Ways to Volunteer with the FBR


Handles FBR finances – income: proposals, donations, grants projects. outflow: everyday cash flow, monthly expenses, creating financial reports, and donor relations.


FBR’s program for mothers and children: plans curriculum, trains GLC counselors, conducts education assessments in villages visited, supplies GLC counselors and the school tour, corresponds with project supporters.


Manages incoming information from the teams, including photos, video and hard data. Collates statistics for human rights documentation and creates reports for dissemination as well as gathering information to be given out to media. Plans reporting curriculum for team reporters.


Responsible for supplying mission and trainings, including receiving and tracking supply orders from the field, purchasing, packing and transporting, as well as transporting people to and from trainings.


Manages medical trainings and supplies, as well as patient care. Gathers, collates and analyzes medical data from FBR’s areas of operation to create reports for outside dissemination as well as for the purpose of improving the medical program.


Manages the office, including facilities and helping to coordinate volunteer staff on a day-to-day basis.


Manages creation of material for dissemination, including printed matter and videos.