MOUNTAINCHILD DERIVES ITS VALUES FROM A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW AND EXISTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF RAISING AWARENESS, RESOURCES AND FINANCIAL AID FOR HUMANITARIAN WORK CARRIED OUT AMONGST IMPOVERISHED CHILDREN AND THEIR VILLAGES THROUGHOUT THE HIMALAYAS.
At MountainChild, we're passionate about carrying hope to the Himalayas! When you volunteer you are helping push that mission forward-- from wherever you are! Whether you are local to Colorado and interested in serving in our US Offices or more remotely positioned, there is an opportunity for you. Your skill set can make a tangible impact and we want you on the team!
US Office and Remote Volunteers
When I first connected with MountainChild in 2014, I knew that this organization was on the path to making a huge difference in the world and to the children of the Himalayas. With the 5 Core Issues of healthcare, environment, child labor, trafficking and education, their approach to help was unique, encompassing and powerful. As I look at the organization today as the current Volunteer Program Director, we are creating even bigger momentum than was ever thought possible.
With that growth comes the realization that every life that is involved with MountainChild is as important as the role they play. From staff members to volunteers, all aspects are vital to the mission at hand. I am so grateful for my position and I am passionate about bringing quality volunteers in to immerse them onto our team. I am honored to represent MountainChild and know that each and every volunteer we have makes a difference. Will you join us to help carry hope to the children of the Himalayas?
Volunteer Program Director
Volunteering for MountainChild is valuable to me because I know that the organization reaches so many people in need and gives them the ability to better their families and communities in the process. I think it is important that they make it a priority to give the people they help a chance to make a living for themselves. I also know that the staff is all in and fully committed to their mission as a ministry, and believe that they truly do make a difference. I like that they have multiple opportunities to get involved in and make sure everyone feels like they can have a part in giving back to their mission.
I first heard about MountainChild through a good friend. The organization was interesting to me because as a teacher, I want children to be treated with kindness and equity all over the world. As I learned more about MountainChild, I realized it is more than keeping children from being sex trafficked but the non-profit is also about the health, education and environment of the people of Nepal. I love volunteering with MountainChild to give back to an organization that supports children and the people of Nepal.
I choose to volunteer at MountainChild because of their heavy involvement in my community, and because I firmly believe in their drive and ability to combat health issues, humanitarian issues, educational issues, and environmental issues in Nepal. Because of MountainChild I have been able to witness and listen to the testimonies of survivors of human trafficking, as well as the experiences of friends who have visited Nepal to serve as a part of MountainChild. These accounts and my experiences volunteering with MountainChild have given me a much fuller understanding of the issues facing Nepal, as well as what I can do to help. MountainChild has enabled myself and many others to create positive change for people in Nepal facing extreme hardships.