Volunteer work

 

We can count on a strong team of motivated volunteers. Do you also have the desire to join us in our commitment to a world in which all people lead a healthy and fulfilled life, in self-determination and dignity?

 

alex­an­dra.​koch@​hun­ger­pro­jekt.​ch

 

 

Current – Tasks for volunteer work

 

  • Kässeli Project – Together we can do it!
  • Establishing and maintaining contact with investors
  • Public Relations
  • Social Media
  • Research work
  • Participation in actions and events
  • Translation work

 

Link to the advertisements

 

 

Short portraits of volunteers

 

 

«In search of a meaningful activity I came across the Hunger Project. I am particularly motivated by the Hunger Project’s mission to promote women in particular in their personal responsibility and self-determination and thus reduce hunger and poverty. Now I am responsible for creating various print documentations. This work reminds me again and again that it is not a matter of course to be allowed to live in a privileged and secure environment.» Christa Eberle

 

 

«After 44 years of working as a teacher (the last 24 years in your own school) you can not just stop working, and you also want to “give back” a little bit. On the computer I write translations for the Hunger Project when needed. Sometimes I help out with my wife Beatrice at THP stand actions at market events. At these and other events we have always met interesting and committed people. What impresses me most about the Hunger Project is how much with little money can be achieved if the people on the spot are trained to help themselves and if especially women are encouraged and supported.» Jürg Lienhart

 

 

«Since my father was a member of THP even before I was born, I was able to become part of THP from an early age. It excites me to see when people can expand their horizons, as THP shows people how they can develop themselves further. In short: THP does not give the fish, but the fishing rod. It’s just nice to know that you can help people who do not have the same opportunities as I do, but who would like to have these opportunities. You make a great deal possible for people with very few resources. It not only helps the people you help, but also me. It also changes me – for the better. Furthermore, it is my small contribution to changing the world for the better» Lydia Heini

Volunteer work

 

We can count on a strong team of motivated volunteers. Do you also have the desire to join us in our commitment to a world in which all people lead a healthy and fulfilled life, in self-determination and dignity?

 

alex­an­dra.​koch@​hun­ger­pro­jekt.​ch

 

 

Current – Tasks for volunteer work

 

  • Kässeli Project – Together we can do it!
  • Establishing and maintaining contact with investors
  • Public Relations
  • Social Media
  • Research work
  • Participation in actions and events
  • Translation work

 

Link to the advertisements

 

 

Short portraits of volunteers

 

 

«In search of a meaningful activity I came across the Hunger Project. I am particularly motivated by the Hunger Project’s mission to promote women in particular in their personal responsibility and self-determination and thus reduce hunger and poverty. Now I am responsible for creating various print documentations. This work reminds me again and again that it is not a matter of course to be allowed to live in a privileged and secure environment.» Christa Eberle

 

 

«After 44 years of working as a teacher (the last 24 years in your own school) you can not just stop working, and you also want to “give back” a little bit. On the computer I write translations for the Hunger Project when needed. Sometimes I help out with my wife Beatrice at THP stand actions at market events. At these and other events we have always met interesting and committed people. What impresses me most about the Hunger Project is how much with little money can be achieved if the people on the spot are trained to help themselves and if especially women are encouraged and supported.» Jürg Lienhart

 

 

«Since my father was a member of THP even before I was born, I was able to become part of THP from an early age. It excites me to see when people can expand their horizons, as THP shows people how they can develop themselves further. In short: THP does not give the fish, but the fishing rod. It’s just nice to know that you can help people who do not have the same opportunities as I do, but who would like to have these opportunities. You make a great deal possible for people with very few resources. It not only helps the people you help, but also me. It also changes me – for the better. Furthermore, it is my small contribution to changing the world for the better» Lydia Heini

Empowerment – Invest in People!