As India battles, a catastrophic second wave of COVID 19, the future of our country looks bleak. This is the time to come together and volunteer for those who need our help.
We, at Bhumi, have received a request from TN Government for volunteers to handle the requests that come to them through the Government’s 108 TN helpline number.
Millions of emergencies end in a loss of life because the needy cannot afford ambulance services. In order to remove the barriers of affordability that prevent the poorer sections of the state from accessing ambulance services, Tamil Nadu Govt runs the 108 helpline.
The 108 Emergency Ambulance Service is a 24×7 service, which anyone can avail by dialling the number 108 on their phone during the case of any emergency.
We need you, please come forward and support our government is this need of the hour. Sign up on the form below and we will connect with you to take things forward.
Please sign up only if you can meet all the commitment expectations mentioned below.
The training to take up this volunteering opportunity will be provided by the Government. Following the training, volunteers need to continue the work assigned to them that may include attending/making calls and assign ambulances accordingly.
No of volunteers: 50 for the first batch
Mode of volunteering: Virtual Only
No of days for the volunteer orientation training: 3 to 4 full days
No of days commitment post training: 20 days
No of hours commitment per day: 6 hours to 8 hours, work can extend up to 10 PM on any day.
Digital Equipment and Software: Government will provide laptop with relevant software installed to do the work and have to returned back post completion of the work after 20 days.