Help Family Outreach Ministries with 5 volunteers for more than 8 hours for Digital Marketing services for Google AdWords

-1, Gauteng

  • Family Outreach Ministries

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  • 16 August 2017
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Help Family Outreach Ministries with 5 volunteers for more than 8 hours for Digital Marketing services for Google AdWords

Need Background

There is no mistaking it—drug abuse is a planetwide epidemic.
If you or someone you know is caught in the grip of addiction, you are no doubt living in your own personal nightmare.

At Family Outreach Ministries, we do not believe an addict is an addict for life. We do not believe addiction is an incurable disease.

We believe a person trapped in the dwindling spiral of substance abuse can take their life back and live drug free. How do we do it? We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ can set you free.

We are one of the most affordable faith based drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers in South Africa. Our program is 100% based on the Word of God. We are NOT here to become millionaires, but to save the people that are lost and bound to addiction.

Family Outreach Ministries was established in August 2001 with the idea of helping people with a substance dependency problem through the power of Jesus Christ. It was started by the Dry family and is currently run by Pastor Eddie Dry and his wife Pastor Ina Dry.

We are situated 50Km north of Graaff-Reinet, Eastern Cape on the N9. We bought an old roadside motel and converted into a drug and alcohol rehab centre. It is an inpatient program based on the word of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is the most amazing feeling, seeing someone turn away from that lifestyle of substance abuse.

Not everyone can be saved. We do endeavour to help as many as we can. And maybe one day the seed we have planted in the hearts of those that do stumble and fall, will germinate and take root in their lives. And they too will be set free.

We feel that 21 days is not long enough to get your life in order. We believe; the longer, the stronger! We run a 24 week program, and still charge less than most 21 day programs. More expensive doesn't mean better results. We also don't believe in the 12 step program but rather in our Lord Jesus Christ. (John.8:36 - "So if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed.")

Most of the senior management themselves went through the trouble of addiction and has been clean and sober for many years. And through our life experiences we can minister and counsel them and show them it can be done and we can make a success out of our lives.

They know that our door is always open for them. If they need to break away from the stresses of everyday life, they are more than welcome to come and visit us at any time. They can even just pick up the phone if they just need some advice or a little bit of counselling.


Lenny volunteers I am wiling to volunteer for digital marketing
1 day(s) ago

I am wiling to volunteer for digital marketing

Siphesihle volunteers I have done MBA studies and I would be available to assist with regards to research and marketing.
3 day(s) ago

I have done MBA studies and I would be available to assist with regards to research and marketing.

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  2. When meeting one of your contacts offline for the first time, always be sure to arrange to meet in a public place.
  3. Make sure that you are not left alone with someone that you have never met before.
  4. Know where you’re going. If you’re headed off the beaten track or into an unfamiliar part of town, be sure you have directions and a GPS or map book.
  5. If you feel unsafe, consult the person in charge and let him or her know.
  6. Avoid wearing expensive jewellery: it could get damaged, lost or stolen.
  7. Ask, ask, ask! If you’re worried about something or concerned about your safety in a certain situation, ask the person in charge.
  8. Look out for hazards. Every job has its hazards—even jobs you don’t get paid to perform. For example, if you’re volunteering at an animal shelter, be sure to ask whether the animals are likely to bite and how to avoid it.

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  3. Be sure you have the telephone number of your contact handy when you head out to volunteer.
  4. Make sure you’ve organised a good meeting spot and have accurate directions.

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  1. You probably have some fantastic skills that our causes can really make use of.
  2. Use the skills of your profession to help causes in need. A designer can help to design posters or signage for a cause; a teacher can help to tutor children, and a plumber can help fix taps.
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  4. Use volunteering as an opportunity to enhance your skills. Interested in writing? Perhaps you can help an animal shelter with their weekly newsletter.
  5. All skills are useful. Perhaps you’re great at organising and can help a charity with a spring clean. Or perhaps you’re a great storyteller and can read stories once per month at an orphanage.
  6. Avoid volunteering activities that don’t suit your strengths. If you’re not good with children, don’t volunteer to help out at a school.

About this Cause

Family Outreach Ministries

We help men and women with substance dependency problem by the using the Word of God.

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