VOLUNTEERING – YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Every year several volunteers join the school in Rongai often working at more than one of the schools. We will do our best to match your skills to the needs of the schools.
So many of the volunteers have found the experience so rewarding that they have made the comments that is is frequently a genuinely life-changing experience.
The teaching and helping involves sport, music, singing, dancing, art, helping with the riding with disabled children. These depend on your interests and strengths. Whatever your own interests or area of expertise, you will surely find a child who wants to learn.
The Molo River House is situated in the middle of Gogar Farm surrounded by farmland with neighbours close by. There are 8 ensuite rooms with two beds. There is a communal kitchen and a big sitting room. The verandah is an ideal spot to enjoy the sun going down with cool drink.
There is a swimming pool nearby and the farm is ideal for walking and jogging in safe surroundings.
It is your responsibility to budget and cater and some basic cooking experience is important.
You will be kept busy five days a week and will be answerable to the Heads in the schools where you work.
Part of the expectation is to work on a project that you identify within the school where you are working. This is best discussed with the Head and Johnny Onslow (trustee) for advice and the practicalities. This enables you to leave a valuable legacy that will benefit the children in the years to come.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE..
Please contact Johnny Onslow, a trustee and resident in Rongai. email@example.com
If you would like to talk to someone with first-hand experience of volunteering at the Vanessa Grant Trust, Johnny will gladly put you in touch with one of our previous volunteers.