We rely entirely on volunteers and donations. For more information on becoming a volunteer please contact the coordinator at info@dfog.org. If you would like to make a regular donation then please print and fill out one of our downloadable forms and send back to us.

Volunteering offers us all a chance to be valued in our local community, to learn new skills, make new friends, have fun and can sometimes lead to paid employment. A little of your time could make a big difference to someone's life.

Our volunteers help and support people with learning disabilities in many different ways, contributing their skills, experiences, energy and enthusiasm. We carefully match their individual strengths and interests to the needs of the people we help. DfoG recruit volunteers to do all sorts of activities.
DfoG values its volunteers and their contribution to our work and as a DfoG volunteer you can expect:

  • an induction
  • safe working environment
  • liability and personal accident insurance
  • travel expenses
  • training and a support network to help you in your role
  • regular information to keep you up to date with news and events
  • To meet new people and gain new skills.

You can also become a member so that you can help shape our work
If you a Social Worker or an Allied Health professional and are passionate about the welfare of the learning disabled in Africa (Ghana), please email your CV to us at info@dfog.org.
Students who wants placements or newly-qualified professionals who want some experience are especially welcome.


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