Volunteer with BTO

Why Volunteer?

We couldn’t do the work we do without the generous support of our volunteers. Volunteering is an excellent way to contribute to the global community and create a rewarding personal experience while giving back.

Work with a global team: BTO is operated by a remote team of professionals and child protection experts spread around the world.

It’s rewarding: as part of a small and nimble team, your work makes a direct impact on the lives of vulnerable children and partner organisations.

Gain professional experience: learn new skills and gain experience with an established international development organisation.

Create positive change: be part of a movement to support local organisations create real change in their communities.

Open Positions

Youth Advisory Committee Member

The Beyond The Orphanage Youth Advisory Committee was formed with the aim of engaging more young people (aged up 8 to 30) in the work of Beyond the Orphanage and to seek expert advice and input from a specific youth demographic.

If you are someone who is interested in social justice, equality, advocacy and being a part of a passionate network, then this role could be for you. Committee members may come from all over the world to ensure a diversity of perspectives are represented within BTO and the broader community in which we work.

About the role:

As a committee member, your role might range from participating in discussions with the Board of Directors to collaborating with BTO staff regarding a specific campaign or program to growing a network of youth within your communities and globally dedicated to supporting the work of BTO.

Youth Advisory Committee: Expression of Interest


Lived Experience Committee Member

The Beyond The Orphanage Lived Experience Committee was formed with the aim of engaging more young people (aged up 8 to 30) in the work of Beyond the Orphanage and to seek expert advice and input from a specific youth demographic.

If you are someone who is interested in social justice, equality, advocacy and being a part of a passionate network, then this role could be for you. Committee members may come from all over the world to ensure a diversity of perspectives are represented within BTO and the broader community in which we work.

About the role:

As a committee member, your role might range from participating in discussions with the Board of Directors to collaborating with BTO staff regarding a specific campaign or program, to growing a network of youth within your communities and globally dedicated to supporting the work of BTO.

People with a lived experience are best placed to inform how we can support others in crisis and bring invaluable insight, wisdom and perspective that is critical to informing the best practices for BTO. These insights will allow us to improve our programs by ensuring that they are fit-for-purpose and better able to serve the children.

Lived Experience Committee – Expression of Interest

Open Positions

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