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Friday, March 11, 2011

Volunteer Co-operation

Subject: AW: Volunteer Cooperation
From: "Isabelle Bartz von KulturLife" Wed, 09 Mar 2011 17:18:02
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Dear Mr Thomas,

Thank you for your swift reply! I was very happy to read that you would be interested in cooperating with us and giving volunteers the chance for gaining valuable intercultural experiences by supporting your project. Therefore, let me give you some more information about our program.

With our program we offer volunteers (minimum age 18 years) the opportunity to support charitable projects in different countries. We currently cooperate with projects in Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa and on the Phillipines. Volunteer applicants can decide themselves when they would like to start, how long they would like to work and live in a project (4 weeks up to several months), and the costs for accommodation and food will have to be paid by the volunteers themselves.

Our most important request is that the volunteers have to be kept safe.

1) Accommodation: The volunteers have to be accommodated in a permanent house, this could either be in a residential house or in a host family. It’s important that the accommodation is provided with an own bed for each volunteer.

2) Supervisor: It’s essential that you have an English-speaking supervisor, who is in charge of the volunteers. This person should be able to assist if there are any problems and be in constantly contact with the young workers.

3) Food: 3 daily meals should be provided for the volunteers.

4) Bank account: Your project is advised to have a bank account for a donation for food and accommodation.

5) Transportation: It’s important that you guarantee a pick-up and drop-off from the nearest airport.

If we build up a cooperation with you, we will take your project into our portfolio and people interested in volunteering can apply. We will handle the application process and will get the volunteers prepared for their new experience. Of course, we will send you their CV, a photo and their motivation letter so that you can give the definite acceptance to an applicant. If you have any special requirements, we can definitely take them into consideration! What we require from volunteers is a heart to serve, open-mindedness for people, cultures and different ways of life, sociability, a sense of responsibility... Some of them already have references of social work, e.g. having done an internship in a nursery. Many of our volunteers have just finished school (at the age of 18 up to 20 years), and want to experience something new before studying at university. But we also have older volunteers who have already worked and want to start something completely new.

On your website - which is really nice and well done, by the way - you provide many very useful information! What we need to know is the amount of the donation which will have to be paid to cover your expenses for board and lodging. Could you also give us a note of your terms and conditions to the partnership? This should include the field of work, the minimum and maximum duration of a stay, where the volunteers can sleep, the contact person and which airport is the nearest, etc.

Let me also know, if you have any questions!

I am looking forward to hearing from you soon!

Thank you so much and warm regards,


Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für Kulturaustausch mbH
Max-Giese-Straße 22 D - 24103 Kiel
Handelsregister Kiel, HRB 4296 KI
Geschäftsführer: Martin Elbeshausen

My office hours:
Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

previous email and response

Von: []
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 3. März 2011 19:46
An: Isabelle Bartz von KulturLife
Betreff: Re: Volunteer Cooperation

Isabelle we would be interested. Lets think of the modalities...

Johnson Thomas(00-9820466726)

On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 01:35:07 +0530 "Isabelle Bartz von KulturLife" wrote

Dearladies andgentlemen,
let me send you some warm greetings from Germany.
My name is Isabelle Bartz and I am working for KulturLife a non-profit organization focussing on intercultural exchange. For almost 15 years now, we have been organizing diverse exchange programs for young people to give them an understanding about different cultures and ways of life and to enhance international cooperation. Our volunteer department is currently growing, as there is a high interest among young people getting involved in supporting charitable projects abroad. For this reason, we are looking for new partner projects. Researching on the Internet, I took notice of your project and I reallyappreciate your work. I consider your organization definitely worth being supported by our motivated volunteers! Therefore, we are very interested in building upacooperation withyour organisation and send volunteers (staying between a few weeks up to several months)as a supportto your projects.

Please let us know if you are interested in a partnership and give us a reply, so we can talk about further details.
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon!
Thank you and kind regards,

Isabelle Bartz
Isabelle Bartz
Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für Kulturaustausch mbH
>Max-Giese-StraßeD - 24103 Kiel
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>Handelsregister Kiel, HRB 4296 KI
>Geschäftsführer: Martin Elbeshausen
My office hours:
Tuesday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Wednesday-Friday10 a.m.-5 p.m.


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