There are many ways in which you can contribute to the cause of helping the needy through African Development Trust.
Take the Initiative – Volunteer!
Every charity relies on volunteers. There are opportunities available to suit everyone. Help us in this war against poverty and become part of our volunteering team. So many people remain silent and let thousands and thousands suffer and how much longer can we just sit back and watch? Volunteer for us now! No matter how old you are, how experienced you are or who you are, your help can make a big difference.
Remember, any charitable work you do will look good on your CV. Employers and even universities look favourably on people who have loads of extra-curricular activities on their CVs! To see what volunteer oppurtunities we have available please check the Volunteer Opportunities [PDF]. To become a volunteer you can either:
1. Complete and send us a Volunteer Application Form
2. Come in and see us directly and we will let you know how you can help!
Be Creative – Think Outside the Box!
Why not do more for your community, mosque or even university club or society. You can organise a Charity Event by inviting speakers from across the globe. Whatever the event be, ADT will provide you with as much as they can, from support to resources. So what are you waiting for?
Or Simply – Promote African Development Trust
Let people know about the humanitarian work African Development Trust is doing through word of mouth recommendations or the distribution of leaflets and posters, which can be collected from our London Office (it’s always best to call in first to make sure we have enough in stock).
Encourage Family and Friends
You can encourage others to donate and sign up to specific projects. Why not get your family members to sponsor an orphan each, or help raise funds with your friends to fund a clinic. If there’s anything you need, just Contact Us and we’ll support you as much as we can.
Find a Textile Bank
If you have contact with a Mosque, Church, Community Centre, School or Supermarket that will allow us to put a textile bank in their premises then please let us know so we can raise more for the poor.