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Volunteer blog & social media submission form

Veterinarians Without Borders Volunteer Social Media & Blog Submission Form


As part of our volunteer program, we encourage all VWB/VSF volunteers to share their experiences via our social media channels and blog platform. Once submitted, we can share your experiences on our social media channels and other VWB/VSF materials (blogs, newsletters, etc.), to highlight the incredible impact of our volunteers and partners around the globe!
NOTE: You do not have to fill out both sections. If you have some great photos, we'd recommend completing the social media form. If you have volunteering highlights or stories about your experiences, we recommend completing a blog submission form.

SOCIAL MEDIA FORM

Please complete the following fields to create a social media post. It will take approximately 3-5 minutes.

Name

Email

Upload photos

In 3-5 sentences, what is happening in these photos? (where are you, who are you with, why is this image important?)


BLOG SUBMISSION FORM

Please complete the following to submit a blog idea. It will take approximately 5-10 minutes.

Name

Email

Country of volunteer placement

Date you started your volunteer placement

What have been some highlights of your volunteer experience? (2-5 bullet points)

What are some key learnings from your volunteer experience?

What has surprised you?

Do you have a favourite volunteering memory?

Anything else you want to share about your experience?

Upload any photos from your placement to include with your blog:

Tell us a bit about the photo(s). (photo location, names of individuals, etc)

Thank you for your continued support!

Questions? Reach out to volunteers@vetswithoutborders.ca and we'll get back to you ASAP.

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    - Joseph Ansong-Danquah

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