:VOLUNTEER WITH HWB
Volunteers are the heartbeat of Herbalists Without Borders.
Herbalists Without Borders is an international network of herbalists, traditional healers, complementary alternative medicine (CAM) practitioners, botanical medicine product makers, botanical trades people, herb farmers, gardeners, ecologists, students, humanitarian aid workers & others who are interested in the vital roles of plants in primary health and wellness, sustainable agriculture, trade, botanical traditions, and ecological preservation.
Herbalists Without Borders organizes unique herbal, health & wellness projects. We invite you to learn more about each and join our efforts. Special project coordinators offer support and suggestions with a similar project you're hoping to organize.
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:VOLUNTEER WITH HWB INT'L CORE
Wisconsin HWB Office On-Site Intern: Open. Our main office also packages, blends, labels, sorts, inventories, boxes, & ships packages to free clinics and for disaster relief. We need someone who can visit our Verona, WI location an hour or two a week or a few hours a month to help. There is a lot to learn about herbalism and humanitarian aid through this position.
Educational Resources Coordinator: Open. Help us find educational resources and post items and information that might benefit our members, clinics, and projects.
Membership Feature Blogger: Open. Help write for our blog!
Donation Writing Support: Additional support needed. Help us identify needs and write to businesses for donations of products or funds.
Grant Writing Support: Open. Help us apply for grants for HWB International or our projects around the globe.
Podcast & Webinar Production Team: Additional support needed! Denise & Carrie Ann are producing a podcast series - we could use additional support in identifying and scheduling interviews/guests, proofing scripts, supporting our editing and publishing process, etc.
Interested in volunteering with our international core group? Even an hour or two a month can make a difference. Email Denise email@example.com
Visit our special project pages below to find out more about it and any volunteer opportunities. We work to enable local and regional Chapters to support their own communities, but at times people may request additional support - following disasters or if they are unable to organize local support. If you are already planning on visiting an area that has free people's clinics or project ongoing, please contact the office and we can put you in touch with the local coordinator.
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