Volunteering

Save Lives by Volunteering

MOHAN Foundation recognizes the importance of volunteers, without them we would not have reached to this stage in more than eight states in India.

A volunteer can be anyone – a student, an employee, donor family member or relative or friend, transplant recipient or relative or friend, a medical professional, a member of NGO/CSO/Association that believes in importance of organ donation and transplantation. Join us as a volunteer to make a life-saving difference.

MOHAN Foundation will invite you to volunteer orientations, educational workshops and training programs of all volunteers that suit the individual interests as a:

  • Peer Educator: Conduct education/awareness programs on organ donation in schools and colleges.

  • Events Volunteer: Encourage general public to register for the awareness events, walks and runs, transplant games, hospital events, annual events, workshops and much more. Help in designing posters and banners for events.

  • Fundraising Volunteer: Plan and execute activities that would help raising resources and in preparation of database, prepare mailers, and assemble information to disseminate it to potential financial donors.

  • Social Media Campaigner: Help us in reaching all sections of the community via different social media websites.

Volunteer Guidelines:

  1. All volunteers must understand that are a representative of MOHAN Foundation and must abide by all the rules and regulations outlined by the foundation.

  2. Each volunteer is expected to spend at least 6 hours per week with the foundation or its related activities.

  3. All information obtained during volunteering is strictly confidential and all volunteers must abide by all the confidentiality regulations outlined by the foundation.

  4. Event volunteers are utilized on an as needed basis.

  5. All the volunteers should take life membership before registering for volunteering.

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Note: MOHAN Foundation does not discriminate between sex, race, caste, creed or religion and all are welcome to volunteer.