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Volunteering
An effort, as small as spending time helping others, can go a long way in bringing change in lives of many. The sheer feeling of accomplishment and joy that you get by lending a helping hand to those in need can be quite overwhelming.

Such experience also offers a great potential to learn a variety of skills, get to know another culture, another way of life - a great potential to broaden your horizons.

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If you are a prospective volunteer with a passion for the issues SWATI deals with, willing to spend a minimum of three weeks with us, please email Ms. Poonam Kathuria at swati.org@gmail.com with a copy of your CV and a short statement of interest.

We welcome volunteers fluent in English from any background and of any nationality. No knowledge of Hindi or Gujarati is required. Come work with us and be part of our team. You can make a difference!

Volunteer stories
Sofia Saiyed- USA, October- December 2010

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As an Indian woman born and raised in the US, I grew up not knowing much about the diversity of traditions of the place my family calls “home”. Volunteering with SWATI after I graduated college was a golden opportunity to connect with Indian feminisms and struggles and learn a lot about myself along the way. As a foreigner, I was worried about whether I would be able to contribute to work in India, but SWATI knew how to put me to good use. I truly felt I was able to contribute in a meaningful way to SWATI’s work while learning a great deal about development.



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