What’s What: The American Heart Association (“AHA”) is committed to helping all communities access lifesaving news and information to help people live longer, healthier lives. The need for translated resources is more urgent than ever. If you have Spanish language and translating skills, you can help from wherever you are.
Amava Take: As America’s leading health-related nonprofit, the American Heart Association is well-acquainted with the research: meaningful activities mean happier, healthier lives. In these challenging times, AHA has taken the lead, providing people with virtual volunteerism opportunities like reviewing translated documents for Hispanic communities.
Question and Answers:
What does a volunteer reviewing translated Spanish documents do?
Volunteers who understand AHA’s mission and their emphasis on scientific accuracy and cultural sensitivity can help review professionally translated documents to help them quickly get this information to those who need it most.
What else can I do?
Participate in the AHA’s Show Us Your Good program. Trust us, it’s a heart warmer.
Special Requirements: Fluency and experience in translating written documents.
Setting it up: Qualified volunteers should contact email@example.com for more information.