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in Rotary Club Of Bombay west would
be interested in utilizing voluntary service of Brandon. Kindly convey our
contacts as under, Rotary Club Of Bombay West. E mail email@example.com
and our web site is www.rotary-bom-west.org
From H Nlathia President Elect 2005/2006
Handmade india - run by an NGO is looking for ladies to teach crochet ,
knitting and mat making and other craft items. Interested ladies with knowledge
and experience can call on Mrs. Hafiz on 9322516864.
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an effort to clean up Bandstand promenade, the
Bandra Bandstand Residents Trust (BBRT) is asking for volunteers
to help supervise and maintain the area.BBRT members are also looking for
residents with an interest in gardening and horticulture to maintain the
Lands End garden, near the Bandra Fort.
Says Arup Sabhadikary, a BBRT trustee,
Says Mangala Chandran, honorary secretary of BBRT,
To be a volunteer, call 26404713 / 26442076.
NGO name: Friendicoes SECA Animal Society
Type of Volunteer Opportunity: Animal Welfare
Can it be done at: email
Can it be done from home: yes
Description of Volunteer Opportunity: awareness generation for compassion towards animals, fund raising, PR, education, animal rescue, walking etc
end result - to make a difference to the life of animals in india
Description of Responsibility: assist with PR, create education programmes, man stalls, fund raising, media, event management, handling calls
responding to letters
computerizing data base, web development
Qualifications / Skills needed: skillful communicator, computer savvy, high energy levels
How will a volunteer benefit: Can make a real difference to the lives of animals, high satisfaction levels, experience
Do you provide volunteer training?: no
Time commitment needed: 4 hours
How long will this assignment be?: ongoing
Number of volunteers needed?: 20
name: Bhawani Sundaram
work direct: 51550480, show on site: yes, best time to call: 9 AM to 6 PM
work board: 24621939, show on site: yes, best time to call: 9 AM to 6 PM
home: yes, show on site: , best time to call:
cell: 9871150122, show on site: yes, best time to call: 9 AM to 6 PM
iVolunteer along with AIESEC are hosting
a "Volunteer management workshop" on the 4th of December 04
Objective of the workshop:
• To build a volunteering perspective in organization working for different causes – Understanding and sharing the issues and practices
• Roadmap to effective Volunteer Management
The challenge of the development sector today lies in tapping onto quality human resource, utilizing their skills to the maximum and creating a motivating niche for individuals within NGOs.
Volunteers are a potent resource that NGOs can use to implement projects and create community participation in development issues. As we know 'volunteerism' in today's context is not just confined to students, housewives, youth, elderly or any other such groups. We now have individuals with management background working in corporate houses contributing their knowledge and experience to the development sector. It is important to work out how best we can utilize the skills and time of these individuals who are willing to volunteer and also how we can manage them.
iVolunteer with its trained staff having vast experience in handling volunteers in diff parts of India along with AIESEC who has years of experience handing international interns in the development sector aim to share and create a platform with ngo's regarding effective volunteer management practices .
Date: 4th Dec 2004 (Saturday)
Time: 9.00 to 4.30
Venue: The Yacht Club,Ballroom ,1st floor, Colaba (Landmark- Behind Taj Mahal Hotel)
Participant Profile: CEO / Volunteer Coordinator / Senior staff of the organization
Participation Fee: Rs.200/- per participant (to cover costs of lunch, tea and resource materials)
To confirm your participation, please contact us latest by 12 noon on 2nd December 2004.
Misha Bhatt- (iVolunteer ) at 56756675 , 9892203093
Sneha Menon - (AIESEC) at 9820086185, 9892381269
or e:mail us at email@example.com
6/C Apollo Industrial Estate
Off Mahakali Caves Road
Mumbai 400 093.
Phone- (022) - 56756675
Bombay Committee, a public trust and NGO set up in 1973 is involved
in issues of the environment protection, natural resource consservation,
urban planning and development, waste management, transport, gender equality,
sustainable alternatives to govt official projects that exclude the poor,
balanced regional development etc.
PAKRUTI also a public trust and NGO set up in 1988 promotes natural living and sustainable agriculture, takes campaigns, farm visits, conferences to promote organic cultivation of food and fibre as well as provides links at regional basis between farmers and consumers. Our volunteers run organic food distribution programmes in Mumbai and neighbouring areas.
