Volunteer for NCT

Volunteer for NCT

Do you want to be of some help to a poor child or family in India?

 

You can! 😊

 

There are many ways for you to help a poor child or family from India.
You just being in your own home country!

Start a weekly /monthly fundraising at your school, college or university

Start a Sunday Fundraising at your church / community

Start an Indian dinner fundraising

Organise a Fundraising football / rugby, etc match

Organise a neighbourhood fundraising with your friends and relatives

Start a payroll donation (you will get tax exemption from our European ngo partners)

Donate a monthly share

Or even, start NCT FRIENDS and donate collectively with your friends

Start your CSR grant with NCT

Provide employable skills training to unskilled rural youth

Support Community based WASH programmes

Help us sell the products of women groups and raise funds

Start a NCT Neighbourhood fundraising with your friends and relatives in your neighbourhood

Organise a NCT Neighbourhood Fundraising dinner night

Organise a NCT Family Fundraising cultural night

Start a weekly /monthly fundraising at your school, college or university

Start a Sunday Fundraising at your church / community

Start an Indian dinner fundraising

Organise a Fundraising football / rugby / any sports

Organise a neighbourhood fundraising with your friends and relatives

Start a payroll donation (you will get tax exemption from our European ngo partners)

Donate a monthly share

Or even, start NCT FRIENDS and donate collectively with your friends

Start your CSR grant with NCT. The millions of children and families are in need of support to get rid of hunger and poverty

Provide employable skills training to unskilled rural youth

Support Community based WASH programmes

Your CSR can make rural women and girls resourceful to lift up their families and their communities from poverty

Help us sell the products of women groups and raise funds

Start a NCT Neighbourhood fundraising with your friends and relatives in your neighbourhood

Organise a NCT Neighbourhood Fundraising dinner night

Organise a NCT Family Fundraising cultural night

One EURO per week by one individual can already

make a change in the life of a poor child.

It can bring change to a family and eliminate hunger.

 

Have ideas but don’t know how to put them at work for fundraising?

Our Liaison Officer Ms. Isabelle Roske from Germany will assist you.

Contact her at Isi.roske@nctindia.org for details.

 

Volunteers' Testimonies

Dawn Teow, UK

Being able to volunteer in the rural area of India has opened my eyes to the reality of the world. There are indeed areas in India that have been completely left out during the development process and it seems like they have been forgotten. It has enlightened me that there is much to do for the world and to appreciate everything we have.

It has also been very rewarding to connect with the children of the school I volunteered at as they have taught me the immense joy in the simple way of life. I am sure that this experience has changed my life and I hope more volunteers can go there to make an impact on them too in future!"

Gian Marco, Italy

This fantastic experience is near to finish! And I'm really happy that to live and feel it! Really an important and meaningful experience! Thank you for all.

Really splendid, I have been very well and I'm very grateful to you for this opportunity, about work and especially of life! really thank you!

I thank you again for everything and I sincerely hope that our paths will continue together and do not get lost or not to thin in the future, but grow up and become more and more strong and vital and rich!

Alicia, Spain

I had the opportunity to collaborate on two projects that undoubtedly made me understand life in India and grow as a person. I admire his ability to manage and keeping his interest in continuing to improve the quality of life of the people and respond to their needs. I will encourage all those people I know who want to volunteer or collaborate in some way with the organization.

I have put my grain of sand in the projects, but living this experience has given me a lot on a personal level. The best thing here is the people I have met, tolerant and hospitable, and I will always carry them in my heart.