Invite friends or family over to screen our new documentary film, Blessed Fruit of the Womb. For more information, click here.
Host an event where people are encouraged to sell something, with all proceeds going to WINGS. Examples include neighborhood garage sale, book sale, or bake sale.
Have people or businesses donate items to auction/raffle off, with all proceeds going to WINGS.
Invite people to participate in a competition where they have the opportunity to win a prize and with most or all entrance fees going to WINGS. Possible competitions include a golf tournament, karaoke competition, tennis tournament, poker night, bingo, quiz or trivia.
Invite people to ask their friends and family to sponsor them to do something out of the ordinary, with all proceeds going towards WINGS. Possible sponsored events include yoga/cycle/run/walkathon, a poker night, day of street cleaning, or theater.
Find local entertainers willing to put on a show at no cost or at a discounted price, with all or a portion of entrance fees going to WINGS. Ideas include musical performances, a comedy show, etc.
WINGS occasionally needs interns or volunteers to assist with administration and fundraising at our main office in Antigua. WINGS generally does not offer any compensation to volunteers or interns. We do, however, provide the opportunity to work alongside our committed, energetic staff, and to learn about our programs. We will also provide letters of reference to interns who contribute at least one month of service.
Because of the sensitive nature of our programs, and the trust that is required for our Educators to be effective in the targeted communities, we do not offer field-based volunteer positions. However, you can still make a huge impact as a volunteer by helping out our busy office and providing us with any skills that you have! We also offer summer internships for Masters of Public Health (MPH) students who have skills in program monitoring and evaluation. If you would like to further discuss volunteering at WINGS and find out where we can most utilize your skills, please send an e-mail with your résumé attached to firstname.lastname@example.org or periodically check back on our website for new opportunities.
You are very welcome to visit our clinic in Antigua on a walk-in basis. Our priority is to serve the low-income, rural and indigenous population in Guatemala, but we also offer reproductive health information and services to the general public, asking for a donation which helps us support our work. We offer a professional and personalized service and we have English speakers on staff to make sure you feel comfortable if you’re brushing up on your Spanish while in Antigua.
Please see below for the list of services we offer as well as suggested donations.