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Volunteers

 

Team SPRAT is often privileged to receive the help of generous volunteers. These volunteers may contribute an hour of their time setting up an one-time project, spend a week working in our Home Office, give advice on a new program, or contribute their time and energy in any other capacity. Indeed, no program or project can be carried out without the help of volunteers of some sort. Volunteers tend to be locals in the areas where SPRAT works and often serve on an occasional basis for months or years. They become valued, known members of our Team on whom we can lean in times of need.

                                                                                

In the past we have had volunteers help in our TAFTEESH surveys, at events at MUSKAAN, guest lecture at CARAVAN Centres, and participate in many many more activities.

 

We are always open to more volunteers and would greatly appreciate any contribution of time or energy. If you would like to be a voluntary member of Team SPRAT please contact us !

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SPRAT adjudged the best Small NGO of Western India, and one of the 13 best, all India, by the Resource Alliance - Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation for 2007.

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