Volunteer roles

 

Become part of our friendly team of volunteers and put your skills and time to good use.

The majority of our work is done through volunteers here in the UK. We have many volunteers coming to help in our Manchester office and some work remotely. We have regular socials to hang out and celebrate our work!

Below are some of the volunteer opportunities that are happening at the moment. Some are fully taken but please check out what opportunities we have available and learn more about them.

 
 

 

Past and present volunteer opportunities

The volunteer opportunities can change depending on the charity’s needs. Keep a look out here to see what’s available.

 
 
 

Marketing Assistant

Help us spread awareness about our work and communicate with new and existing supporters

Girl Empowerment

Become part of our girl empowerment team to help design, monitor and spread the word about our girl empowerment projects.

Graphic Design

We always need help and support with the branding of our charity to ensure we are spreading our message in the best way.

Fundraising Officer

Get creative with your ideas and help us raise much needed funds for our projects in Tanzania.

Admin Assistant

Use your admin skills to help us manage important tasks that are needed to run our charity.

Research/Project Design

Help us design our projects in Tanzania using your research skills and a passion to help make change

 
 

 
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Our UK office

We are lucky to work in Beehive Lofts Co-working space in Ancoats, Manchester where we rent a desk and get access to lots of facilities that our volunteers can use too: free coffee machine, meeting room, event space, comfy sofas and a super friendly environment.

 
 

Volunteer testimonials

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Laura

“As part of the Girl Empowerment team, my time with MWH has already included helping raise awareness at a local woman's event, researching the impacts that the lack of menstrual hygiene options has on the girls in Tanzania, and researching sustainable income generating projects for the community to ensure the girl empowerment project is built to last. To be able to see the projects coming to life first hand has been amazing!"

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Matthew

“I wanted to do something meaningful and use my skills to help people who really need it. I’ve met an amazing group of talented, hard working people who share the same passion. We have already started making a difference and I aim to continue making that positive impact”

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Imogen

“I’m currently studying for a masters degree in International Development and I thought it was a great opportunity to get involved in an organisation doing brilliant work, and to put what I am learning into practice. I feel I am making a tangible difference and my work is really valued”

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Megan

“I love that MWH is all about taking direction from local Tanzanians to deliver sustainable changes that the communities we work in have approved themselves. We take CHETI's ideas and try and turn them into something practical. Volunteering at MWH has made me appreciate the power of small charities and communities that work alongside them”

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Rebecca

“Volunteering with MWH has been an amazing opportunity to work with others who want to have a positive impact on the world. It gives me the ability to do something meaningful with my work. My first brief was to help with the design for the school workshops. It was a great feeling to be able to use my experience of both being a teacher and designer. I look forward to my next project and watching the progress of the new school!”

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Jess

“I am a Project Design volunteer for the Girl Empowerment project which addresses menstrual hygiene issues young girls face. What I love about volunteering at Made With Hope is being part of a fantastic small team and actively contributing towards change for children’s lives in rural Tanzania”

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Ollie

“The thing I love most about Made With Hope is our amazing community of trustees and volunteers that are so supportive of each other and work so hard to improve the lives of people living in rural Tanzania”

Kimberley