We are because you (Volunteer) are with us for the welfare of society.
Volunteering at TSF is a transformational learning experience that will enable you to make a difference where it’s needed the most.

Benefit of Working for an NGO

Volunteering can provide a healthy boost to your self-confidence, self-esteem, and life satisfaction. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.

Personality Development
Volunteering helps you build interpersonal skills and accelerates your personal growth. You tend to become a good listener and a good speaker. You become sensitive towards other people’s needs. Over a period of time, you develop communication, leadership, and decision-making skills. You become more empathetic towards others’ feelings. You gain confidence and this enhances your overall personality.
Broader horizon
Working in an NGO will broaden your perspective. It will cause an impact on the way you pursue your objectives and make decisions. Working in an NGO can make a positive impact on your life, you will learn and experience working with people of different cultures. It will also increase your ability to adapt to different cultural demands and behavioral expectations. This will also impact your ability to handle sensitive situations.
Outstanding CV
Working in an NGO will give you the opportunity to be part of the organization’s contribution and achievements and as such will also help build your own achievements. Working for an NGO will help you leverage on the organization’s name and achievements which can help your CV stand out amongst other CVs. In today’s corporate world, many employers believe in reputation and endorsement which may not be easy to come by most times, but working for an NGO can help you create an outstanding CV by giving it that stamp of reputation and endorsement that you may need to land the job of your dreams.
Build your Career
If you are a fresher and seeking employment opportunities, volunteering experiences will give you an edge over others. Working for an NGO will help you acquire skills like; leadership skills, event management, team spirit, effective communication skills etc. Performing your role and engaging in activities organized by the organization can help you acquire these skills. These are skills that any organization will require to achieve its goal. While selecting candidates, employers prefer someone who has developed interpersonal skills and has substantial amount of experience working with people. In our cases, you can also get recommendation letters from the organization which would further help you get employment.
Better Network
Working for an NGO will give you the opportunity to network with great people and organizations. These influential people are people that can easily become your mentors, leads, future clients or colleagues. Networking with these great people can help you with the advice and mentorship you need to move your career to the next level. Most times meeting the right people can set your foot at the door.
Become a role model
Your contribution of time and skills helps someone find a new hope for their future. People look forward to meeting you, hearing your advice and more importantly learning from you. You become a role model for many individuals and communities who often lack opportunities and resources.
Make a difference
By helping individuals, you are contributing towards the upliftment of the community and the nation as a whole. You are willingly serving the community for no absolute personal gain. You foster teamwork and community development. You become mindful of the small things that can impact the society and benefit its people. Your efforts bring positive changes and make a difference in people’s’ lives. It will bring a sense of job satisfaction and self-motivation to do more.

Opportunity for You

At TSF (The Saviours Foundation), we believe that everyone can make a difference in their own way. That is why we have a variety of volunteering programs for you to choose from.


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Our organization wouldn’t be able to do the work that we do without the support of you donors.
All the donations to us are exempt under section 80G(5)(i) of the income tax act 1961.
We also comply with the Indian Accounting Standards issued by the ICAI and are up to date on accounting standards.
*All the donations to us are exempt under section 80G(5)(i) of the income tax act 1961.