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Apr 26, 2017
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If you’re tired of your same old routine and itching to do something new with your free time (aka the weekend), we’ve got something for you. Are you interested in performing community service? Want to share your athletic skills? Love pets? We might have the thing that you’re looking for! Read on for ideas to help you get started volunteering.

1) Be a PET-SITTER at Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

If you are passionate about animals, and want to extend a hand to loving cats and dogs that are looking for new homes, why not volunteer at PAWS? You can help out by actively participating in their campaigns, or if you have some creative skills, help them design fliers and brochures. You can also assist in their clinic or just help clean up the animal areas in the shelter. Of course, the best part is you can help in taking care of the dogs and cats by feeding, stroking, and hanging out with them! Imagine being surrounded by adorable pets from AM to PM!

There will be a volunteer orientation on May 6, 2017, 10 AM to 1:30 PM at the PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center (PARC), Aurora Blvd. Katipunan Valley, Loyola Heights Quezon City. Please contact 475-1688 or email philpaws@paws.org.ph  for more details.

2) Be a TEACHER at A-HA! Learning Center

A-HA! (Angels Here Abound) Learning Center provides free tutoring and mentoring services to public school children most in need in Makati. They are always looking for passionate volunteers who are willing to teach grade school and high school students subjects such as reading, writing, math, science, values formation. They also welcome instructors for dancing, acting, art, and sports. You can volunteer during weekdays or weekends, depending on your free time.

There will be a volunteer orientation this first week of May (exact date yet to be announced) at the A-HA Learning Center, 708 C Pililia St, Rizal Village, Makati. Please contact 804-0091 or email ahalearningcenter@gmail.com for more details.

3) Be a HOME BUILDER at Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Philippines is known for building safe, decent, and affordable homes for Filipino families living in need. You can opt to volunteer in the construction site (no experience needed, no worries!) or/and in the Habitat office. The volunteer program is guided by staff and engineers, so you are sure that you get to learn proper house construction. Get ready to build new homes and give hope for soon-to-be home owners!

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For individual volunteers who would like to participate in Habitat Philippines' builds, kindly fill out the form here and they’ll get back to you the soonest time possible. Please contact 846 2177 or email info@habitat.org.ph for more details.

4) Be a COACH at Youth Sports Advocacy Philippines Inc. (YSA)

Many kids who are interested in sports can't afford to join sports clinics. If you have the skills and time, why not share your knowledge ? Youth Sports Advocacy Philippines, Inc. (YSA) is a non-profit organization that uses sports to make the youth become better individuals. YSA gives free training sessions in volleyball, basketball, football, badminton, flag football, net ball, table tennis, wrestling, touch rugby, track and field, lawn tennis, and fencing to children ages 4 to 17 years old. Get moving and burn those calories, all while sharing your talents with others! 

Please contact 0905-4710082 or email youthsportsadvocacy@gmail.com  for more details.

5) Be an INTERN at FHM.com.ph

Last but not the least, if you want to experience the daily grind of working for the country's #1 men's magazine, then this one is for you. If you have a knack for writing, taking amazing pictures, or making cool videos, then you’re just who we need. If you;re interested in style, grooming, food, travel, and pop culture, we are in need of an intern who is willing to learn and is always up for a challenge. 

Please submit your CVs/resumes at FHM Philippines Facebook page.

 

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