Grace Foundation Ambassadors have an important role in raising awareness about our programs and services and creating fundraising opportunities. As an ambassador, you will be the public face of our organization and have an active role in developing the connections and resources needed to make a positive impact on the lives of the families we work with. This is an ideal opportunity to become part of a network and improve your leadership, cultural awareness and social and relationship skills.

There are two types of ambassador roles: Campus ambassadors spread awareness and raise funds at their own universities, and Social Media ambassadors are university students or young professionals who help to advocate our cause in social networks.

As individuals who have the moral and legal capacity to represent Grace Foundation in their community, our ambassadors need to fulfill the following requirements:

  • You must be 18 years of age or older (Under 18 needs parental permission)
  • You must undertake an online volunteer orientation and training

 

Here is what one of our volunteers has to say about this role:

“This experience is great for your CV and, more importantly, it will help you become part of an extensive global community of people across many different professions, who just like you, are passionate about making the world a better place! Grace Foundation is a real grassroots initiative, building and sharing human capital to change attitudes, lives and, ultimately, the world. By becoming an ambassador, you could be a part of this movement.”

Alice – United Kingdom

Ambassador Spotlight

RotimiRotimi Ogungbola is a Grace Foundation Social Media Ambassador and has helped to recruit over 1,000 Nigerian youth to join our Facebook group.

Rotimi is a creative writer, editor, academic and social researcher focused on youth development, social interaction and sustainable development. (Read more …)