We have received in the past volunteers from India and foreign countries in both organisations. We give them specific assignments that they complete in their period of stay of 3 to 6 months. We need volunteers to help us to promote current activities as well as conduct similar activities in new centres in cooperation with us. We appreciate your support. Best wishes
Kisan Mehta President
Priya Salvi Hon Project Coordinator
Kajiv Bhatt Hon Gen Secretary
Save Bombay Committee and Prakruti
620 Jame Jamshed Road, 4th Floor,
Tel: 00 91 22 2414 9688
(www.AVSARIndia.org ) is looking
to hire a Hindi tutor for our volunteers. Mainly, its coaching
in basic and medical Hindi. We are looking for someone 3 times a week
(Tuesday (evening), Wednesday (evening), and Saturday (morning). We are
looking for someone who may have some experience teaching English speakers
and is close to Sion (King's Circle)-or willing to travel. Please feel
free to contact our Office Manager Usha Shankar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
if you are interested. We would like someone as soon as possible.
Even as we're coming to the grasp of the horrifying devastation that the
tsunamis have left behind across 12 countries, the relief and rehabilitation
work for several millions of survivors has to be implemented soon. The effort
required to provide safe drinking water, food, medical treatment, shelter
and a livelihood to the victims will be the biggest ever to be undertaken
One of the important resources needed in this massive humanitarian assistance effort are volunteers. Volunteers from both local communities and outside have already begun joining hands with NGOs, local governments and other agencies to deliver relief to the survivors.
In our special coverage of the disaster on the World Volunteer Web, we provide a snapshot of what role volunteers are playing in the world's biggest relief and rehabilitation effort to date. These stories, taken from sources all over the world, again highlight the important contribution volunteers make in emergency humanitarian assistance.
You can also find out in our special coverage how you can help the tsunami victims through donations and voluntary work.
Visit the special coverage section here: http://www.worldvolunteerweb.org/dynamic/cfapps/news/tsunami.cfm
If you have any such stories or pictures of volunteers' work in the tsunami-affected areas, please send them to us at email@example.com.
United Nations Volunteers
Tel: +49.228.815 2150
Fax: +49.228.815 2953
NGO name: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Type of Volunteer Opportunity: Fund raising thru subscriptions to our children's educaitional and entertainment monthly magazine
Can it be done at: email
Can it be done from home: yes
Geographical location: Anywhere within Mumbai
Description of Volunteer Opportunity: To raise funds for The Bhavan via generating annual subscriptions to our children's magazine
Description of Responsibility: The volunteer will have an optoin to do work in his locality or work virtually or work via telephone
Qualifications / Skills needed: Good English preferred though not necessary
How will a volunteer benefit: Experience of fund raising, training in marketing to children, developing entrepreneurship skills and free tips on good writing and editorial skills.
Do you provide volunteer training?: yes
Time commitment needed: 1/2 hours
How long will this assignment be?: Ongoing
Number of volunteers needed?: Around 20
name: Hitesh Joshi
work direct: 022-24946025, show on site: yes, best time to call: 10 am to 6 pm
work board: 022-24931924, show on site: yes, best time to call: 10 am to 6 pm
home: yes, show on site: yes, best time to call: 8 pm to 10 pm
cell: 9819434917, show on site: yes, best time to call: Anytime
website: www.dimdima.com, www.bhavans.info
Dr. R. Ganapati
Leprosy Project welcomes needs volunteers to help this NGO, in office
correspondence, computer operations, office administration, fund raising
we regret not a single person turned up actually, to volunteer their
services. Such a gesture would have indeed been a service to the community
and to the poor leprosy patients. If this offer were to result in some
social minded persons coming to BLP and offering their services, it
would have meant real benefit to the leprosy patients.
The reasons for the failure could be that people are still afraid of leprosy patients and social stigma is strong even today preventing persons to work in a leprosy NGO. May be the society still needs awareness among the common people that leprosy is a disease like any other disease and it can be surely treated and cured. That it is not an infectious disease.
awareness, through publicity in press media, on television and publicity
in the community can prepare the people to mix freely with leprosy patients
without any stigma. May be situation may improve gradually over a period
until then BLP will have to carry on its services to leprosy patients
without the help of so many persons who are willing to volunteer but
not for Bombay
is an organisation that was concieved with the intention of providing assistance
to the Intellectually disabled or our “Special Friends” as we’d like to
call them, to self actualize and provide forums wherein they can redeem
their self-esteem – to be considered and consider themselves as contributing
members of Society.
ATMAVISHWAS currently requires the following personnel :
2) Volunteers :
For further details contact :
Mrs Sybil da Gama - Project In-charge,
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