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Our regional teams and board of trustees we are always on the look out for people, who want to get involved in fundraising, share their expertise or take on some of the responsibility and workload of running a charity. We look for commitment, a desire to help others, integrity and a bit of spare time. General Event Volunteer While the choir tour is our biggest annual fundraising event, there are many other things that go on in the charity throughout the rest of the year. Many regional teams from the North East to the South organizes special events and fundraising activities such as bag packs throughout the year to help raise more funds. If you have a few hours every few months then consider joining us as an events volunteer today.

Other Volunteering Opportunities

We also need people with a range of skills including:· Marketing & Communications, Bookkeeping &/or accountancy, Grant Writing and General administration

Joining the Board of Trustees

We are always looking for suitable people wishing to share in the responsibility of running the charity. We work closely with the directors of the Molly and Paul Child Care Foundation, in Uganda to ensure effective governance and support their overall leadership team in achieving its vision. Become a MemberAs a member of the Pearl of Africa Child Care Ltd you to attend and vote at our Annual General Meeting and any other general meetings that may take place. Membership is £10 per annum and allows you to join other committees and help guide the overall direction of the charity.

Last year hundreds volunteers from across the country volunteered to support the Pearl of Africa Children’s Choir Tour which meant over 2,000 children in Uganda could go to school, got at least one meal a day and access to healthcare and a home if needed.

Last year hundreds volunteers from across the country volunteered to support the Pearl of Africa Children’s Choir Tour which meant over 2,000 children in Uganda could go to school, got at least one meal a day and access to healthcare and a home if needed