VOLUNTEER & DONATE
Thank you for taking the time to find out how you can help girls stay in school, achieve higher literacy rates, and become leaders who positively impact their families, communities and nation.
When you support VoiceFlame, you make an impact not only on the lives of the young girls you directly support, but on their siblings, parents, and community. You are taking an active role in transforming lives.
Your donation provides education, scholarships, and training in support of young girls to become the next generation of leaders in their countries.
Ways You Can Help
There are many ways you can volunteer with us effectively. If you are interested in these opportunities or have other ideas, Contact Us, and we will be in touch soon. We have openings for all ages, including school-age children and elders.
Volunteers are an integral part of our organization and we value your time. You can join us in Concord, CA or in the Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa offices, or you can participate from the comfort of your own home. Our goal is to get to know our volunteers and match their talents, passions, and availability with our needs.
Opportunities are available in:
Development & Fundraising
Event & Travel Assistance
You can help overcome the barriers of cost, culture, and tradition through your donation.
$25 supplies one girl with writing supplies for one year
$100 supports one girl to attend a Writing Club for one year
$400 pays for one girl to attend a 4-day residential writing camp
$1000 provides leadership training in the Amherst Writers & Artists method for one person
Host an Event
Let us know if you have an event you feel VoiceFlame should attend. We can collaborate to share our vision to empower girls through education, literacy, and leadership.
We can provide a speaker to share our story and bring awareness about the educational needs of girls and how our organization is creating a new narrative for girls in Malawi.
We can offer a sample of our writing workshops either online or in person, to share the “magic” of empowerment through writing. No writing experience or expertise is necessary.
Your support is appreciated!
On behalf of the girls we serve,
Thank you! Zikomo!