You want to help but don’t know how. You would like to attend a foundation event, but you are unavailable. A simple donation can make all the difference. Every dollar received goes to purchase medication and medical supplies for operations
Be A Volunteer
We need you
- Occupational therapists
- Students and many others.
All have in common the determination to make a significant difference in the daily life of the less fortunate and to help them build a better future.
These people dedicate themselves with humanism, generosity and empathy so that the families of this region can aspire to a better life.
You want to join our team? Contact us now.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can apply?
Students as well as professionals are always welcome to work with us. Persons having experience in healthcare and humanitarian activities and other NGO related experience will be preferred.
What are the benefits?
Volunteers participating in our activities will be provided the relevant experience letters and recommendations and will be able to become a part of someone’s life changing treatments.
How To Apply?
Write to us if you would like to part of the great humanitarian work.
To get to know you, we will have an initial discussion on telephone to understand your motivation and relevant experiences.
Face to Face Discussion
After the telephonic discussion we would invite you for a coffee or tea to discuss about the opportunities that we currently have or might have in the future.
Start the Work
Welcome to our team! Help us to help others.
Come to discover the dedicated, compassionate people who are working to forge a better future for the poor in the region of Jamkhed, India. Join us for this unforgettable evening steeped in Indian culture. You will enjoy regional cuisine with an open bar and dance to the soundtrack of our DJ. This is what we call combining business with pleasure!
The money raised will fund future surgical missions in Jamkhed. These profits will help families to obtain the tools necessary to break the cycle of poverty in which they have been too long confined.