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Meaningful and flexible part-time job - become a fundraiser

No, you don't have to be a doctor to work with us. We are seeking more colleagues for what might be the most rewarding part-time job of all time. Do you dare to challenge others and yourself? As a fundraiser, you become part of the team that recruits new regular donors so that we can continue to provide life-saving healthcare where the needs are greatest. Perhaps this is you?

All our fundraisers are employed by Doctors Without Borders and receive a fixed salary instead of commission. Naturally, you will receive proper training to provide you with the best conditions for doing a good job.

What is it like to work as a fundraiser?

  • As a fundraiser, I have learned that my contribution to the financial foundation is essential for Doctors Without Borders to work independently and provide assistance where the need is greatest. The job also challenges me to become better at understanding people and helps develop my communication skills.

    Ann Katrin Øverland


In connection with the NRK TV-Aksjonen, P3 wrote an article on what it is like to work as a fundraiser for Doctors Without Borders. Press the button below to read the case.

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