Skip Sidebar

About

We are safeguarding children’s rights worldwide using tools like education and coordination.

Community & familyChildren & youthSocial justice
Existing Volunteer Policy
Share

Join our mission!

Task · 2–4 hrs
Noorderakerweg 90, 1069 LW Amsterdam, Netherlands
Share Opportunity
Stichting KidsRights
#38709
Scan me or visit www.volunteerthehague.nl/o/Stichting-KidsRights1/opportunities/Join-our-mission/38709 to join

Contact person

Isabelle de Koning de KoningAsk Isabelle de Koning a question or contact the organiser directly at [email protected] .

Detailed description

Do you share our mission and do you want to help us make a difference? Get in touch with us now, so we can find out together how you can help! Tell us a bit more about yourself and why you’re motivated to support our mission, and we’ll get back to you soon, so we can start doing good together!

Getting there

Share Opportunity

About Stichting KidsRights

We are safeguarding children’s rights worldwide using tools like education and coordination.
Volunteer vacancies you might also like
Organisation role · 2 hrs/Week
Amsterdam
Spanish translator
Spanish translators wanted!Posted by Stichting KidsRights
Organisation role · 10 hrs/Week
Amsterdam
Administrator
Administrative GeniusPosted by Green Revolution Foundation
Organisation role · 2–4 hrs/Week
Amsterdam
Women and Girls Empowerment
Women are developing sewing skills and girls are participating in an after-school programs. Additionally. The hope is that once sessions for women and girls.Posted by SAINT ANN FOUNDATION
Organisation role · 5–1 hrs/Week
Flexible location
Video and Photography Enthusiast
Looking for someone with skills in Video making or /and photography to put together a promotional video (2 mins) and a handful of photographs (5).Posted by Stichting International College of Commerce -ICC
Organisation role · 30–40 hrs/Week
Flexible location
Lit a Village
This project focuses on the implementation of a village Tree school program for 3-5 year old children and adult literacy for both refugees and host community Posted by SAINT ANN FOUNDATION

Comments