Are you wanting to lend your time to Project Zulu?
Whether you have 5 minutes or 5 hours we want to hear from you. Project Zulu is a small charity so we’re always extremely thankful to people who are able to donate any amount of their time to help with our work.
Spread the word
The fastest and easiest way to help Project Zulu is to spread the word. Any sharing of information you do can make a huge difference to our work. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to like and share our posts. Or tell your friends over a traditional cup of tea or a pint.
Super Savvy Social Media Types
If you’re an expert blogger and poster then why not post about Project Zulu? Either write your own post or use Project Zulu’s content to share with your followers. Don’t forget to include the all-important links to our website!
Interested in interning?
Based in Bristol, our small office team always welcome the opportunity to help students or ambitious career types of any age to gain valuable work experience while also supporting the work of Project Zulu. If you’d like to gain experience in the Project Zulu office then please send us your CV and a covering letter.
Open your doors to the Project Zulu Choir. Whilst the choir are on their UK tours we rely on the good will of families based in and around Bristol to welcome the choir into their family and make them feel safe and loved in their new home away from home. We are currently hosting families for our 2016 Tour. For information about our hosting experiences and how to apply see our 'Being a Host' Pack.
Project Zulu Events
Project Zulu have plenty of events throughout the year. Whether during our tours or in the lead up to them These events can only take place with help from volunteers. If you're an expert promoter or a dab hand at organising prior to an event or if you're a happy, smiley person wanting to support on an event day, we want to work with you! See our full list of events to get involved.
When the Project Zulu choir visit the UK it's all hands on deck for the duration of their visit. There is no such thing as too many volunteers! If we're visiting your area and you want to get involved by helping with tickets, organising costumes backstage, helping at meal times or generally lending a helping hand with the day-to-day tour activities then we'd love to hear from you.
To find out more about any of our volunteering opportunities, to sign up or to offer your own ideas it couldn't be easier. Just get in touch and the Project Zulu Team will support you all the way!