Share your talents with the Anna Maria Charitable Foundation and uplift those in need.
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We’re committed to supporting, enabling and celebrating volunteering in all its diversity. Volunteering is someone spending time, unpaid, doing something that aims to benefit the environment or someone who they’re not closely related to.
Volunteering is changing and with Anna Maria Charitable Foundation you can choose the role and style of volunteering that fits in with your life and lifestyle.
Opportunity: PR Volunteer
We are in search of an individual with comprehensive experience in PR, particularly within the not-for-profit and/or education sectors. Your task will be to assist us in drafting and disseminating a press release regarding our mission to aid those impacted by the war in Ukraine.
What will your responsibilities be?
- Creation of press releases including a media list for our charity platform for children and families in need due to the war in Ukraine.
- Help with the advertising and promotion of our non-profit charity in your city.
- Contribute by helping promote the services we provide.
Identify local charities and companies that are keen to assist people affected by the war in Ukraine.
- You may take on social media management duties, like updating the organisation’s social media platforms, engaging with our audience, raising awareness, and promoting events or campaigns.
*You aren’t expected to shoulder all these responsibilities on your own. We encourage you to select an area that aligns with your expertise and passion, allowing you to contribute to our mission in the most effective way possible.
What leverage will you make?
By joining the team, you will help spread the word about the Anna Maria Foundation – educate, inspire and help thousands of people in need, without exaggeration, someone’s life will be saved.
Opportunity: Volunteer philanthropist
Why do we need your help now?
We are facing great challenges. Over the past year, the financial capabilities of Ukrainians have been significantly reduced as a result of the war. The poverty rate in Ukraine has increased from 5.5% to 24.2% in 2022, which corresponds to approximately 7.1 million people falling below the poverty line. This has affected our ability to raise funds for those in need. Prices for food, fuel and services in Ukraine have risen sharply, some by as much as 100%. The unofficial unemployment rate is 36% and inflation reached 26.6% at the end of 2022. These factors are limiting the opportunities for our donors and benefactors and increasing the number of people in need. But we are not giving up. We believe that together we can overcome these challenges.
However much time you have to help, just know that you can make a difference!
(Captured in the photo are the beneficiaries of our foundation, alongside our esteemed guests, who joined us in the jubilant celebration of Children’s Day 2023)
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