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ETERNAL LIFE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY OF KENYA, BUNGOMA, Kenya

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Address: PO BOX 2166
BUNGOMA, PO BOX 2166 BUNG  
Kenya
Fax: NA
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 500
EIN: 79-888579

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Description


Local Volunteering: The volunteer must leave their home and go to the organization. Mission Statement: Here you can enter your organization's mission statement. This will give volunteers an initial sense of what you believe and value. Organization Description: Enter information about what your organization does. You may want to list hours of operation, the population that you serve, your organization's history, or other relevant information. Opportunity Description: Enter information about what the volunteer will be doing. Include a list of duties, responsibilities, benefits to volunteers, and any other relevant information. Consider including directions to your location. Organizational Statement of Faith: This is a list of Christian beliefs that your organization has. Organization Partners: Please select if you are affiliated with any partners on the drop down list. Personal Skills: Enter here skills that (1) you have some competency in and (2) that you would like to use in volunteering. Program Types: Enter here the primary program that your organization runs and needs volunteers for. Requirements for Volunteers: Enter any requirements you have for volunteers. Here you can also inform the volunteer of any screenings (such as background check or interview) or orientations that they will be required to complete. If volunteers need to bring special equipment, such as specific clothing or tools, include that as well. Service Areas: Volunteers can search for opportunities by service areas. These describe the issues or causes that your opportunity serves. Short-Term Missions / Volunteer Internship: The individual or volunteer group will usually serve for a short but concentrated amount of time. Often people will travel long distances to these opportunities. Virtual Volunteer: Volunteer from home, your work, or wherever is convenient from you. Especially relevant for technical and professional volunteering such as web design, accounting, research, grant-writing, or public relations. All of these can be done via phone, email, fax, or online

Local Volunteering: The volunteer must leave their home and go to the organization. Mission Statement: Here you can enter your organization's mission statement. This will give volunteers an initial sense of what you believe and value. Organization Description: Enter information about what your organization does. You may want to list hours of operation, the population that you serve, your organization's history, or other relevant information. Opportunity Description: Enter information about what the volunteer will be doing. Include a list of duties, responsibilities, benefits to volunteers, and any other relevant information. Consider including directions to your location. Organizational Statement of Faith: This is a list of Christian beliefs that your organization has. Organization Partners: Please select if you are affiliated with any partners on the drop down list. Personal Skills: Enter here skills that (1) you have some competency in and (2) that you would like to use in volunteering. Program Types: Enter here the primary program that your organization runs and needs volunteers for. Requirements for Volunteers: Enter any requirements you have for volunteers. Here you can also inform the volunteer of any screenings (such as background check or interview) or orientations that they will be required to complete. If volunteers need to bring special equipment, such as specific clothing or tools, include that as well. Service Areas: Volunteers can search for opportunities by service areas. These describe the issues or causes that your opportunity serves. Short-Term Missions / Volunteer Internship: The individual or volunteer group will usually serve for a short but concentrated amount of time. Often people will travel long distances to these opportunities. Virtual Volunteer: Volunteer from home, your work, or wherever is convenient from you. Especially relevant for technical and professional volunteering such as web design, accounting, research, grant-writing, or public relations. All of these can be done via phone, email, fax, or online

Mission Statement: Local Volunteering: The volunteer must leave their home and go to the organization. Mission Statement: Here you can enter your organization's mission statement. This will give volunteers an initial sense of what you believe and value. Organization Description: Enter information about what your organization does. You may want to list hours of operation, the population that you serve, your organization's history, or other relevant information. Opportunity Description: Enter information about what the volunteer will be doing. Include a list of duties, responsibilities, benefits to volunteers, and any other relevant information. Consider including directions to your location. Organizational Statement of Faith: This is a list of Christian beliefs that your organization has. Organization Partners: Please select if you are affiliated with any partners on the drop down list. Personal Skills: Enter here skills that (1) you have some competency in and (2) that you would like to use in volunteering. Program Types: Enter here the primary program that your organization runs and needs volunteers for. Requirements for Volunteers: Enter any requirements you have for volunteers. Here you can also inform the volunteer of any screenings (such as background check or interview) or orientations that they will be required to complete. If volunteers need to bring special equipment, such as specific clothing or tools, include that as well. Service Areas: Volunteers can search for opportunities by service areas. These describe the issues or causes that your opportunity serves. Short-Term Missions / Volunteer Internship: The individual or volunteer group will usually serve for a short but concentrated amount of time. Often people will travel long distances to these opportunities. Virtual Volunteer: Volunteer from home, your work, or wherever is convenient from you. Especially relevant for technical and professional volunteering such as web design, accounting, research, grant-writing, or public relations. All of these can be done via phone, email, fax, or online

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Program Type:


Spiritual Development Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes