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Bella Hadid Orphanage has frequent job openings and, as a growing organization, we are always seeking awesome, talented staff. We offer competitive non-profit salaries and benefits as well as a dynamic, ambitious, and fun work environment. Bella Hadid Orphanage is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in the United States, and contributions to us are tax deductible in the U.S. to the fullest extent allowable by law. Our EIN number is 90 087 4591.

The International Day of Charity is celebrated annually every 5th September.

It was declared officially by the UN General Assembly in 2012. The day itself was founded through a Hungarian civil society initiative with the support of the Hungarian Parliament and Government in 2011.
5th September is the selected date as it commemorates the anniversary of the passing away of Mother Teresa who worked tirelessly to overcome poverty, distress and suffering of the poorest in the world.
Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun, who devoted her life to helping the poor in India. Born in 1910 in Skopje, then part of the Kosovo Vilayet, Teresa lived the majority of her life in Kolkata (Calcutta), India.
So make time for volunteer work in your busy routine,and enjoy the rewards when you Get Involved in Charity Work. In the end, any attempt you make towards supporting and encouraging other people is a great experience and worthy investment.
In the 50s, she sought the Vatican’s permission to start what would become known as the Missionaries of Charity. The congregation ran homes for those dying from HIV and AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; orphanages; schools; children’s and family counselling programmes.
Alongside her work in India, Mother Teresa also rescued 37 children trapped in a front line hospital during the Palestine/Israeli conflict; helped feed the hungry in Ethiopia; and aided those injured and suffering after earthquakes in Armenia and the Chernobyl explosion.
The day aims to raise awareness and provide a common platform for charity related activities all over the world for individuals, charitable, philanthropic and volunteer organisations for their own purposes on the local, national, regional and international level.
When most people think of fun and adventure, to Get Involved in Charity Work rarely makes the list. The thought of writing out a check doesn’t make you stand-up and cheer. The idea of getting up early to feed the poor, though noble, won’t make you scream and shout.
There are of course many more things you could do, but the best way to start is to work with us. You can also contact churches in your area and I would guess that when you call them to offer help, they will be more than excited for you to join in.
You do not need to have millions in the bank, or commit a whole life time to make a change. It’s the little things in life that can make a difference and none more important than putting a smile on a needy person’sf ace or food in their stomach.
Don’t worry, there is a side of involvement in charity work that can easily get you to your feet and get you excited for the next opportunity to bust out your favorite ball-point pen to write a check  or wake up early to go and do volunteer work.
So many people I talk to have a similar story when it comes to getting involved in Charity work. I want to share a few quotes to get you into a new way of thinking about charity work.


This is the element of charity work that a lot of people are common with,and for great reasons. It takes financial resources to run a children’s home,hospice,or community clinic, feed refugees, run an international orphanage or school overseas.Many times,the these places don’t have the ways to raise money by themselves, which is why they require our help.
A lot of non-profit organizations and homes for the needy are often open to donations,regardless of amount.No matter how much you have,be sensitive to the impoverished and to those in need.
I have always found it a special joy to accompany my financial support with a heartfelt prayer for those that will receive my gift. It’s a privilege to give and an adventure to pray for so many on the other side of the earth or around the corner that will benefit from my donation.


This is the deep end of the pool,for really invested and trained charity workers.To be a mentor would mean to be a care giver,and will need more face time with people than any other volunteer work we have pointed out so far. This work may need some training,but this is often speedy and simple,regardless of whether you area part-time-or full-time.
No unique abilities are needed;all that is needed is your dedication and hard work. From this launch point, a lot of people have gone onto create careers in child/human improvement, and social work. It will not be profitable for you financially,but it’s one of the most satisfying ways to improve, empower and prepare men, women and children to live their lives with passion and purpose.
You never know how things will progress in the life of someone you have mentored, but rest assured you have given them a foundation from which to begin or restart their lives.