Various tasks needed from remote support, building connections and partnerships, to training youth to assisting in fundraising to soliciting youth exchange activities to administrative work.
Volunteers come at their own expenses. We have an office that the volunteers can utilize during the day and afternoons for their work and activities.
We'll require a multitude of remote online work that ranges from design work, web editing, social media, fundraising and grant writing.
How We Started
Aie Serve, a youth-based organization, was founded on February 23rd, 2007 with the vision of spreading love, respect and acceptance.
The word “Aie” is a Japanese word pronounced as “I” and means “Love”, so the name of NGO is Love to Serve or I Serve…others.
The idea came due to the aftermath of July War on Lebanon and the sharp polarization of the Lebanese youth. A group of friends started brainstorming ways of tackling this issue and agreed that the 3 basic values that are missing in Lebanon are Respect, Acceptance and Love. Loving others for who they are, and not which political background or sect they are from, respecting others’ point of views and beliefs no matter what, and accepting differences and considering them the seeds of diversity.
Afterwards, the group started gathering more ideas and people and tried to organize themselves little at a time while focusing on serving their surrounding and society at large.
Aie Serve evolved from a group of friends, to a group of community service minded people, to a team and an organization.
Aie Serve promotes the values of respect, acceptance and love to achieve an improved future for human kind.
Aie Serve is a youth non-governmental organization that works on youth empowerment.
Promote Aie Serve’s philosophy and professional volunteerism amongst youth.
Empower the youth with the needed soft skills and tools to develop the community.
Leverage Aie Serve’s experience to support other organizations in developing their capacities.