Volunteer or Intern with Xaveri SA
Volunteers are the heart of Xaveri SA. All of Xaveri SA ’s projects are supported by dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers―helping transform our vision for the refugee community in South Africa into a reality. We are always interested in hearing from professionals who want to contribute their skills and time to Xaveri South Africa. In the past, we have worked with social workers, research professionals, writers, photographers, graphic designers and people with fundraising and marketing experience. We can also help university students receive academic credit for time spent interning.
We welcome interns and volunteers who are able to commit to a minimum of 10-week in our office and are preferred to be focused on capacity building for current employees.
Xaveri SA accepts skilled volunteers directly, with no fees. All living costs (accommodation, food, transport, and visas) are the responsibility of the volunteer, but we provide advice and a friendly and welcoming workplace! If you feel you could help our efforts, please email: If there is a particular position you are interested in, please download and fill in the volunteer form and send with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organise an Event
Holding an event is a great way to raise money and spread the word about the work of Xaveri South Africa. Please get your friends, family and workmates on board!
From entres nous cafe to movie night or photo exhibition, the options are endless and only limited by your imagination. If you have an idea for an event please let us know and we will support your generosity by helping to promote it on our website, on Facebook and through our email lists. We would be happy to also provide any marketing support in the form of logos, images, and promotional copy. Please contact us at: email@example.com.
Fundraise for use online
When you fundraise for Xaveri SA, 100% of funds raised will be delivered directly to the project or programme with the greatest need. We have many fundraising ideas that individuals, groups, and organisations can implement at home. These have been effective in the past and are a great way to engage your community!