THE SIRRI SAQTI FOUNDATION

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

Take Action, Change Lives

Become A Volunteer \ Member

"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."
Mahatma Gandhi

Benefits of Volunteering with TSSF

Experience Real-Life Stories

Working in the field exposes you to real-life stories that are both inspiring and eye-opening. These experiences deepen your understanding of societal issues and motivate you to continue contributing to positive change.

Build a Strong Network

Volunteering with TSSF connects you with like-minded individuals who share your passion for making a difference. Build lasting relationships and expand your network within a supportive and motivated community.

Grow Personally and Professionally

The challenges and rewards of volunteering foster personal growth and development. You’ll gain confidence, empathy, and leadership skills that benefit you in all aspects of life.

Earn a Certificate

Get a certificate for your volunteering efforts in impactful events, recognizing your dedication and contributions to the community. This certificate can be a valuable addition to your professional portfolio.

Hear from Our Volunteers & Members

Testimonials

Volunteering at TSSF has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Especially during the breakfast distribution at Park Circus railway station, seeing the kids' eyes light up as they receive their packets has humbled me and made me value my blessings.
Ant Aiman Ashrafi
Becoming a member of The Sirri Saqti Foundation gave me a sense of pride and identity. It helped me reframe my thinking around some of the challenging issues the world is facing. It also helped rebuild my self-confidence, and I learned that "the more we give, the happier we feel."
Ant Raafay Ahmed
As a volunteer, I have learned many things. Volunteering at the registration desk during the Spiritual Training Program helped me manage the registration department at my college event. TSSF provides a platform to learn and improve, which helps us in our personal lives as well.
Ant Afroz Khaton