Graphic design for marketing collateralEducation
You'll have a 30 minute call to discuss the scope and deliverables of the project directly with Shule Foundation Inc., and for them to confirm you're a good fit.
Once accepted, you'll be able to get right to work. We will check in with you periodically to make sure you have everything you need.
Graphics - 3-4 different images promoting our sponsorship program and education that we can rotate on various social media platforms throughout the year.
One-Sheet - Articulates 4 major points of our Sponsorship Program - Benefit for the sponsor, benefits for the child, Commitment - cost, duration and extra, and Impact
Volunteer Program - Graphic targeting college students (2) and travelers (2)
One-sheets - The different volunteer experience offered. Benefits for Volunteers. What's included. What Uganda has to offer.
Increase number of sponsors not only helps to get more children off the streets and back into a classroom, it also lets more of our kids knows that there is someone out there that cares about their well-being. Many of the kids we work with do not have the emotional and financial support of families. The kids we work with feel unloved, unwanted and are not properly cared for. Having someone willing to cover the cost to send them to school makes a world of difference in these children's lives. Sponsorship is life hanging for both the child and their sponsor.
Street-connected children greatly benefit from interacting with different people from all over the world. Now that our programs are fully operational and well structured we believe its time to launch our volunteer program. Our want is to bring young people from around the world to work and interact with the kids, as well as invite travelers to spend the day with us to learn about the work we do. In both cases, we hope to inspire volunteers to support our works in different ways - spread the word, donate their expertise, and fundraise.
Are the person who can help us help more children?
Shule works to move children off the streets, reunite them with their families and get them back into the classroom.
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