Queen Sheba Village, Inc (QSV) is a registered Senegalese non-profit organization geared to advance impoverished women and girls education, social welfare, advance mobility empowerment. We are headquartered in the state of Maryland, USA for operations in the horn of West Africa, Senegal.
Our volunteers come from all over Senegal and we accept all levels of ability to speak the local language Wolof (French and English). You will be helping operate programs for advertising and promotions mainly for fundraising. It is a great need for us to have strong skilled self motivated volunteers in the areas of fundraising for our current project - The QSV Women & Girls Empowerment Education Social Center. We could use volunteers whom have Independent social networking skills alongside organizing and marketing talent on QSV behalf online and/or remotely legally verifiable from organization QSV, Inc. Skilled strengths in one or more of these areas would be greatly beneficial to our goal to raise funds to build the Education Center. Please DO NOT register to volunteer if you do not have the skills to do so. We DO NOT train for this.
We provide lunch on location.
Office maintenance , good housekeeping.
No additional services provided at this location.
There is a great need for us to have a experienced self motivated volunteer in the areas of fundraising for our current project, the building of a women and girls empowerment education center. Additionally and connected to this project we are in need of a skilled grant writer(s) whom have received successful results to assist us in receiving a grant to aide us in funding this project.
1. We are currently Fundraising to BUILD, BUILD, BUILD.
We accept Domestic and International donations.
2. We are currently collecting and accepting donated school supplies. School paper, composition notebooks,
pencils, erasers, unisex book bags, etc for our next School Supply Distribution Program.
Queen Sheba Village focuses on the well being of women and children in rural Senegal, West Africa. Our education, health and business-building programs help impoverished families become financially independent.