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Given the current Ebola Crisis volunteers are more important than ever whether the choice is to become an ABC4All Mentor via ABC4All Global Mentoring TEAM Project  or to volunteer in another capacity.  

NOTE:  There are presently 1100 ABC4All Mentors in 121 countries with only 9 African countries yet to have at least 1 ABC4All Mentor signed on at TIGweb.org.  Over 160 ABC4All Mentors have joined from Cameroon and Nigeria each!

Below are some of the many possibilities for consideration.  Others are available or you can share your particular interest.

Living Logo Image graciously created for ABC4All by Harry Evry

ABC4All is facilitating Global Humanitarian Relief.

As an entirely grassroots organization operating without funding, volunteers can offer WHATEVER IT IS YOU WANT TO CONTRIBUTE!

Tell us your ideas!

Through TakingITGlobal ABC4All Global Mentoring TEAM Project, there are ABC4All Mentors in 121 countries to date with Local ABC4All efforts in 11  countries with more on the way!

Below are volunteer opportunities. 

Please contact us at abc4allteam (at) abc4all (dot) net or via Skype at abc4allteam or by phone at 1-310-712-5477.

Thank you for considering ABC4All!

Burton Danet, Ph.D.


Concert Series anywhere in the world to raise funds for Ebola Relief.

An upcoming 2-day Telethon broadcast to 145 countries.

A fundraising concert for Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum in Compton, CA USA on 12/12/14.

Social Media exposure.

Authority Website Development

Pro bono work.

Many other possibilities - talk to us!


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