he/she encounters. The subsidised programme offers preparation and training, good support in placement and debriefing on return, as well as other avenues of service if desired.

TAMBASONS GLOBAL HUMAN SERVICES INC.

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Tambasons Global Human Services provides humanitarian services to African immigrants in the United states and provides support to people with special needs in Liberia..We work with you, religious groups, institutions, individuals and partners on a global basis to render humanitarian services to people with disabilities/special needs. These include mental disabilities, developmental disabilities, the blind, African immigrants in the USA, the poor, the sick, kids, women and others, in order to make the world a better place for human beings to live in peace and good health. This is our twitter page https://twitter.com/Liberiamade . Here is our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/tambasonsglobalhumanservicesi .This is our Ebay page http://charity.ebay.com/charity-auctions/charity/tambasons-global-human-services-inc/63351/ .This is our youtube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX2dwiCfJI0Icc4WICthk9Q .

We urgently need volunteers from around the world to join our fundraising team, board of directors, committees and leadership etc.

Volunteer In South Africa

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Volunteer in South Africa offers a significant mix of Volunteer opportunities for Volunteers that are walking alongside God and want to make a meaningful impact in South Africa and Africa at large.

Our Volunteer Projects are designed to provide continuous Solutions to help the Poor communities of South Africa. We aim to Disciple Children and walk alongside Children and Adults bringing them to their God given Talents. We aim to Create an Environment where people Flourish in their God-Given Gifts and are Encouraged to Pursue their dreams by adding 'HOPE' into their lives.



Our Mission Statement At Volunteer in South Africa:

"Our purpose is to serve humanity and wildlife by facilitating ways and resources in which people can get involved to help improve ways of living in South Africa and Africa at large. We aim to add HOPE INTO MANY less privileged children’s lives".



Here's Volunteer in South Africa's Vision statement:

Luke 4:18 "The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to Preach the good news to the poor."

•To build a Volunteer Organisation that brings “hope” and is a blessing to Africa and South Africa.

•To impact children’s lives with Sports development Projects.

•To Partner with other Ministries and provide them with Resources, Finances and Volunteers.

•To see lives restored, bringing hope and practical answers to broken humanity.

•To Impact the less Privileged Communities of South Africa and Create Ideas for the poorer Communities to get Jobs.

•To see people from all walks of life come into a transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.

•To walk alongside the lost and the Broken and bring hope into their lives.

•To create a community of people who worship God with passion, bringing fresh sounds and new songs to our Creator.

•To provide an environment for the less Privileged where people flourish in their God-given gifts and are encouraged to pursue their Dreams.

•To create a family environment within the projects and locations that reaches all generations, empowering each generation to reach their full potential.



About Us:

Volunteer in South Africa was founded by Mandy Ann Weschta in 2007. A Boy by the name of Jason, Came running past Mandy’s House and Stole her Cell phone from her staircase whilst she was washing her car.

The neighbours next to Mandy’s house saw the little boy stealing her phone and they got in the car to go and drive after the boy. They also called the police. The police happened to be in the area and the police car and the neighbour both found the boy in an alley way near to Mandy’s house. They took the boy back to the house with Mandy’s Phone.

Mandy asked the police what they were going to do with the boy now that he had stolen her phone. The police said they were going to have to punish the boy (because he was under the age to go to jail). At that moment Mandy remembered the verse: LUKE 4:18, The spirit of The Lord is on me because he has anointed me to preach the Good news the Poor. The police were just about to drive off with the little boy Jason. Mandy ran after them and asked them to stop the car and let the boy out the police van. I told the police that I would take care of the Boy (Jason). Mandy had a one on one chat with the Boy Jason and I told him that he had made a mistake by stealing her cell phone and even although he had stolen her cell phone she forgave him and Jesus forgive him. Mandy told him it was not the right thing to do and God Gets very sad when we steal. Mandy told the boy how much God loved him and how much God wants the best for him. She also told him that when he feels alone, then God is watching him and comforting him in those times.

That day, Mandy decided to take Jason Surfing. Jason ended up being a Great surfer. He was not attending school at the time, so Mandy told him that if he went back to school then he would be able to surf every-day. Jason loved this idea and started going back to school. The following week he brought 30 of his Street friends to come and surf. This is when Mandy saw a Great Potential to change the Community.

Mandy then made a rule that if they went to school every-day then she would collect them from school (after school) and teach 3 of them to surf a day. This is when Volunteer in South Africa was Launched. At that time Mandy owned a Surf lodge in Muizenberg (called abreakaway) she then decided to change her surf lodge into a Volunteer house. (To impact the community and add HOPE into many less Privileged children’s lives).

Since then Volunteer in South Africa has grown to 7 locations (with more to come) and SUPERSPORT has sponsored the sports Groups with Sports Gear. Mandy has come along side many more Sports Projects providing them with Volunteers and finances to run their projects.

Mandy says ‘My aim was to impact the less Privileged children’s lives in South Africa and Africa at Large’ I always have had a heart to reach out to the people in need and add HOPE into their lives. It’s so good to see that God has used me to reach out to many areas in South Africa and Africa, God is using me as a tool to Impact many less Privileged People’s lives throughout Africa now.

Since I started teaching the street children Surfing in 2007 we have seen many children going back to school and becoming some-thing in this LIFE. We have also built an Orphan school in the township, waterproofed many people’s homes from the bad weather, we have partnered with many projects that need help and support and since I started Volunteer in South Africa over 2500 children and Youth and adults have come to the Lord and are attending church in their local area.

We have taught 1200 children to surf and 300 boys to play soccer and 600 children how to swim so far. We have helped many people with food by going house to house in the townships (slums): offering food to people and Counselling to them. I am so blessed to be able to reach out to the less Privileged people of Africa and South Africa and add HOPE into their lives.

Thank-you to the people that have believed in me and supported me to do God’s work. We are a faith based Organisation, so whatever God brings is what we use to keep the projects maintained and Running. If you decide to sponsor a child to go to school then the cost is +-$150 a year for their uniform and shoes and books and school fees. We will then keep you updated on the child progress. If you decide to sponsor feeding a family (that has no food) then the cost is +-$40 a month. Any donations you can make to help the less Privileged will help. When making a payment through PayPal or into our Bank account, then you can let us know how you would like us to keep in touch with you. We will then let you know what your donation has been used for. All and any donations are much appreciated by the less Privileged people.

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