We depend on individuals who consider volunteering an altruistic activity and want to help us improve the quality human of life.

Potter's Gate Charities depends on individuals who consider volunteering an altruistic activity. Who want to help us improve the quality of human life. People who want to develop their own skill and meet others. Who want to make contacts for possible employment or just have fun.

Volunteering your time and skills is an act of selflessness. Helping to build communities gives your life meaning. Volunteering gives you a feeling of self-worth that’s beyond anything money can offer. You can’t put a price on it.

Some of our volunteers have special training in the areas they work in. But others serve on an as-needed basis. Such is the case when we respond to a natural disaster or serve in building our communities.

If you want to volunteer with Potter's Gate Charities, you can get further details here [volunteer programs]. Or register by contacting us directly [contact us]. You can also ask about other volunteer opportunities within our organization.

Most of the world's hungry people are in Asia and Africa, with 520 million and 243 million, respectively. But proportionally Africa is hardest hit, with 20 percent of people not having enough food. Support our mission to make a positive change in the lives of these underprivileged children and disadvantaged families.
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We Depend on Individuals Who Consider VOLUNTEERING as an ALTRUISTIC activity

Skills-based volunteering

Help us out by using your skills and talents to help Potter's Gate Charities. The skills-based volunteer program often requires little to no training. The qualified volunteer simply donates time to help our organization achieve its goals.

Volunteering in developing countries

In this program, individuals and groups volunteer in needy communities in developing nations. Our Volunteers choose from developing countries overseas. They dedicate their time to working in resource-poor schools, orphanages, and so on. Volunteering under this program is considered an international community service.

Virtual volunteering

In virtual volunteering volunteers’ complete tasks, in whole or in part, offsite. This is also called e-volunteering or online volunteering. Using remote internet-connected devices, volunteers help with matters that can be resolved online.


In micro-volunteering, volunteers work on internet-connected devices for only small time periods. There’s typically no need for an application process or training period.

Help solve water crisis in Ghana. For a small investment, you can fund reliable water projects that serve the underprivileged and disadvantaged families, villages and schools. Wells, dams and rain catchment systems can provide hygienic source of drinking water.
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