Diaspora Welfare and Youth Development Organization

Johannesburg, South Africa, Africa
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Moderately responsive
We are a Non-profit Organisation, our main aim is to alleviate poverty through sports, connecting youth to opportunities through a sports academy.

Volunteering Activities

Social Work
Web Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

We need people to handle the Development of website, social media management and running online campaigns.


When & Who

As soon as possible
Nope, we don't require a minimum duration
Individuals, Groups, Retirees, Disabled

What we Provide

Types: Variety

We can order any meal for our volunteers, without exceeding the maximum budget.

Wifi & Satellite
Purified Drinking Water

We offer monthly stipends for those who want to stay with the Organisation longer than a month, we offer pocket money for those that are required to travel to complete their tasks.

Our Fees

$1 daily

The one-time fee will be used for food and accomodation for our recipients, those that need to travel to sporting activities around the country.

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Contact Person

Linda Thabiso Zwane
20 Kruger Street, Johannesburg, South Africa.
50% response rate

Other Ways to Help

Daily coaching sessions with the teams

Volunteers get to coach the soccer team on match days, you get to be the main actor on the side lines and sometimes, these matches are aired on local sports TV


We need food parcels, blankets, soccer balls, Tracksuits, training kits

Additional Info about Us

10 to 20 people

Physical trainers
Financial management
Office administrators


The organisation is located in Central Johannesburg, we dont offer accomodation but can arrange in time. We would like our volunteers to be sports individuals or groups who understand sports, finance management, people management, advertising and marketing, physical trainers and team builders.

The Organisation strives to produce Football (Soccer) Players that will play in our professional leagues in the Southern African region and abroad, provide an opportunity for players beyond gender lines, various racial and religious backgrounds, to enjoy the sport with no prejudice. Thus developing and promoting the policy of equal opportunity, encouraging sportsmanship and fair competition along with Developing through life skills training, upstanding young individuals in our greater communities.