Our work is based on using social networks in order to:
1- Recruit volunteers.
2- Raise donations.
3- Launch urgent help calls for medical and humanitarian conditions that require rapid intervention either financially or on the ground.
4- Publish updates about our projects, initiatives, and latest developments related to urgent help calls and volunteer achievements.
All the above is done via:
1- Iraq Builders volunteers general group on Facebook. (Link)
This group represents the backyard for our team in which we discuss projects and initiatives, publish announcements about on-site action (such as the time and place of our missions), and recruit new volunteers.
Iraq Builders team – Nassireyiah branch – group on Facebook. (Link)
Iraq builders team – Ammarah branch – group on facebook. (Link)
Iraq builders team – Najaf branch – group on facebook. (Link)
2- We have additional sub-groups/admin accounts (on Facebook) divided according by role, such as:
– Logistics team group (Link)
– Medical team group (Link)
We recruit medical professionals to volunteer within this team via Google Document, which we constantly update via our social media channels.
Medical team volunteer form (Link)
– Media team admin (Link)
– Media team group (Link)
– Engineer team admin (Link)
3- Iraq Builders core team group on Facebook (Link)
This group represents the administrative council/committee in that outlines major issues and where starting projects and budgets are discussed.
4- Iraq Builders page on Facebook (Link)
5- Iraq Builders on Twitter (Link)
7- Iraq Builders on Instagram (Link)
8- Iraq Builders smartphone application is also under process and in search for sponsors to fund the cost of production.
Real Life Part
Al-Ta’awn Charity Society is considered the incubator for Iraq Builders team that work hand in hand with its staff to carry out our mission.
Our mutual working relationship is represented by:
1- Using the Society’s headquarters building as the location for team meetings and activities, as well as receiving and storing food/clothes/furniture donations.
2- Using the Society’s vehicles and equipment by the volunteers carry out projects.
3- Using the Society’s bank account to receive online/overseas donations.
4- Using the Society’s accounting system to receive and organize donations (inside Iraq).
5- Using the Society’s database and network to identify and reach out to our beneficiaries (marginalized groups within our community).