The Warriors Organization is looking for volunteers and interns in the Boston area!

TWO is in the midst of many projects. We have a team of dedicated volunteers that work with us but we are always looking for additional help—particularly in the Boston area. We are hoping to recruit a small team of volunteers and interns to work with us during the next academic year.

We are looking to recruit volunteers and interns in the following areas:

  • fundraising
  • web design
  • social media
  • photography
  • research (speech opportunities, grants, networking)
  • grant-writing
  • blogging 
  • event coordination
There are always variations on these opportunities and we are happy to speak with anyone who is interested in us and/or feels aligned with our mission.

Our ideal volunteers/interns:

  • have some knowledge/background in indigenous issues
  • have traveled/worked/lived/studied in Tanzania (though this is not a prerequisite)
  • are curious, self-directed, highly motivated, talented, sociable, kind, highly-skilled, and available
  • have leadership qualities and aren’t afraid to suggest an idea or spearhead a project
  •  know people in the non-profit/development world
  •  think creatively
  • are curious to learn more about the issues facing indigenous peoples and are passionate about working with those people to find solutions
  • are yes people!
Benefits of volunteering/interning with TWO are:
  • direct hands-on experience working with a growing non-profit organization 
  • experience with cross-cultural communication—volunteers and interns would be working closely with Isaya, our founder, as well as our other board members, who are located throughout the US, Israel, Tanzania, and England
  • opportunity for growth—we are interested in helping anyone who helps us expand their horizons and develop their portfolio/CV
  • opportunity to work with a dynamic team of dedicated volunteers skilled in diverse areas (community activism, writing, web design, social media, teaching, marketing, development, survival skills, animal husbandry, etc.)

We are looking to partner both with interested individuals and with institutions to offer volunteering and internship opportunities. To learn more about these opportunities please contact us at

For more information about the Warriors Organization, please visit our website or our facebook page. To get a feel for our projects, check out this video. We’re happy to meet with interested individuals, students, or coordinators at any time to discuss possibilities.

We look forward to hearing from you and we hope you will help us to spread the word!


summer is almost here

Summer is on its way and with it comes a host of opportunities to get involved with the Warriors Organization. We’ll be participating in a number of Cultural Survival Bazaars, starting on June 1st, in Amherst, MA, on the town commons. We’ll have a whole new batch of dazzling jewelry fastidiously made by a group of dedicated women in Isaya’s home village of Eluai, Tanzania. The selection is grand–much of it was acquired during our trip to Tanzania this past January. We also have a number of very good looking TWO t-shirts for sale. They would look very becoming on you (though not as good as the jewelry)! We’re looking forward to catching up with our supporters and meeting new friends during this Bazaar season. We’ve got a lot of projects currently in the works and look forward to sharing them with you. Come say hello!

*As always, if you feel so inclined, you can donate directly to us through our website AND, since we are now an official 501(c)3 non-profit, all donations are tax-deductible! Yippee!

The Warriors Organization is an official 501c3!

ImageAs of Friday, March 22, 2013, TWO is officially a 501(c)3 certified non-profit! We are absolutely thrilled to be legally vetted in this way and are incredibly thankful to all the folks that helped us with our application.

One of the many benefits of being an officially recognized non-profit organization is that all donations to us are tax-exempt. With Isaya running the Boston Marathon in less than a month, now is an excellent time to donate! We’re on our way to raising enough funds to build a preschool in Isaya’s village of Eluai, Tanzania. Your contribution will help to make a difference.

Thank you to all of our donors and volunteers! We couldn’t do this without you!