INMED Partnerships for Children
Virtual and In-person Opportunities
In parts of Loudoun, more than half of children are economically disadvantaged, placing them at risk for abuse, neglect and academic challenges. For many of these students, the high school drop-out rate reaches up to 7 times the county average. The challenges these children face start early and have long-term effects on their ability to enter post-secondary education, succeed in the workforce, and overcome poverty.
The INMED Opportunity Center, located in Sterling, Virginia, is the hub of local services offered by INMED Partnerships for Children, an international nonprofit. For more than 30 years, INMED Partnerships for Children has been transforming the lives of disadvantaged children all around the world.
What do INMED volunteers do?
Virtual/In-Person volunteering opportunities:
After School Program/Tutoring
Summer camp aides
Community response (sorting donations)
How to Volunteer:
2. Complete the INMED Minor Consent Waiver.
3. Upon receipt of the application you will be contacted to schedule your volunteer orientation.
Volunteer Application: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gx2c0TLXqgx14yUuzUtIVo-ypO7QwrLS/view
Minor Consent Waiver: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AgTCxXVV0vdGX2B3X4wJhs2M1DWuN5o2/view
Volunteering at INMED taught me how to be an effective leader, communicator, and tutor. I volunteered as a summer camp counselor and after school as a STEAM night instructor. I learned how to think creatively in a way that would best help the students at INMED. Simply spending time with these students and participating in activities with them could have an immense impact on their life.