Volunteers are, without a doubt, one of the most valuable resources any nonprofit can gain access to. This is primarily the case because nonprofit often rely on them to support their programs and project delivery. In a sector where nonprofits usually have more work to do than they have staff to do it, volunteers boost their power, lighten the load, and exponentially increase their impact.
But how do they find these superstars who freely give their time, energy, and expertise? Where are they all hiding?
Now, nonprofits in Nigeria can find volunteers easily, thanks to Nzuriaiki.com: a website that lists volunteer opportunities and helps make making an impact in our communities easier.
To start, nonprofits simply go to the website, sign up and upload their volunteer opportunities. While volunteers can go to the website, type in their Sustainable Development Goal or location, and find volunteer opportunities.
Nzuriaiki.com also records volunteering history, allowing volunteers track the various organizations they’ve worked with for future employment.
Speaking to Raquel Daniel, the Co-Founder of Nzuriaiki she mentioned that by actively volunteering, individuals who use this platform gain professional, technical and soft skills that are crucial for employability, while building social networks and contacts in their desired professional fields.
“A lot of young people are willing to help their communities, but they need a place where they can find the opportunities available, Nzuriaiki.com provides that avenue,” she added.
Want to volunteer or need volunteers? Go to Nzuriaiki.com