Do you tweet, blog and Facebook? Save the Children needs you! The international children’s charity is looking for a socially-networked fundraiser to visit its work in Bangladesh.
In April you could join a small group of supporters and Save the Children staff who see first-hand how the charity is making a difference.
When you return from 10 days in Bangladesh, the second part of your mission begins – spreading the word about the programme. Save the Children is looking for someone who can champion its work, telling their friends, wider networks and the general public about the impact of the programme.
In the last four years, the charity has run supporter programme visits to Ethiopia, India, South Africa, Mozambique and Bangladesh. The supporters who visited these programmes found the once-in-a-lifetime trips incredibly rewarding.
Food blogger Ruth Clemens (pictured above) visited Rwanda for Save the Children in February. “Visiting Rwanda and sharing my story has been an unbelievable experience,” she says. “I have come away having learnt so much.”
So if you’re looking for a rewarding, challenging and eye-opening experience, and you can commit the time and energy Save the Children is looking for (on the trip and afterwards), read the details of what you need to do to enter the competition. Then just fill in the application form.
Josephine, Save the Children’s digital project manager, is on hand if you have any questions. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check back in a couple of months to read about the winner’s experiences in Bangladesh.