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Volunteers compete in a mixed community cricket match to promote peaceful relations
Paropkaar is a Sanskrit word meaning to serve others unconditionally
Volunteering towards Sustainable Development
International volunteering is a formal, unpaid and structured activity which provides individuals with an opportunity to share their own knowledge whilst developing their skill set further through taking on exciting new challenges. It contributes to the development of the community, charity and the volunteer.
AFP works with grassroots charities in Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. These organisations identify areas in which specific skills are required from volunteers to address the needs of their beneficiaries. We believe that the volunteers have as much to share as to gain from being part of the work of a grassroots charity.
Who can volunteer?
We offer a range of placements for students, recent graduates, experienced professionals and retired people and the programme is open to anyone over the age of 18. We organise both long and short-term placements and we will advise you on which placements are best-suited based on your skills, experience, interests and availability.
Current Placement Opportunities
See details of our current placements. If you do not see anything that interests you, please e-mail us with your details and a CV, if available, and we may have other opportunities which are suitable.
Get in touch
If you have any enquires or would like further information about the Paropkaar programme, please complete our enquiry form or contact .
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