Founded in October of 2012, HDNP International is a (501)c nonprofit organization located in Arlington, Texas. Its mission is to established and promote welfare activities aimed to alleviate human suffering and work towards amelioration of the society for the poor, helpless and weak.
Currently we are looking for volunteers that are willing to assist with our cause to help end hunger in our local communities. Volunteers are encouraged to donate their time for a couple of hours per month by helping with food drives, soup lines, blood drives or by promoting HDNP to local companies and charities.
Make a difference in your community and in the world by volunteering your time with HDNP International today. For a couple of hours week you can help HDNP provide financial assistance to families and individuals by helping raise funds or getting the word out to local communities and businesses about our charity. You choose how you want to volunteer you time.
Seeking candidates that have the following experience in these areas of charity work:
We are in need of volunteers to help with repairs and painting for our head quarters in Arlington, Texas. We are in need volunteers that can help with food and clothing lines in all countries we serve.
When you volunteer for a event with our organization please make certain you are able to attend. You will be removed from the group if you are a no show to a event you RSVP'd for.
Please contact Suzan Walker or Devika Shakya for volunteer opportunities with HDNP International. In the subject line, please indicate which position you would like volunteer for along with your contact information. Someone will get back to you shortly.
email: email@example.com or go to our website at http://www.hdnpinternational.org for more information.
Our nonprofit is located in Arlington, Texas (Dalworthington Gardens area) at 3100 West Arkansas Lane, Suite 100, Arlington, Texas.
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