Volunteers get involved in all sorts of activities when they come to work with us! Heading out to Tanzania and adding support on the ground is very exciting, but helping back home is just as necessary.
We've had people talking to the public on the streets of Salisbury, letting them know more about who we are and collecting donations. One summer we had a lovely lady carry out some bits of Marketing for us. Students have been amazing, bringing a wealth of new knowledge about what they've been learning at uni. Others have co-ordinated events and made sure the fun activities we plan to get people fundraising go ahead without a hitch. And there's always oodles of paperwork to stay on top of if you want to help out in the office.
Whatever you choose, it's a rewarding experience.
Find out more about joining the EdUKaid team here
Bethan Hammond, a secondary school teacher, tells us about her experience working for EdUKaid, her passions behind the charity and the skills she has learnt along the way
Why volunteering for a small charity provides such a rich experience... the many roles you can undertake within EdUKaid
"Why I am volunteering at Edukaid, and the privilege it has offered me." - Molly's story, choosing between a physics internship or one with a charity.
"The community-led approach really inspired me." Leanne's experience working with EdUKaid as part of her degree in International Development.