TrueCorp is a non sexist not for profit, voluntary organisation that promote opportunities to support and provide children with opportunities to develop sustainable health and skill building platforms through networking, mentoring and lobbying that has the potency of transforming communities.
Volunteer Health Officer, Social Media/Website Director, Community Transformation Officers, WASH Officers, Waste Management Officer and Health Practitioners, Organic Farmers/ Agriculturalists, social researchers and campaigners, branding and product development
1. Must be open to work out of comfort zone
2. Has the readiness to learn and try new opportunities
3. Must have a little knowledge about the work needed
4. Be willing to work in a team and stay in rural community for at least two nights
5. Must be able to work, mentor and network children in a team
6. Open to the African/Ghanaian culture
We provide breakfast and lunch daily and give opportunity for volunteers to cook a Ghanaian meal over weekends.
Good hostel/hotel accommodation with security and internet facility.
Weekend tour trips
With accommodation, transport, and two meals daily.
$10 a day
$300 per MONTH
We are currently looking for volunteers to assist us basically develop and manage our website for us as well us supporting is with information to feed the site which include designing and editing.
Tents : 5
Stationary for children aged 6-10: 400 children
Cloth/Used Cloth: as many as you can offer (for communities)
pre school/nursery/creche learning material: for 100 children
Motor (2): for community visitations, education and monitoring
Vehicle (Team Bus, at most 10 seater): For community/medical outreach
Projector (1): For medical outreach
All items should be mailed to
Nanabanyin Anamuah Mensah
True Companion Foundation
P. O. Box 1325, Cape Coast
Volunteers can commit just one hour per week. Its all about the heart ♥ in giving
We provide opportunities to advance the interests and needs of Children in health, education, and sanitation, capacity building, leadership and women empowerment. Poor sanitation practices deplete the human resource needed for national development creates an immediate local hazard and create conditions for disease growth. Through rigorous sanitation and hygiene education and advocacy, we make the lives of young children better and prevent sanitation related diseases for a healthy community and to prevent these negative impacts from becoming a realisation.
We undertake projects that will endow people, especially children and the youth to be innovative enough to create solutions to solve current sanitation and health challenges in society. Through strategic partnerships with sponsors, other non-profit organisations, leading companies and schools, TCF provides on-going events and opportunities to advance the interests and needs of Children in health, education, sanitation and leadership empowerment whiles building and growing communities to create sustainable policies and plans to curb challenges pertaining to health. TCF commits itself to the preventive health empowerment of children in line with the principles and aims of the foundation. We empower communities to derive solutions themselves