Get Involved

This is a worldwide network of volunteers and donors who help make Gangaji's message of peace available. At this time, as Gangaji and the staff work from home during the pandemic, there are fewer volunteer opportunities available. However, we welcome and appreciate your participation and will find ways that you can help. We are currently developing new roles in web support and IT. Tell us about yourself, your interests and skills, using the form below. Once we receive the form, we'll contact you about how you can get started.

Your Information
Areas of Interest
Your Skills
Your Experience
Please check any of the following areas that you would like to volunteer in:
Volunteer as a transcriber
Volunteer in the Prison Program
Web or Design Help (experience required)
Video Editing (experience required)
IT Work (coding, data entry, analytics) (experience required)
Let us know any skills and abilities you might have to offer:
Web Design
Video Editing
IT Work (coding, QA, data analysis)
For design and technical skills, let us know some details, such as a link to your website or portfolio, or software you are proficient in.
The extra information on this page is optional to fill out, and you don't have to have experience with Gangaji and her teaching to be accepted into our volunteer program.
Have you ever volunteered for the Gangaji Foundation before? If so, please provide details.

What is your experience with this teaching and with Gangaji? (Please include when you first met Gangaji or came in contact with this teaching.)
Tell us anything else you would like us to know
Help Wanted​
  • Transcribe Gangaji's meetings
  • Prison Program Correspondent
  • Host an online video group
  • Help with Graphics
  • Social Media
  • Editing/Proofreading
  • Web or General Design Help
  • SEO, Marketing, Social Media
  • Content Creation
  • Video Editing
  • IT Work (coding, data entry, analytics)

“I can’t imagine a better way to serve. It is such a privilege. I love Gangaji’s teaching, and I want to enable as many people as possible to see and hear her for years to come. I feel that I am standing behind Gangaji, putting my resources into her use of her words.” – Melissa Fischer, Office Volunteer (above)