Volunteer @ Ubunye

From supporting teachers, to planning celebrations, to raising money, the work of volunteers is urgent and endless.

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There is really no age requirement for volunteering. In fact, the earlier that volunteering begins and continues throughout childhood, the more likely a person is to participate in community activities as an adult.

We do prefer that children under the age of 14 are accompanied by parents (better still volunteer as a family).

Volunteering together as a family helps kids learn that they can make a positive difference in the lives of others – and that feels downright inspiring and good.

Manage a Business?  Companies with an engaged employee base are the companies that tend to thrive. Of course, you need a sound business model and products that consumers demand, but that’s not enough. Your company needs a soul.

Why not launch a programme to engage employees in service to others – Ubunye Community Projects can assist you with this.

How wonderful that no one need wait a single moment to improve the world!

Anne Frank

How to get involved @ Ubunye!

Whether you are a student needing credits at university for community service; or have some time on your hands to assist with projects; or have specific skills to assist; or a company needing to fulfill your Social Responsibility, then Ubunye Community Projects is where you can get involved. Take a look below at our ideas or areas of how you can get involved.


Volunteer your time

Help by giving up your time to support our projects

  • Take kids on an outing
  • Help plant the veggie garden
  • Read stories or sing to the children
  • Help cook or Serve a meal
  • Help with maintenance
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Volunteer your Skills

Use your skills to assist our projects

  • Building and maintenance
  • Computer training, teaching techniques
  • Sustainable Gardening skills
  • Counselling Children
  • Marketing or fundraising skills
  • First Aid training
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Volunteer your employee's skills

Launch a programme to engage employees in service to others

  • Create a truly impassioned and engaged employee community at your business
  • Empower your employees to do more, especially in economically disadvantaged communities
  • Offer employees paid hours each year to serve in their communities
  • Make a real difference to the challenges our communities face
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These are only a few ideas? Do you have a volunteer idea or not sure how to get involved? Get in touch with us today!

Q & A

  • How old do I need to be to volunteer?

    There is really no age requirement for volunteering.

  • Do I need permission from my parents / guardian?

    Yes you do. We do prefer that children under the age of 14 are accompanied by parents (better still volunteer as a family)

  • How do I volunteer my skill?

    Get in contact with us, and we can advise on how and where you can get involved.

  • Can you assist us with our Corporate Employee Programme?

    Yes we can. Please send an email to Karin Telo:- Mtelo@mweb.co.za who will be more than willing to discuss and plan your Company's involvement.

  • Is it safe to go into Dunoon?

    Yes it is safe in the day but not at night. If there is unrest as there has been in the past, then police and staff who live there notify us. This has only happened once in our history.

  • What skills can I bring to the children?

    The needs of the children are varied, and we would welcome the skills and input from social workers, child psychologist, how to identify special needs, teach children how to care for their pets, oral hygiene, personal hygiene, how to respect other people, tuition in musical instruments, singing, dancing, artwork and general creativity,

  • How can I assist teachers and admin staff?

    We need skilled persons who can spend time and provide assistance to teachers tin order that they can master their admin tasks, as well as a need to coach teachers of how to bring fresh ideas to the classes.

Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation's compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another.