Volunteering at SN Trust can be a life-changing experience. Our volunteers come from all over the world and have contributed in creative ways to impacting the lives of the children we work with, from teaching English in schools to starting Hip-Hop classes with a group of our boys.
Here at SN Trust we appreciate that the diverse backgrounds and perspectives of volunteers can be of enormous benefit to our children and our society. What’s more, we know that as a volunteer here you will learn a lot too - not only about yourself, but also about the Indian culture and the people and issues that we work with every day.
So if you want to make a difference in the lives of children that need it most, please continue reading and contact us with any questions.
Volunteers across the globe give their time, talent and support to teach a skill, participate in various activities, or share the work load of our staff.Volunteers need to commit to a minimum of four weeks, so as to achieve continuity and tangible outcomes. Volunteer activities are concurrently assessed, and a final evaluation marks the closure of a volunteer's work. The only requisites from the volunteer are dedication and a commitment to work for the cause of children and social cause.