I have first-hand knowledge of the services being provided by Khadarlis in Sierra Leone and I sincerely urge individuals, corporations and others to please give generously of your time and donation to this worthy organization. Thank you.
Khadarlis for Sierra Leone is a Non Profit seeking to better the lives of individuals in the surrounding community and most importantly, its global community. They provide excellent resources for the local community to get work done and seek NEW employment opportunities with their new computer resource center. Internationally, they work tirelessly throughout Sierra Leone, Africa, providing food, clothing, toys, shelter, education, and clean renewable energy sources. Since the Co-founder is from Sierra Leone they demonstrate a "hands on" approach to their cause so you know every penny fun-raised goes to helping support theses efforts. What is unique about khadarlis is as volunteer for Khadarlis, you are completely free to work on any fundraising project you desire for any country you would like to help. You are given the tools, resources and knowledge to help you along the way. By having this approach, you are exposed to a number of different areas, people and and knowledge thereby gaining a hands on or "real world" experience that is priceless and attractive to any employer that you want to work for in the future. As a volunteer, I was able learn new fundraising techniques, understand how to manage a team, and build working relationships with people throughout Rhode Island. I have built a strong relationship with its founders and co founders as well and I can honestly say that they are the most dedicated and passionate people I have ever met in my life.
As a student of Bryant University, volunteering at any organization for just 10 minutes would have been just a thing to put on a resume and nothing more. That is until I came across Khadarlis For Sierra Leone. Volunteering for Khadarlis for Sierra Leone has really been an eye opening, emotional journey for me spiritually and emotionally. What stood out so much so much was Khadarlis' culture. It deeply instills reciprocity, dedication, and perseverance not only to it's volunteers but it's surrounding community as well. Through volunteering for Khadarlis, I was able to learn multiple skills sets, meet new connections, and at the same time, make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. I can truly say that the 2 and half months that I volunteered for Khadarlis were one of the best times I have ever had.
I am a student at Bryant Universtiy. This semseter our management class required us to work with a non profit organization in Rhode Island that also had an international scope. Whne we first meet with Khadarlis we immediatly decided that we wanted to wrok with them. During the first meeting the founders of Khadarlis were very passionate about their work. Everytime we meet with the volunteers and founders of Khadarlis there was always a very frendly and hard working atmosphere. During the semester we became very close to the organization and really wnated to do our best to help them. Khadalis does many great thing for the community that surrounds them but has also done many grea thing in Sierra Leone and even Guatemala. Khadalris really inspired us to help people in nedd and that with time and effort we can make a big difference any where around the world. Khadarlis has also add more programs where they provide activities for children in the neighbourhood and has also help many people find new aprartments, jobs and basic necesities. Khadarlis has done a wonderful job in Rhopde Island, Sierra Leone and Guatemala and im sure they will continue to do many great things in the up coming years.
Khadarlis is a great non-profit to work for. I am a student from Bryant University who is working with Khadarlis for a management service learning project. My team and I have been helping Khadarlis through creating a Pen Pal System with an elementary school in Rhode Island, putting on a Halloween Program for children in the Providence area, getting donations from Staples to create care-packages for children participating in the Ninos del Lago summer camp in Guatemala, and also making a three year strategic plan. It has been an enriching experience working with Khadarlis. It feels great to help such an amazing organization that makes improvements in Sierra Leone and the Providence area. Working for Khadarlis has made me more comfortable talking to managers and contacting various places to try to get donations for this great organization. I was very excited when we created a Pen Pal connection that will last for years to come and will benefit many children. I have loved my experience working with Khadarlis for my service learning project and do not want this experience to end.
I am a sophomore at Bryant University and have been working with Khadarlis for our service learning project. From the start, everyone at Khadarlis was more than welcoming. Everyone was very enthusiastic and truly cared about the work that Khadarlis does. Right away, my service learning team and I were introduced to the Khadarlis community and learned how we could help. Over the past few months, Khadalris has helped us to achieve more than we ever thought we could. We helped organize and carry out a Halloween Program for children. We have set up a Pen Pal connection between an elementary school in Rhode Island and one in Sierra Leone. We have used various sources of social awareness, and have gained donations for care packages to be sent to Sierra Leone. Working with Khadarlis has been an amazing experience and iIhave learned and accomplished more that iIever thought iIwould. Khadarlis is an amazing organization and it has been wonderful working with them.
