Hope for Children relies heavily on generous volunteers to accomplish all that it does for the children we serve. Do you have a passion for doing good in the world? Support us today by volunteering to help with our work!
Volunteers are currently needed more than ever for our Nigerian School Project. We are asking for volunteers to get involved in putting a school curriculum together and raising money so that we can build a school on a 20-acre plot of land in Osun State, Nigeria.
Volunteers serving in the mentoring position help empower children and youth to make positive life changes that maximize their potential for success. The mentoring program uses adult volunteers to support and guide young people to develop and reach positive academic, career, and personal goals. The mentor is expected to build that one-on-one relationship with the young person they are chosen to mentor by planning and participating in activities together. Volunteer mentors must be willing and able to make a long-term commitment to the mentoring process. They must also be at least 21 years of age, willing to complete the application and screening processes, and be dependable and have a passion for working with young people.
These volunteers travel out of the country to either Nigeria or Sierra Leone to work on street outreach projects. HCI Volunteers serve homeless children on the streets through their feeding program where they give out food and referrals to available shelters and orphanages. Street Outreach volunteers must be at least 18 years of age, and will receive living stipends during their visits.