Deeper Missions is a young and vibrant, all-volunteer organization so there are many ways you can get involved. From short-term, specialty tasks to longer-term position-specific activities abroad, there is something for everyone who has a heart for serving some of the most challenged communities in the world.
- -- Volunteer with us at events and conferences
- -- Web design and administration (Virtual)
- -- Guest blogger/researcher
Volunteer Positions/Responsibilities in the USA (some Virtual)
- -- WordPress web designer and/or administrator (Virtual)
- -- Accountant (DC Area)
- -- Bookkeeper (DC Area)
- -- Newsletter Editor (Virtual)
Board Members (Global/Virtual)
- -- Depending on expertise, we have various openings on the Deeper Missions Board of Directors
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page. We look forward to your joining us on a deeper journey!
Countdown to Kenya – Part II
January 24, 2015
Ross and I are pleased to see the details and arrangements are falling into place and we are getting excited to get this trip started. We (Kim Hanson is joining Read More
2014 Volunteer of the Year Announced!
January 22, 2015
Congratulations to Kim Hanson who was selected as Deeper Missions Volunteer of the Year for 2014! Kim moved from Rhode Island and started volunteering with Deeper Missions in 2013. She brought Read More
Welcome our new Board President
January 22, 2015
At the first quarterly meeting of 2015 the leadership of the Deeper Missions Board of Directors passed to Ross Meglathery (second from the left in this photo taken at last Read More
As you know, many of the statistics from Africa, and West Africa where Deeper Missions currently serves, are staggering:
- -- 69% of Sub-Saharan Africa population is without access to improved sanitation
- -- Every year, food and water tainted with fecal matter cause up to 2.5 billion cases of diarrhea among children under five, resulting in 1.5 million child deaths
- -- 66% of the Sub-Saharan Africa population live without access to electricity
- -- 55% of new connections will need be off-grid in order to reach universal access by 2030
- -- Only 61% of the population in sub-Saharan Africa have improved sources of drinking water
- -- Women and girls are the most affected by the disparities in access; they are most likely to be the main water carriers for families
Deeper Missions projects serve to help break the cycle by introducing sustainable, repeatable clean technology projects for communities to heal, increasing their chances at thriving.