Task Forces

What is a Task Force?

Task Forces are teams of volunteers and staff that respond to a specific project request. Our Task Forces unite people and their passions to projects in order to help elevate child care.

What do Task Forces do?

Task Forces help the helpers. They provide volunteer support to organizations who are solving the global orphan crisis. A Task Force manages a project with specific deliverables and timelines. Each is composed of 3-7 team members who meet regularly to push the project forward.

Why do Volunteers Matter?

As a Task Force member, your contributions help A Child’s Hope and our international partners achieve strategic goals. Task Force members provide time, talents, and resources to accomplish projects that our current staff cannot.

Why Task Forces?

Task Forces make it easy for busy people to do the most good. There are hundreds of skilled professionals looking for clear opportunities to serve with their strengths. Task Forces create opportunities for volunteers to use their passion, skills, and networks to help orphans and vulnerable children.

The Ideal Task Force Member Has

  • Time and energy to dedicate to helping ACHF amplify its impact
  • Expertise, knowledge, and/or connections that contribute to the purpose of a project

Join a Task Force

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Complete this form, and a member of our team will reach out to you soon. If none of the existing Task Forces capture your interest, but you’d still like to be involved, don’t hesitate to apply anyway!