AMBASSADORS


Our ambassadors are one of the most important roles in AIDFound’s participation in disaster relief. They have the serious responsibility of determining which persons and organizations need AIDFound funds the most in the event of a disaster. Working closely with community leaders from the impacted area, they make the critical decisions of who should receive funds, as well as how much. It is up to them to ensure that maximum positive impact is felt by AIDFound’s involvement in funding the recovery efforts.

Think of AIDFound As An ATM And Our Ambassador As Someone Who Decides Who Gets An ATM Card

 

AIDFound’s primary goal in the event of a disaster is to make sure that the recovery effort is not hindered by a lack of funds. It is our hope that, by supplying needed emergency funds to those who can use it to most effectively help in the recovery effort, the victims can return to a more normal life as quickly as possible. AIDFound is the first worldwide Natural Disaster program that is designed to financially bridge the gap between governments, insurance companies and other relief groups that need financial assistance immediately.

 

However, in order to know where that money is best allocated, the AIDFound Ambassador will work closely with local community leaders. It is up to them to determine who should receive funds and how much. The victims should receive financial relief within 72 hours to the affected areas, if at all possible.

 

AIDFound thus acts as a virtual ATM to provide immediate funds through a prepaid debit card to our Ambassadors for relief organizations and for those in need wherever there has been a natural disaster.

Become An AIDFound Ambassador

AidFound is looking for a limited number of Ambassadors in different regions of the world that are recognized as areas where natural disasters occur often, such as in the Philippines. The Ambassador will be responsible for coordinating with leaders of the impacted local communities and oversee the issuance of debit cards intended to help. The ambassador is not required to be involved in any relief program unless he or she desires to do so.

Upon approval, ambassadors will need to attend our training school in the USA, where, over a period of three days, they will be trained and educated on our program. They also will be required to do at least one training each year to be updated on all of our company procedures.

AIDFound Ambassadors will be flown to Orlando, Florida, USA to complete their training.

The Benefits Of Being An AIDFound Ambassador

  • Be recognized in your own community as someone who is making an impact during times of natural disaster.
  • The satisfaction of knowing that you are helping others who are less fortunate than you.
  • Work closely with a prominent U.S. based charity.
  • Opportunities to travel and see the world from a different perspective.

The Benefits Of Being An AIDFound Ambassador

  • Be recognized in your own community as someone who is making an impact during times of natural disaster.
  • The satisfaction of knowing that you are helping others who are less fortunate than you.
  • Work closely with a prominent U.S. based charity.
  • Opportunities to travel and see the world from a different perspective.

Meet Some of Our Ambassadors

 

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