The Humanitarian Volunteer Network (HVN) is a global network of Christian social and development experts,
practitioners, and students committed to delivering psychosocial solutions to indigent children and families in nations in crisis and deprived communities around the world.

The aim of the network is to pool and utilize skills in Humanitarian Aid, Social work, Public service and other fields to achieve the goal of the InnerCity Mission for Children to reach indigent children and families globally.
As a member of the Humanitarian Volunteer Network, there are a plethora of opportunities available for you to volunteer with the InnerCity Mission for Children.
These include;

Online opportunities: where you can help expand the work of the InnerCity Mission right from your home by undertaking activities such as creative writing, social media publicity, fundraising using our gifting platform,, and more

Field opportunities: where you spend time carrying out intervention projects and programs for indigent children and families in your country or other countries and also working with the InnerCity Mission to respond to crisis and emergency situations through our Hope Relief Missions.
These opportunities also include specific assignments or activities using your skills, talents and professional expertise at the request of the InnerCity Mission.

As a child centered organization, child care and protection are at the center of our operations. As a volunteer, you would be required to read, understand, and sign off our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy which will be made available to you.

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On February 14th, Kobe and Esther of HVN UK Chapter went round their locality in Thamesmead giving homeless people gift packs which contained food, blankets, clothing, among other items. #LiveforLove
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Members of HVN Guyana Chapter visited the Amerindian's Hostel in Georgetown Guyana; a place for people who lacked basic daily needs and health facilities. Volunteers distributed clothes, plates, cups, other utensils, beverages, toiletries, snacks drinks e.t.c. which the people received with much joy and excitement.
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Susan Asanji of HVN Cameroon Chapter visited Petite Dan et Sarah foundation in her community, Soa in Yaoundé Cameroon. The foundation was recently set up to help children displaced by the crisis. She donated snacks, drinks, first aid box for emergencies, and some sand to complete their building.