Open Volunteer Position: Story Editor

Team Info:

Karuna News -- IndiaThe intent behind is to amplify the voice of our collective compassion -- by featuring news of everyday people choosing love over fear. We feel that the acts of courageous kindness we're seeing all over the world will far outlive the virus, and if enough of us keep it front and center of our consciousness, it could well bring new possibilities for our future.


Volunteer Role:

Story Editor
Our global team of editors process all the incoming good news story suggestions, write a 1-paragraph summary for each, and publish it to the world. At a minimum, we ask all editors to publish at least 5 stories per week.


More Context:

This role requires proficient writing skills and interest in engaging more with content related to kindness. On average, it will require about 3-5 hours per week.


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Volunteer Reflections

imageJun 27: Kindful Kids: What Kids Need To See Grown-ups Do This week's 'Kindful Kids' newsletter is on What Kids Need to See Grown-ups Do. Take a look."It's not only children who grow. Parents do too. As much as we watch to see what our children do with...
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imageJun 24: Karuna News: Moral Rebels -- From Berlin To Barcelona! Newest issue of our newsletter is out!Hello friends. These days, history seems to be converging, all at once. Pandemic circumstances and innocent deaths entwined in systemic racism are shining...
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imageJun 24: Jolanda Van Den Berg: We Are Each Other. This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Jolanda Van Den Berg: We Are Each Other. Reflection questions: 25 years ago Jolanda ven den Berg moved from Holland to Peru with little money, no plan and a burning...
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imageJun 22: The Poet & The Scientist "My father has collected the most substantial body of fish-based Index of Biotic Integrity data for a watershed of its size anywhere in the world. This is an accomplishment he can claim. Though...
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