VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME

WHETHER YOU’RE IN HIGH SCHOOL OR COLLEGE, A WORKING PROFESSIONAL OR RETIRED – AND WHETHER YOU HAVE A LOT OF TIME TO GIVE OR JUST A LITTLE – THERE ARE MANY WAYS THAT YOU CAN SUPPORT OUR MISSION TO REBUILD LIVES.

START OR JOIN A SUPPORTERS CIRCLE

AMAR Supporters Circles (ASCs) bring together groups of volunteers in cities and on campuses across the U.S. We have ASCs in Washington DC, Utah, Southern California and Austin, TX. Download the “Supporting AMAR” guide below for more information or click here to visit our ASC page.

 

VOLUNTEER PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Are you an expert grant writer, a photographer, a developer, a designer, a pro at monitoring and evaluation? Whatever your skills, we may be able to utilize them on an ongoing volunteer basis to support our work. Please visit the Contact Us page for details about how to reach your closest AMAR office.

HOST AN EVENT

You don’t have to be a member of a Supporters Circle to host a fundraising event. From bake sales to dance events, dine and donate nights to supper clubs, we have supporters raising generous funds for us all across the country. Download our “Host an Event” and “FAQ” resources for event ideas and more information.

 

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MAKE SOME NOISE

You can spread the word about AMAR and our mission with just a few clicks. Add us on social media and help us get the word out by sharing, posting, tweeting, and liking our content. You can use pictures, videos and news stories from our Media Center to create and share your own content as well. Download our “Identity Guidelines” for more info.

VOLUNTEER INTEREST FORM

Please take a few minutes to complete our “Volunteer Interest Form” and tell us how you want to be involved. We will get in touch when the right volunteer opportunity opens up!

Legal Disclaimer
AMAR International Charitable Foundation in the United States of America (AMAR U.S.) is a non-profit corporation registered in the District of Columbia. The Internal Revenue Service has determined that contributions to AMAR U.S. are tax-exempt under the provisions of IRS regulation 501(c )(3) to the extent permitted by law.

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