Volunteers sometimes find it difficult to identify the ‘right’ social initiative, events or NGO to work with. Searching for the information can be overwhelming!

Here’s how Kinnect helps

We aim to be your one stop shop for information on social causes and organizations.  If there’s a volunteer opportunity, you’ll find it here!

This is a valid question.  How do you know the organization you want to work with, is registered and doing what they claim they are doing? You don’t want your time or resources going to waste!

Here’s how Kinnect helps

Before organizations or causes are included in the Kinnect database, we do the research for you to ensure that they are legitimate.  Rest assured, anything listed on our database has been screened, and passed the test.

Sometimes, it seems it’s the same organisations asking for the same thing in the same way.

Here’s how Kinnect helps

We understand that our volunteers are diverse people and sympathetic to a variety of causes, so we make sure that our network of NGOs and projects span a wide range including:

  • Animal Rights
  • Children Rights
  • Cultural and Community
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Food Security
  • Health
  • Housing/ Homelessness
  • Poverty Alleviation
  • Gender Equality/ Gender-Based Violence
  • Unemployment

We know! The logistics and publicity that goes into planning and organising events can sometimes be overwhelming.  So even when you have a good idea, and so much passion, sometimes it never translates into more than just that

Here’s how Kinnect helps

The Kinnect platform makes this easy….On Kinnect, you can initiate a project, and look for volunteers and resources to support! Kinnect serves as a go to website that makes the planning and social publicity easier. Logistics and coordination can also be done (to a degree) on the Kinnect website.  Voila, idea to action!

Our Volunteers

Kinnect volunteers are young at heart, drawn together to by the common goal of making society better. Volunteers are recruited through our online platform, word of mouth, and at organized social events.

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