Volunteering to organise music festivals around the world? Sign me up!

Could you find a cooler place to volunteer? The Moringa Tree offices are filled with awesome music buffs, creatives, volunteer obsessives and inspiring innovate people. Their offices in a church in Hackney are buzzing all day with new ideas flying around the room, chocolate and cake in abundance and exciting talk of festivals and fundraising adventures around the world.

The Moringa Tree was set up by Swatee, Chris and Tom last year and is already storming ahead from strength to strength. They have had festivals in Ghana and music events across London. Their aim is to organise music festivals in developing countries around the world, investing the profits into the local communities, whilst also promoting the arts and cultural exchange. And most importantly happiness and well-being for all.

I am currently helping out with various projects and just HAD to tell you all about what they were doing and ways you too can get involved.

Website Developer – they are currently looking for a website developer to help with a new website for their record label. Yes they have a record label. Helping bring new international stars into our conscience.

The Super Seed ChallengeFundraising isn’t all about cake sales and sponsored marathons at Moringa. The Super Seed Challenge is a Super fun fundraiser to help raise money for their festivals and projects. You get a magical Moringa Tree seed and start a creative trade-chain to see what the Moringa Tree seed can turn into.

The Drop – coming soon this crazy adventure sees you being dropped somewhere in Europe with no phone, money or map and having to find your way back to the UK. I definitely want to get involved in this one and lots more information on signing up will be coming soon.

There are loads of other ways you can get involved as a volunteer and they are always looking for new people to become a part of their team. Whether it is organising the festivals and other events, helping raise funds or designing their websites.

I know this organisation is going far and can’t wait to see it continue to develop.

Maybe see you at their next festival in Ghana in December??!!

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  1. Thanks so much Jen – was lovely having you in our office and you’re more than welcome to pop by and help anytime, especially if you bring Percy Pigs!

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