Volunteering is an excellent way to support Sustain Micro Enterprise; we are looking for all kinds of people who can help us achieve our vision where no woman or child should be vulnerable.
We have listed some ways you could volunteer below. But if you would like to volunteer with us in any other ways, please get in touch with us on .
Proposal writing: Do you have skills in proposal writing and grant knowledge; we would like you to support us. Writing proposals and grants can lead us to acquiring funds for the OVCs and vulnerable women.
Photography and Filming: Join us and help in taking photography for our work and videos for our cause. Support us in sharing our stories with the global community.
Teacher: Are you a teacher? Here is an opportunity to teach children multiple skills in the field of Math, English, Bile study and life skills.
Website and Social Media: Passionate about website and social media, we need your passion and skills. Join us and help us use these platforms to share our work.
Hygiene and Sanitation Educator: Are you knowledgeable about hygiene and sanitation? A great opportunity for you to volunteer with women, schools and families to share information about hygiene and sanitation. You also get involved in building Tippy Taps with the community.
Become Sustain Ambassador: You love and care about Orphaned children and vulnerable women; we need you to become our Ambassador in your community. Spread the word, fundraise and share about our work in your community.
Business trainer and advisor for the women: You would like to share your business skills and experience with the vulnerable women involved in small businesses and micro loans, join us.
Host a House Party: organize and host a house party and invite your friends. Share about our work, stories and impact to create awareness about Sustain Micro Enterprise.
Mission Trips. Be part of the passionate teams for a trip to visit Uganda for a life changing journey.
Games and Sports Teacher: Do you love games and sports? Join our team and help empower the vulnerable children with skills in games and sports.