Volunteers are one of the largest resources of MACSA and also its main pillar. One way to help MACSA is to volunteer. A volunteer is a philanthropist responsible for doing something honorary related to MACSA.

The only difference between a volunteer and an official jobholder of MACSA is the lack of payment and salary.

For several reasons, MACSA needs volunteers:

  1. Like any other people-centered foundation, MACSA collects its social identity through its volunteers.
  2. Volunteers, by fulfilling the executive needs, extricate the Institute from recruiting and, consequently, spending an unnecessary cost.
  3. Our volunteers raise money for MACSA by doing activities like charity bazaars.
  4. After a while, each of the volunteers becomes an ambassador of MACSA, transmitting its messages and missions to the community.