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Volunteers - Help MEND projects

Abroad

We encourage people to take part in voluntary work at MEND projects around the world to help where they can. We are looking for people with a skill or qualification who want to make a difference, using their knowledge to help some of the poorest communities in the world. 

We need volunteers who are travelling to India, Kashmir, or Nepal to bring some used hearing aids or prosthetic limbs with them. These can be dropped off and then shipped locally or picked up, saving expensive transport costs. 
Also people travelling to India, Kashmir, or Nepal to bring back items we have been given or purchased so we can raffle them off in New Zealand to raise funds.
New Zealand


We need volunteers:

  • To call around their local community seeking used hearing aids and prosthetic limbs, walkers, and callipers.
  • To print out the latest edition of the MEND newsletter on their own computer
  • To mail out these newsletters with handwritten notes of thanks to our donors.
  • To research grants and awards that MEND can apply for.
  • To show the MEND DVD to community service organisations, or even at the local library.
  • To show the MEND DVD to local schools.
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