Volunteering work from home job/internship at Muskurahat Foundation
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Start Date
Starts immediatelyImmediately
1 Month
5,000-10,000 lump sum
Apply By
6 Jul' 22
Part time allowed
Part time allowed
248 applicants
About Muskurahat Foundation
Muskurahat Foundation is a non-profit organization consisting of devoted individuals who strive to spread smiles and aim to bring about the change that everybody only talks about. Our blooming founder, Mr. Himanshu Goenka, at the sheer age of 16, thought that it is time to do his bit for society and laid the foundation for Muskurahat on 10th June 2014. Since then, we have been spreading numerous smiles with a team of 100 volunteers. Muskurahat is an initiative to touch every sphere of society, including underprivileged children, looked down upon due to poverty, women, and their environment. We struggle every day to make the world a better and happy place to live in.
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Hiring since July 2016
2503 opportunities posted
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About the work from home job/internship
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:

1. Help raise funds to ensure educational continuity for our children
2 Run crowdfunding campaigns, set up events, and donation drives, and celebrate the joy of giving, in its truest sense
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Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for the work from home job/internship

2. can start the work from home job/internship between 21st Jun'22 and 26th Jul'22

3. are available for duration of 1 month

4. have relevant skills and interests

Certificate Letter of recommendation Flexible work hours 5 days a week
Additional Information

Muskurahat is running a pan-Indian campaign -encouraging people to come together through the joy of giving.

How can you be a part of this?

You can contribute your skills, to support our efforts to provide our children with holistic education which includes, experiential academic learning, life skills, mental well-being, and more.

Why is this important?

Children are the unseen impacted victims of the Covid-19 pandemic. A significant loss of learning, they are still bearing as the schools have remained closed for over 17 months.

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