The Ambassador Program

Spreading Our Mission and Message

Be a catalyst—a Share and Care Foundation® Ambassador—and help to spread our mission and vision. Inspire your friends, family members, colleagues and neighbors to support the effort in your neighborhood, at your convenience.

How It Works

  1. Commit to be a Share and Care Foundation Ambassador for one calendar year.
  2. Each of our programs has one dedicated Ambassador, choose an available program that speaks to your heart.
  3. Create a marketing plan to raise $10,000 in one year toward your project (e.g., music party, dinner/dance, man a booth at a local event, Christmas/Diwali get together, etc.).
  4. Raise $10,000!

Young Professional Committee

Share & Care Foundation’s Young Professional Committee (YPC) is a group of enterprising, talented, and ambitious individuals who work together to serve as catalysts for change, - locally and internationally. As a member of YPC, you will join our mission of empowering marginalized and impoverished individuals in India with the essential human rights of education, healthcare, and gender equality. You will help us raise awareness of society’s deeply entrenched problems, and engage others to become supporters of these social causes.

We invite YOU to the join the committee, where you will play a key role in the growth of the organization and help us to impact thousands of lives every year.


You name it, we do it! With limited administrative costs and an army of active volunteers behind us, Share and Care® delivers.

However, even with our committee member’s efforts we could not succeed without the indomitable force of unseen humanitarians who offer their skills and time to work out of their homes or at our offices. Here are a just a few of the things we need help with on a regular basis:

  • Fundraisers
  • Program Monitoring
  • Mailing
  • Copywriting
  • Media Relations
  • Graphic Design and Artwork
  • Digitizing photos and files


Please contact Tejal Parekh at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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