I am a student at Bryant University working with Khadarlis for a service learning project. Khadarlis not only helps out tremendously in Sierra Leone by providing help with the education, agriculture, and healthcare among other things but also in the Providence area. For our project, we have seen what Khadarlis does and are extremely impressed by how much they are able to accomplish. The outreach center in Providence itself provides a huge impact for those around it by serving as a place people can go for anything they need. I have learned that as long as you have the will to do something, it can be done and that is shown strongly with Khadarlis. We have learned as a group a lot from Khadarlis such as the importance of helping those who are less fortunate. It does not take a lot to make a difference in someones life and Khadarlis makes helping people look easy because of how good they are at it. I would definitely consider Khadarlis as the best non-profit because it is a small organization that is making a huge impact both in Sierra Leone and Providence. It has definitely taught our group a lot about the difference just a few people can make in others lives.
I know first hand the difference Khadarlis is making in the lives people in Sierra Leone and in the Providence, Rhose Island area. They are making things happen from nothing due to their dedication to helping the less fortunate among us. Khadarlis is well respected and admired by the communities/towns and villages they serve in Sierra Leone. Khadarlis is helping others help themselves. In the local communities that they serve in the United States they have earned respect and admiration for their work and dedication to Community service. I highly recommend Khadarlis. I have no doubt they are going to be one of the most respected, transparent and dedicated non-profits in their local community and the communities they serve in Sierra Leone, west Africa. Please donate your time, money and prayers for this worthy organization. Thank you.
My review here at Community Outreach Center is a great place to come they help out alot being here studying to get my cna was one of the things i did and they helped me pass my test and get a good grade on my project for my cna class i also came to do up a reasume for a job once again i recomend this center to everyone they are very helpful and local on bus line
Finding an organization that you can do community service with is a big issue when I was court ordered. Khadarlis made it easy to have access to do my time. They were professional, attentive and good people to work with.
Being poor is not a thing to take lightly, I need some social and human services and thanks to khadarlis their resource center had all the information I need to connect to the right agencies to help me. They even went above their call and made extra effort to make sure that me and my family needs were meet. Thanks to all the staff at khadarlis.
I had a 100 hours of community service to complete. I called Khadarlis and was told they will be happy to have me. Went there filled the application and was really amazed at the work they do, not only do they work here in Providenc. but also in Sierra Leone and Guatamala. I love the class room to classroom program. I think it is awesome.
Volunteering is good for the human spirit and soul. khadarlis makes volunteering easy, fun and very exciting. I love the feeling of belonging that khadarlis brings to the table.
I've volunteered for other non profits before but I can honestly say that Khadralis is the best non profit organization ever I've volunteered for. The staff at Khadarlis are honestly concerned about those they are trying to help which shows regularly through they're actions. They're compassionate and caring to those who may need their help and who may walk through their door. I've seen some of the work that Khadarlis has done over the years to help the less fortunate and those in need of assistance and the impact of the organization is obvious They've provided books to children who need them among other things. The people who run the organization are also very hospitable to volunteers as well. When I first decided to volunteer I was welcomed with open arms and immediately felt like part of the family. Volunteering for Khadarlis I feel like I really am making a difference in people's lives, including my own. When I come in to Khadarlis I'm always greeted with a smile by the staff. Volunteering for Khadalis is one of the best choices I've made in a very long time.
How do you say thank you to a bunch of people that gave you a chance when other organizations will not accept me for community service via courts. They showed me that they care and wanted to see me complete my service. I have since then completed my hours. I show up there every so often when time permits to help out. Cheeers.
Volunteering at khadarlis is challenging and fun at the same time. Kids can be a handful and being there just makes you appreciate the children and the staff who are all volunteers, I feel that these two women that founded the organization need some recognition and medal for all their hard work in our 02908 zip code.
A fabulous website. Deep gratitude to all at khadarlis. The only organization that I give donation to. You have helped us when we thought there was no one out there that cares. Million Thanks!!!
khadarlis is one of those rare organizations that is not yet well known internationally but is surprisingly solid in its mission, objectives, and staff composition. I've known the staff for more than 2 years and have had some humbling experiences during my trips to participate in some programmatic activities. Anyone who is able to interact with the staff or visit the recipients and their families in the impoverished regions in which khadarlis operates will undoubtedly fall in love with this little NGO known askhadarlis.
Khadarlis is one of the unique Organisation I have come across. Our organisation share the same vision with Khadarlis ,supporting children and young people in Sierra Leone etc.Their website is a masterpiece and with such achievement I can recommend them to any Organisation. They are raising the champions of tomorrow and helping children reach their full potential in life.Khadarlis has given us so much information in the past and always ready to help make a difference in the world. Thanks Bernice Langley
When I first walked in to khadarlis as a volunteer, little did I know it would be one of the most transformative experiences of my life. Serving people in the rural border regions of Sierra Leone and g survivors with an exceptional hard working staff. I learned so much from the community and the local staff both professionally and as a human being.