The word “volunteer” comes from the Latin “voluntas,” meaning “free will” or “deliberate choice.” A volunteer is someone who makes an altruistic and deliberate choice, freely and not because of any obligation, to participate in a not-for-profit social activity to help those who need with his time and skills. The participation in such an activity is called “volunteering.”
In its essence, volunteering is self-initiated activity not in search of profit. Nevertheless, there are many other forms of compensated volunteering.
Yes, anyone can volunteer, and anyone can volunteer to do things that are close at hand.
You just need to fill out the form below and we will contact you.
After we contact you, together we will find a place where you will feel comfortable as a volunteer.
Pretty much everything that you can do to help others can be done through volunteering.
Teaching music, art or languages to elderly people, helping in food distribution with our team, and working in the garden of a babushka are some good examples.
No, as a volunteer you will have no expenses. you only need to contribute with your time.
ADRA will take care of the rest.
Investing your time, skills and abilities to help those in need brings a sense of happiness and fulfillment, of knowing that you are doing the right thing.
You will meet many new people, share a lot of experiences with them and forge connections that will last.
Volunteering will increase your experience and give you more possibilities in the field that you work. You will discover new areas in which you would like to develop yourself or learn more about, thus helping you guide your future decisions.