Complete the form below or download a doc which you can print, complete and send back to us.
We’ll review your application and let you know if you’ve been accepted.
Please add your physical address details below.
Add your contact details below.
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If you're staying for 3 months or more, we need a reference from your pastor, a mentor and a friend.
Note: for volunteers staying longer than 3 months, we will send additional forms for reference purposes.
List one or two contact persons we can contact in case of emergency.
Please upload an image copy of your ID or passport.
If you're South African, a copy of your ID will suffice.
If you're from another country, please supply a copy of your passport.
I understand that Joshua Project is responsible for the welfare of any person or persons entrusted to my care, and thus I will cooperate fully with the staff in the fulfilment of my duties and, in my role as a volunteer. I will keep all personal information I encounter confidential. If at any time I find that for any reason I am unable to support the policies, code of conduct, values or statement of faith of Joshua Project, I will gracefully resign my volunteer position.
I hereby certify that the statements made by me in this application are true and complete to the best of my knowledge.
I give my permission for Joshua Project to contact the references provided by me.
I understand and agree that a false statement may disqualify or dismiss me from volunteer service.
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