Thank you for your interest to get involved with the mission of Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI) and your desire to help improve the lives of distressed children in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Nicaragua and around the world.
Volunteering at DCI is a fun and rewarding experience and there are many ways you can help. By volunteering, you will help further our fight against child labor, hunger, poverty, and blindness. Enhance your resume and receive volunteer credit hours, a certificate, and a letter of recommendation for a job or higher education. Most importantly, have fun while making a difference in the lives of underprivileged children!
Individuals or groups, students or adults, one-time or ongoing volunteers are all welcome to participate. We would be happy to work with you to match your skills and interests with the work that needs to be done, on a schedule that is convenient for you. Opportunities are available at our Cheshire, CT office or on a work-from-home basis. We welcome any help you can offer us, and we maintain a very flexible schedule so that your work with us will fit into your own timetable and schedule.
At this time, Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI) is urgently looking for volunteers to help plan and coordinate its 6th International Conference on Child Rights to be held at Yale University on October 14, 2017. We are also looking for interested and dedicated volunteers to fill specific positions in office work, newsletter publishing, editing & proofreading, bookkeeping, IT & computer maintenance, written communications, video editing, website maintenance, networking, research, data entry, grant search and grant writing, photography, event planning, fundraising, media, publicity and project development. Any time and any help you can provide will be deeply appreciated and we are confident we can offer you a rewarding volunteer experience at DCI.
If you are interested in volunteering with DCI, you can start by completing DCI’s volunteer application form on our website: http://www.distressedchildren.org/volunteer/
If you can, please attach a short resume, which will be helpful for us to understand your skills and how DCI can use your time most effectively.
If you would like to learn more about volunteering with DCI or if you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Development Officer, Ian Burzynski at 203-376-6351.
On behalf of the children we serve, thank you for your interest in our mission of fighting poverty, hunger, child labor, and preventable blindness. Though our mission is difficult, we are confident that it can be achieved with the help of compassionate people like you!
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