WHY VOLUNTEER FOR WeHASS
STUDENTSWe can help you with extracurricular activities
When you volunteer for WeHASS you will be helping African students succeed. This counts as educational, social and philanthropic activity credits. Connecting American students with African students leads to participation in giving valuable importance to diversity in your exposure to different groups. Your participation can help promote African adolescents becoming more socially intelligent and responsible adults. In the process, you will acquire more leadership skills. This connection may go as far as organizing fundraiser trips to Africa to actually get to know African students.
EMPLOYEESBoost your employment prospects
Volunteering with WeHASS will give a boost to your resume and gives you a better chance at success when looking for a new job.
You can join your employer's gift matching program which will match the amount of your donation. This will allow you to reach your donation goal faster.
RETIREESJoin a worthy cause
Put your time and money to work for a worthy cause. As a retiree, volunteering leads to higher overall well-being and adds a sense of purpose to your life.
INDIVIDUALLYVolunteering for WeHASS gives you a sense of purpose
Volunteering for WeHASS is good for your career. Volunteering makes you build strong relationships with others. Volunteers live longuer and are healthier. Volunteering is a good way for you to socialize.
Make a difference IN THIS WORLD
When you volunteer with WeHASS and choose the option to sponsor a student, with as little as $10 per month you can help pay for the tuition of one of our students in Africa. You may also have the opportunity to travel to Africa to meet your sponsored student.
HAVE AMAZING NEW EXPERIENCES
When you volunteer with WeHASS, you will get the chance to participate in different social activities such as building a well in Africa.
IRS TAX CREDIT
WeHASS is a 501 (C)3 Non-Profit Organization, EIN# 82-2477494 In 2017, John and Delphine Hicks travelled to Africa while the school was being built. Later, once they were back in the United States, they founded WeHASS in order to help the underprivileged students there.