ChildCare Volunteering in Jo'burg, South Africa! Fees waived for a limited time only!
- Volunteer Opportunity posted by TLC Children's Home
Full time (30+ hrs/wk)
Short-Term (few weeks/months)
TLC Children's Home
Plot 136 Bronkhorstfontein, Eikenhof
Who/Where we are:
TLC Children's Home is a family orientated children's home (and registered NPO) based in the South of Johannesburg, South Africa. We pride ourselves on the quality care we provide to the vulnerable babies and children in our home.
We are looking for reliable, hardworking childcare volunteers to join our resident volunteer program! Your role would include playing, feeding, bathing, cuddling, changing nappies, making bottles and preparing meals, washing dishes and laundry and occasionally night-shift duty.
Accommodation, meals (if you have special dietary requirement the onus is on you to make sure you are meeting your nutritional requirements), 2 accessible wifi hotspots, we collect and drop-off at the airport and try to accommodate trips to the mall as far as is practical for us.
Our volunteers work 6 days a week (approx 8 hours a day).
Minimum/Total Time Commitment
We are looking for volunteers to start AS SOON AS POSSIBLE and have have currently waived our normal fee and minimum stay requirements. So your stay would be FREE (aside from your personal travel costs). We do give preference to volunteers offering to stay a longer term in the interest of healthy bonding and attachment for the little ones in our care.
We have an age requirement of 18-35 years for volunteers staying onsite. Volunteers older than 35 are asked to find accommodation locally.
Email Sue on email@example.com to start the application process. Or visit our website for more details on our volunteer program: www.tlc.org.za/resident-volunteering
Please consider joining our team of fun-loving, hard working, big-hearted volunteers.
Get Inspired! Watch a video of a past volunteer's time with us: https://youtu.be/MgJDjIjYj5Q
- Training Provided
- Housing Available
- International Volunteers