Volunteer in Sweden!
Action10 is a 100% volunteer-driven organisation composed of an amazing team of people who give their time and expertise to reduce extreme poverty.
Can you commit to under-served communities?
Being a volunteer in Action10 is a serious assignment. We raise hope among under-served communities and we have the duty to not fail our partners nor challenge their hope. Being a volunteer staff of Action10 is a commitment to under-served communities.
Action10 team members must be experienced in related fields, and mature in their understanding of cross-cultural respect. They must have intrinsic motivation, and be agencies for change. They must be aware of and clear over their own motivation, why they want to join Action10 actually. Members must also have enough time to invest and intend to remain for a longer period of time, years.
Are you passionate about improving livelihoods?
Team members of Action10 must not be driven by pity nor a post-colonial superior attitude. Also, people who enjoy routine work, who depend on very firm instructions about what to do, or have eccentric motivation, such as a mark in a CV och social get-together to chill with other people, do actually not fit into the team of Action10. But those who have passion about improving livelihoods in under-served communities, are innovative, self-driven, goal-oriented, who deliver results on time, are excellent team players with supportive and positive attitudes, they are perfect matches to Action10 and we welcome them to the Action10 family with loving hearts.
Check the open volunteering positions:
We are looking for a diligent, passionate, and organized person to join the Action10 board as a Board Secretary volunteer.
This is a critical role within Action10, and your responsibilities will include (but aren’t limited to!): being responsible for meeting minutes, sending invites for meetings to team members (and following up on attendance), involvement in the GDPR policy-making, and compliance of the organisation, recruiting and participating in the on-boarding (where necessary) of new team members, and ensuring that the communication channels are up-to-date with the latest contact information for team members.
Being a key member of the Board, you will often also be a go-to person for volunteers who may have questions; so being a people person is key!
Due to the nature of the role, the person in this position must be very comfortable in both written and spoken English and must be able to attend the monthly meetings (evenings on the first Tuesday and Wednesday of each month).
Whether you have experience in any of these areas of responsibility, or you’re hungry and willing to learn, we would love to hear from you!
Minimum commitment: continuous, minimum 9 months.
When and where the assignment takes place: 10 hours per week independent work with flexible time, plus 2 meetings per month (approximately 4 hours total) evenings of the first Tuesday and Wednesday of each month. Distance meetings currently, potential to meet in Stockholm.
To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!